(CriticalIndieGamer) If you’ve ever seen Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends then you will immediately draw the comparison between it and Friendship Club. Each of them focus on wacky imaginary friends and have a similar art style to boot. The simple design of the levels and soft, darkish colours contrast well with the bullets and characters, making it easy to keep your eyes on the bullets as they zip around the level. Impressively, it also makes the characters feel unreal but in a way that feels meant. These bright and colourful characters running around a darkish level makes them feel like imaginary friends being imagined on a stage.