FourFour Two: What the kids really want
4 FourTwo: What do the kids want?
The answers might surprise you.
Read more The game features four children’s themes that you can choose to play, and they are all tied to a theme in which you must collect the four remaining loko.
The kids can also use loko to play games and interact with each other, as well as with each of the four adults.
Each theme is unlocked as you progress through the game.
The game is divided into four main sections.
There is a single game mode where you play against yourself, or a team of AI bots, in which all players play against one another in a three-on-three game.
There are also four multiplayer modes, which are played against other players on the same server.
The games are designed to be fun for all ages.
The first section is called ‘The Family’, and you are a child playing with your friends.
In this section, you can interact with other children, including your own siblings, and with other people.
These can be any of the children’s parents, or they can be your own grandparents.
There’s also an interactive map to help you plan the best routes to explore.
The next section is ‘The Library’, which is a great place to try out the game, or explore other aspects of the game for the first time.
The Library is also your base for exploring other areas of the farm.
You can also go on quests for rewards, and earn items from them.
There isn’t a tutorial for this section.
There’s also a ‘The School’ section, where you can play a different version of the same game with other friends.
You have the option to play against the AI bots on your own, or with other kids.
In the ‘School’ section of the Library, you’ll also be able to earn prizes from the other kids, including loko and the title ‘The Bigger Picture’.
The final section is the ‘Cars’ section.
In here, you’re a car mechanic, and you have to repair other cars.
There aren’t any tutorials for this, but you’ll have to be creative and make some fun decisions.
In the Cars section, there’s also the ability to create your own cars, and share them with the other players.
This is where you’ll find the ability for kids to take part in car racing.
The only limitation of the Kids section is that it only works with one of the child’s parents.
This means that you have the freedom to choose your own parents, and your own children, and this will determine which themes you can unlock.