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|Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves|
|Publisher(s)||Sony Computer Entertainment Europe|
|Release date|| PlayStation Store (PlayStation Plus)|
EU 8 December 2010
NA December 14, 2010
EU 15 December 2010
|Input methods||PlayStation Move, Gamepad|
The gameplay is mostly the same platforming you have come to expect from the series, but also adds in another element - the PlayStation Move controller. The player(s) run through regular platforming environments and manipulate objects with the material that glows purple. Unlike other games in the LittleBigPlanet franchise, there are no collectible objects. Instead, the player must collect 25 secret bubbles (which leads to a gold PlayStation Network trophy).
Due to the unconventional release of the game, Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves has not been widely reviewed as a standalone product. Greg Miller from IGN scored the game 6.5/10, describing it as more of a tech demo of the PlayStation Move's functionality, rather than a fully-fledged game. He also criticised the game's lack of lasting appeal as there are no prizes or costumes to collect. Miller did however say "If you have a bud who is as into LittleBigPlanet as you are, you're going to have fun" and that the game could act as a good demonstration piece for the PlayStation.
For years, the LittleBigPlanet community was asking to have all the materials, decorations etc. that were used to make the levels in the main LittleBigPlanet series. They finally got their wish in 2016, when all this content (plus the game's exclusive content) were released as a content pack for LittleBigPlanet 3 in 2015.