Poppy Kissy: Final Chapter is a free horror-themed, first-person adventure game for Android. This is another game based on the Steam sensation Poppy Playtime and a sequel to Poppy Horror: Chapter One. Both games rely heavily on Poppy Playtime’s logic puzzles, story elements and jump scares. You’ll have to avoid the new antagonist, Kissy, as you make your way through the old abandoned toy factory.
Poppy Kissy: Final Chapter doesn’t present many new concepts, but as far as knockoff Poppy Playtime games go, this isn’t an issue. If you’re looking for something with similar gameplay but less reliance on mainstream titles, try Death Park: Scary Clown Survival Horror Game, Evil Haunted Ghost Scary Cellar Horror Game or Mimicry: Online Horror Action for a multiplayer horror experience.
Poppy Kissy: Final Chapter features decent graphics for a freely downloadable Android game. Like Chapter One of the Poppy Horror saga, this new game doesn’t rely heavily on complex shaders or lighting engines. This means the game runs well on low-end Android devices.
You’ll experience the same bright colours as the first game, desaturated slightly to be less intrusive. Poppy Kissy: Final Chapter still occasionally feels like a knock-off though, thanks to texture maps and elements from other mainstream games, like Minecraft.
As with Poppy Horror: Chapter One, the gameplay elements of this game are easy to master. Poppy Kissy: Final Chapter uses the classic four-directional Android gaming layout with bonus buttons for extending the hands of your grab pack.
You’ll need to find door lock combinations to gain access to most areas. These are hidden in plain sight so they’re easier to find while you’re running from Huggy’s homicidal playmate, Kissy.
Like the game it’s based on, Final Chapter is a short game. You won’t experience hours of gameplay, but it’s fun nonetheless. We mentioned in the review of the previous game that you had to collect toys that the developer claimed would be useful when the second chapter launched. Even though it’s here, we have no concrete evidence to suggest collecting the toys served any purpose.
Still frightfully fun
When you’re dealing with so many knock-offs of mainstream games, it’s easy to lose sight of the game itself while comparing it to the inspiration. Poppy Kissy: Final Chapter doesn’t suffer from this phenomenon. The game works well on its own merit. Additionally, it runs well on Android 4.4 and up.