Tumbleweed Destiny Switch Review
In Tumbleweed Destiny, you are a tumbleweed that you tumble around a map, and that’s about it. There are a few things to do on this map, like running into cacti a few times to destroy them, but you mostly just speed a long. While you tumble, you earn TP, which you can use to augment things like unlocking auto-tumble, or increasing the TP earn rate.
In the above screen shoot, you see a rocket, which takes 7000 TP to blast off. I assume that’s your ultimate goal in Tumbleweed Destiny. You see the cactus. You also see the health bar of a monster that you can kill. You will also note the player list. Yes, this game is online if you so choose.
I don’t really understand why this game is online. Your interaction is limited to emojis. I guess they want you to work towards blasting off in the rocket, but nobody does. Instead you are just weeds tumbling around a spartan desert map hitting cacti. It is really not that engaging.
The marketing blurb goes:
Why do tumbleweeds tumble?
Where are the best tumbling fields?
What lies beyond the tumbled…?
“Hey, do you want to tumble with me?
The developers seem to think they made a philosophical game about tumbleweeds. They really just made a game when you roll around hitting cacti, If Tumbleweed Destiny sounds interesting to you, by all means tumble away. I just didn’t find it all that interesting.
Overall: Tumbleweed Destiny is a pretentious game where you roll about a map hitting cacti. It’s as boring as it sounds.