Killer Gin Battle Arcade
great game really fun
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I played this at retro world expo and was hooked…. Awesome gameplay and uses your legacy skills from years of platforming games.
Take your skills in Super Mario and use it to battle others.
In the city, all famous boxfighters are invited to demonstrate their strength in the arena D1 ! Only some weapons and the capacity to build is allowed during the fight. Only the winners will remain
Boxfight is a local 4 player PvP game , use your capacity to build and edit to outplay your opponent
From 2 to 4 Player Competitive arena shooter !
Playable in team or free for all !
Use your skills and your mindgame to win
Take the high ground by building walls, grounds or stairs
Use weapons like assault riffle, shotgun or your grenade launcher to defeat your opponent!
Local multiplayer only !
Controller compatible (and recommended!)
Mouse/Keyboard compatible only for one player
Custom profiles to save your bindings
5 characters playable
3 game modes are available
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I was gifted this game by the dev after we play-tested it as co-workers. Another made the chiptune OST and they both deserve praise for the work.
CD-Run is a side scrolling race against your friends and the obstacles the stage throws at you, with multiple mode changes as it goes on. Fast Forward, Repeat, Pause etc.. all shuffle to mix up what’s happening and make you pay attention all the time. When you add in other players all trying to survive as well, it’s total chaos, and some of the best laughs I’ve had with my friends were because of this game.
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This is an endless side-scrolling platformer game where you play as a running and jumping square. Think SMB games in multiplayer mode, but you have to run in one direction, and you can’t pick up your friends to toss them off the edges. It’s a fantastic way to burn some time with friends, and simple enough to put down after a couple of runs if needed, though it’s hard to put down when feelings of aggressive competitiveness continually builds. What to expect when playing with friends: so.much.laughter, shenanigans, some comraderie (if you’re playing distance mode), countless expletives, and name-calling.
It’s a good, fun game, but still lacks a fair bit of refinement.
Hit registration is absolutely horrendous at the moment. You throw a knife at someone, you can see it hits the mark, because it then stops and drops to the floor, but no damage is done.
Similar thing with sniper rifles. You see the bullet pass through the opponent and it does zero damage.
Grenades. Sometimes you hit a person with all 3 grenades and they still don’t die, but they throw just one back at you and poof, you’re dead.
Player balancing system is just silly. When you join a server with an even number of players, you become the poor soul that is going to be tossed back and forth between teams whenever the team you’re in exceeds the other team’s score by 2 (flag caps or bases occupied). You might get thrown into the opposing team just as they’re about to lose. Lovely.
I wouldn’t recommend buying this, even if it’s for nostalgia purposes.
The game is literally dead, whenever I attempt to play there’s noone online on any servers - I’ll join a game and play with bots for a while and occasionally 1 or 2 people may join but then leave after 10-15 minutes.
There’s no Oceanic community, that’s for sure. The only community is a few Russians and Germans that sometimes populate their server, but other than that - it’s essentially dead.
There’s also no effort to boost the player population, such as creating communities for specific regions, simple things such as in the Soldat 2 Discord you can create a rank specifically for their region so people can tag @Oceania or @Australia “let’s populate a server” - there’s none of that or anything close.
Temple with traps
The entire game is one map with fifteen rocks to collect. Rate 0/10 Do not buy! This game does not deserve a price tag unless there are 100 levels or more content. The name has nothing to do with the game play!
what ya see is what ya get, over and over again. and that funky colour.. boke. i thought for the price there was more increasingly harder levels to go through. NOPE.. just one level. finished in 5 minutes, sooo. nooo. read the refined tags if ya wanna good laugh at what this game is not. i was well conned. refund time for me.
I give a qualified thumbs up. If you can get this game for $0.99 or less, it’s worth playing just for the concept. I wouldn’t pay more than that. There is no tutorial and no explanation of the rules. I sort of get it and it’s interesting up to a point.
Looks like I get to write the first review for COINS BATTLE. Lucky me.
COINS BATTLE is a very low quality mobile-tier clicker game where you tap on various coins to make them “fight” other coins by running into them, just like the screenshots show. Exciting, isn’t it? Yeah, I know.
Usually I’d go into why this game is so insultingly bad no PC gamer should buy it, but I’ve lately gone through so many asset flips and game construction kit garbage, it’s really refreshing that at least there’s an original concept here. It’s not a good concept, and it’s badly implemented, but at least it’s original, as far as I know.
[0.2] Controls & Training & Help
[0.1] Menu & Settings
[0.1] Sound & Music
[0.1] Game Design
 Game Story
 Game Content
 Completion time (level/game)?
 is it Enjoyable & Fun?
 Could it hold a spot in Favorites? (& if the Game can be repeatedly played again)
 BONUS point: Multi-Player related
 BONUS point: Review for VR
Stars received: 0.6/10 ___ Note: v.4 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions
Game description key-points: lazy DEV.
Overview: missing a cake and cherry…
This is a very bad billiards game. There are a large number of bugs in this game. You can’t even quit the game normally. You can only use Alt + F4. And one achievement is broken. I bet even if Judd Trump come to play this game, he would cry and go back to find his mother.
It’s time to uninstall.
This is everything I wished for in a game like Zadette. I’m sure this game was made just for me. The final boss might be a huge pain in the rump, but that is the true test to see if you’re a real gamer or not. So, are you a true gamer?
Very pleasant level design and nice caricature of die & retry games
Super vs. World
Its a cool 2D multiplayer game where you have to headstomp on on other players or get weapon/powerups from boxes to decrease their size and kill them.
There are many mode in this game like last standing wins, most kills wins, capture the area and more..
There are more then 100 challenges to complete for single player and a lot of character
Little Savior / リトルセイバー
The game is interesting but has some problems.
Gameplay is similar to Avaris 2 where you control a single unit while there are hundreds of other units on the battlefield fighting among each other. You can choose one of the 4 units to control and you can switch between them in battle. Each unit has a team of up to 4 different summons that it calls to battle (size of your team can be setup in settings, normal size is leader + 8 summons (edit: number seems to be wrong as amount actually depends on Charisma stat, I discovered this after reading online manual)). On top of that there are several extra teams that you can assign a leader to, including Monument, losing which is the main failure condition on most maps. Each leader can respawn twice during the battle so you need to kill enemy leaders faster than they kill your leaders to dominate the battlefield and to eventually remove the enemy leaders. Each summon can respawn limited amount of times which is defined by total amount of such summons that you captured (if you have 100 of some unit and assign it to two teams, then this unit can respawn in each team 50 times).
It’s fun, but somewhat unfinished game
Little Savior is a real-time battle action game made by Sorceryforce. The player chooses one of the 4 hero units and plays it directly. These 4 main characters can change from time to time for strategic play. If you select one of the four, the rest of your peers will fight it automatically. You can direct their basic behavior by changing the command.
The game is divided into a story part and a battle part. The story part was not translated into any other language except Japanese. The battle parts are translated into English. Therefore, game play can proceed, but if you do not know Japanese, you will not understand the story. Its English translation quality is slightly better than machine translation. Including the incomplete portion, the translation quality needs to be improved.