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You meet a sentient banana who commands you to obliterate everyone you meet in a journey of destruction. Play involves running, jumping, climbing, swinging, and sliding through the 2D levels, shooting at enemies. You can also use the environment to your advantage, such as frying pans that deflect bullets and barrels that can crush enemies or explode to deal maximum destruction. When you jump the game slows down to make shooting multiple enemies possible.
You steadily learn to use the level geometry and your guns to finesse your progress. The game constantly records the action and lets you turn it into gifs, letting you share your most outrageous and stylish kills with friends.
The result is a game that revels in the extreme, over-the-top deaths you dish out. There's a macabre enjoyment in experimenting with ever more creative and ambitious ways to destroy your enemies and look cool while you do it.
Our examiner, Ben Kendall, first checked My Friend Pedro 9 months ago. It was re-examined by Jo Robertson and updated 8 months ago.
The developer states that there's a great deal of blood and gore and bananas.
11+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Still, it's important for parents and guardians to consider the maturity required to process the game content. Precise aiming and movement are required, but the slow-motion feature gives you more time to think about your actions.