Hohokum is a surreal puzzle game for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and the PS Vita.
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Story & Themes
In Hohokum, the player controls the "Long Mover," a flying snakelike creature. There are several "worlds" in the game that the player can visit. Each has an objective, but there are no instructions and the player is encouraged to interact with and explore each setting. The levels can be done in any order.
The game is intended to be relaxing and interactive, rather than goal-oriented.
Every time you exit a world, it will be saved in the state that you left it.
Hohokum is not mechanically difficult to play. However, it is very hard to figure out the objective of each world. The game is meant to be enjoyed without necessarily achieving any objectives, and kids (especially young ones) may enjoy interacting with the worlds purely to see what happens. Objective-oriented kids, however, may become frustrated if they can't figure out what to do.
Violence There is no blood or gore in Hohokum. The game is rated as appropriate for ten and up due to "fantasy violence." Sometimes characters will throw things at you, and in another instance if you fly through an electric pulse the passengers on your back get shocked and fall off. There are no deaths, however. It is unlikely that kids of any age would find the game too violent; it is very removed from anything akin to realism.
Strong Language There is no inappropriate language in Hohokum. The ESRB has not defined what the "crude humor" in Hohokum is, but it is likely it revolves around a sludge factory present in one of the worlds.
There is no online community for Hohokum.
- Which world is your favorite?
- How did you figure out what to do here?
- What are the things you can do in this world?