Floppy Heroes is a game based on physics, where you fight in zero gravity. Because you can’t fully control your heroes, you have to be even more alert and react as quick as possible. Your task in this game is simple – to kill all your enemies, but to achieve that isn’t that easy. In single-player mode you are on your own, in multi-player you can built a team of up to 6 local players (2 on the keyboard + 4 gamepads). Floppy Heroes also offers different variations of multi-player mode: all vs titan, all vs all or a tournament. What Floppy Heroes forgot is to add a co-op option into Single-player mode. You can play co-op in Custom Game-modes, but levels don’t gradate there. I personally find co-op + level gradation very important to keep players motivated in this types of games.
SKYHILL is a 2D action roguelike survival RPG game, where hunger is your top enemy. You don’t care if you have to kill an ugly stinking mutant for dog food. You will kill it. And you will gladly eat each granule that’s left. Your apartment is in the VIP 100th floor of the Skyhill hotel, you’ve just witnessed the start of a bio-nuclear war and you were lucky enough to survive thanks to the latest biological defense system in your room. You’re alive, not infested and running out of supplies. Do you have balls big enough to go down?
Dungeon Rushers is a 2D tactical RPG game which combines dungeon crawling with turn-based fights. Progressively you will be able to choose from 10 different characters and maximal capacity of one team is 5 “heroes”. Why those quotation marks? It’s because you won’t play as heroes but you will play as their funny parodies. Comparing to the game Heroes & Legends: Conquerors of Kolhar, which incidentally is on the same basis, Dungeon Rushers has a funny start and overall has interesting story to tell. I personally think that catchy story is really important in RPG games. The plot is one of the main reasons why people don’t quit playing them. Yes, there are exceptions like Rogue Legacy, where the gameplay is assured by great levelling mechanism and randomly generated castles, so developers could afford only minimalistic storyline.
Plantera is a colorful casual clicker game full of adorable animals. It’s really relaxing and a good mood booster. Even if the weather outside is grey and gloomy, with Plantera your room will shine in the darkest darkness.
Beauty in simplicity
Plantera is a great example of how nice can pixel graphic look like. It’s not too detailed nor too simple. Animations are flawless and the music will sometimes make you bob to the beat. Everything is appropriate. Continue reading Plantera – PC Game Review→
Toadled is a casual singleplayer action clicker game with super cute frog in the leading role. Well, not that cute anymore as it evolve. It’s very hungry and eating insect isn’t enough to fill its stomach. As the evolution goes – What is nature pyramid? Or the food chain? Or even life pyramid? Pfff. Nothing applies to hungry toad. It eats whatever it wants.
Face Noir is a 2.5D detective point and click adventure with a grim sepia filter and serious atmosphere. You will play as a private eye – Jack Del Nero, who somehow lives from day to day like most people after the collapse of the New York Stock Exchange. His only pleasure are cigarettes and whiskey, which he generally can’t afford and his job as a private detective doesn’t earn much. But one day he answers the call from his old colleague, who was involved in a pretty tangled cobweb of underworld.
The story begins at the end to entice you, then of course you will play retrospectively to find out why it happened. Because I don’t want to spoil the whole story, let’s continue with parameters, which can be reviewed without interfering with the plot. Continue reading Face Noir – PC Game Review→
First of all, this review is based purely on Supreme League of Patriots Issue 1: A Patriot Is Born. I have part 2 & 3 too but didn’t play them yet.
I am very confused to be honest. I’m a big fan of adventure games but this one didn’t fulfil my expectations. I will begin with the main duo – Kyle and Mel. Well, the authors tried to put a lot of factual, prejudicial, problematic and ethical messages in their pretty long dialogues. I appreciate their effort but the game is overloaded with it and I’m not counting the celebrity insinuations. (I didn’t understand them because I didn’t know someone like that exist… Except Mila Kunis ofc.) I’m a philosophical person and like to think about things Continue reading Supreme League of Patriots Issue 1: A Patriot Is Born – PC Game Review→