Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Crack & Serial Key

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Yooka & Laylee are back in a brand-new platform hybrid adventure. They must run, jump and roll their way through a series of challenging 2D levels, face a puzzling Overworld and rally the Royal Bee-tallion to take down Capital B and his Impossible Lair. * The overworld isn't just a hub toYooka & Laylee are back in a brand-new platform hybrid adventure. They must run, jump and roll their way through a series of challenging 2D levels, face a puzzling Overworld and rally the Royal Bee-tallion to take down Capital B and his Impossible Lair. * The overworld isn't just a hub to hop from level to level, it provides a whole separate gaming experience. Explore and unlock more 2D levels by completing objectives and puzzles, rescue Royal Bees and find collectibles. * Alternate Level States. Think you've got a level figured out? Try it in its alternate state! Flip switches in the overworld to create new landscapes. * Bee-at the Impossible Lair. Players are free to tackle Capital B's Impossible Lair at any time; however, they may find it too much of a challenge without the help of the Royal Bee Guards.… Expand
Download Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
6.8
Downloads 80
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Team17 / Playtonic Games
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Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair reviews ( 7 )

PietStok, Oct 14, 2019

DON'T believe the negative reviews (which are all posted by 1 guy with multiple accounts), 'cause it runs like a charm (60fps) and the only DLC is a tonic pack, which costs just $/?��4,- (and is 100% optional)!

Fredvdp, Oct 14, 2019

A fantastic platformer game with the best interactive overworld map I've seen in the genre since Donkey Kong Country 3. I love how the puzzles in the overworld allow you to create state changes to levels, altering them in very meaningful ways (e.g. throwing an ice bomb on a level to freeze all its water). The platforming itself is precise, with creative level design. The only downside to the levels is that it could stand to have more visual variety between worlds. Presentation is good. The game has great visuals and music. Some minor issues are an unskippable logo sequence at the start of the game, and the game displaying Xbox buttons when playing with a PS4 controller. Recommended for fans of the Donkey Kong Country series.

dib1313, Nov4, 2019

Wow! This game gets really close to be a real DKC (Snes style) successor. I definitely recommend this one! The exploration of the overworld is awesome and it have some good levels too. I wish only to suggest a few things for the next one: 1 - Make two playable characters like in real DKC (Diddy and Dixie) (For the next one I suggest some cliche like Laylee was kidnapped and Yooka and his cousin will search for her) 2 - Implement an way to exit the level that you already have finished without losing the Trowzer coins 3 - Design the level to have only one checkpoint (several checkpoints like Rayman origins style is getting boring) 4 - Instead of 5 generic Trowzer coins in each level, put only two Trowzer coins per level with bonus level challenge to acquire each one (DKC style again) 5 - Include some boss levels in the overworld (the player have to beat the boss to gain access to new area, no more paywalls) 6 - Include a secret world where you have spend the Trowzer coins to play new levels (paywalls only in the secret world) 7 - Put a single special coin in each level (like a DKC coin in DKC2 and DKC3). Make it an extra... maybe an 4th slot reward only. Follow those steps and your game will be the GOTY

Denvers, Mar 29, 2020

After hearing all of the good things about Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair, I was thrilled! I couldn't find much negative feedback, and after some time, I decided to try the game for myself. I have never been so polarized on a review - on one hand, the levels are very well crafted ad the tonics make for a very interesting mechanic, but on the other, the controls don't feel great and exploration seems to be a mixed bag. The game actively encourages exploration while it punishes it at the same time. Most of the secrets/puzzles to find secrets are really easy, and when I'm looking in obscurer areas for secrets, there aren't any. In addition to that, after just dying a few times on a level trying to get to what was seemingly a secret, the game told me it would skip a part of the level for me if I needed it. This is supposed to be a tough game, so after a few deaths, why would it offer to help me so soon? I want to give this game a 5 because I feel so strongly about liking it and disliking it, but the game is cute and innovative, so I'll give it the benefit of the doubt.

GermanGarmendio, Oct 10, 2019

This is a good game! Really! But a generic one..... The music and the graphics are okay..... Nothing more to say.... A generic platformer game with some things good and some things bad.

jakkaof86, Apr 18, 2020

This game has some good ideas. But compared to Mario or Donkey Kong (the games it is clearly inspired by) it just feels so slow. So many of the levels have you riding or waiting for slow moving platforms.Ans dont even get me started on the tedium that is the Impossible Lair. An overly long level that is just gotcha moments rather than relying or testing the skills you learned through the game.

popocho, Apr 14, 2020

I tried this game after all the good things that I heard about it. And I found that is unplayable with a keyboard. I can't understand how such a basic feature like this could be absent in a PC game nowadays, No rebinding, missing key elements that couldn't be activated without a controller. Just awful