What if all adults...vanished? What if teens and kids ruled the planet?
Back of the game box, KIDS

The logo for the game.
Developer(s) Icy Cold Gaming Industries
Publisher(s) Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft
Platform(s) Wii U, Playstation 4, XBox One
Release Date(s)
November 15th, 2015
Age Rating(s)
Genre(s) Action Adventure
Series KIDS
Predecessor None
Successor KIDS: The Sequel That Happens To Be A Prequel
Cost $59.99
"KIDS" is an action adventure game that came out on November 15, 2015. The game was developed by Icy Cold Gaming Industries, and published on the Wii UPlaystation 4, and the Xbox One, and given a Teen rating. The game also has more than one genre under it's belt, including free-roam, sandbox, and action adventure. The game focuses on a world hit by the apocylypse 2 years ago, yet all kids and teens seemed to survive. The heroes must practice survival skills as they try to outwit the "gangs" that await in the vast world.




The story starts out with our main children protagonists driving in an ice-cream truck in Unknown-Desert-Land. The males have all painted beards-oh, I'm sorry, STUBBLES-on their faces because all males must have stubbles in these action-adventure games. Jared, the leader of the gang, is throwing spiky baseballs out of the back, right into the path of a Jeep being driven by more kids. Jared tells the driver to "speed up," in which the driver couldn't hear because "action scenes like this have loud noises." Jared tells him to speed up once more, which the driver hears, and does what he said. One of the other kids, Lyn, throws a RC car with a cherry bomb under the Jeep, which explodes under it, causing the Jeep to flip over in the sand. Jared and the others escape, heading towards "Newer York City."


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