Destroy The Shogun
Had fun with this. Took me about 2 hours to beat. Easier/more forgiving than a lot of retro-style platformers, which was a plus to me. Some very fun music, and a grappling hook that felt good to use. Would have liked if it was a little bit longer, but still felt satisfying enough as-is.
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I will change this review if need be but so far, you can’t seem to save and the game will crash to windows.
The game is great…but, Where is the premium content for Trap Master?
There’s also a lot of other missing games, Hell I’ll go over them,
Kick The Critter, MC2 Burning Skies, Alienocalypse, Conquerium, King’s Rider.
And there’s probably more out there!
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9/10 Ill explain why below
When I was younger Berzerker games was one of my fave creators of flash games. When I heard that they were putting out a compilation of all the games they made in one thing for steam after flashplayer was killed, I would do nothing but wait and buy it.
Low price, tons of content, all good? Well any game that had a online mode seem to be a taaaad bugged but I dont rightly care, I dident care about those ones that much
Summed up? If you liked the games back in the day you’ll love this, and for the price? Quite worth it
This is an exciting “NINJA” action game with a 16-bit taste!
X: ATTACK（keyboard “A”)
Y: shuriken （keyboard “S”)
B: Fire Shuriken（keyboard “W”)
A:genki dama (keyboard “D”)
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I’m surprised how much I actually liked this game, and how well it’s build.
The art will probably keep a lot of people away but it’s not so bad when you get in to it.
The ingame map could use some work since it can be a bit hard to read.
(However, I don’t understand the title because the only “ninja” thing is the bandanas. Sure “Ninja Turdle” is a fun phun…)
It’s a shitty metroid-esque adventure platformer! So much fun trying to speed-run through to save Steve and just the right amount of frustrating. Clever bosses, and the perfect soundtrack to encourage your girlfriend ask you if you can please use headphones. Easily the best $5 spent I’ve spent today.
A human ninja fused to an experimental battle suit of extradimensional origin, Mallow is now Earth’s only hope against an imminent alien invasion.
Codename: Mallow is a combat focused metroidvania with a large interconnected world to explore. Master an ever expanding arsenal of combat maneuvers as you traverse a multitude of unique biomes, each with their own secrets to discover and dangers to overcome.
The game boasts delightfully squishy 2D pixelated artwork and tightly tuned combat mechanics. While exploring this hand-crafted world you are destined to encounter a myriad of unique enemies and level dangers. Should you fail to emerge victorious, you will quickly discover the game includes many satisfying ways to die.
Negative: The Way of Shinobi
This is a textbook example of how a game can do nothing to teach its players how to play. Tried to do the tutorial and it wouldnt go past the initial buttons. Had to figure everything else out from looking up the controls. Once you do figure it out it’s somewhat decent. Movement feels a little strange and abilities (Specifically kunai and grapple) feel extremely wonky on Keyboard, almost unplayable. I’m guessing this is a game meant to be played on controller. If you’re a keyboard player I wouldn’t recommend.
Tight controls, smart game design, crisp graphics, and an exciting soundtrack.
This game surprised me. It feels like a retro game, but it has a lot of modern niceties and upgrades. And it’s HARD. That said, it’s fair. I still need to beat it.
For the first game from FVS Games, this is a winner.
The Hour of the Rat
Death by a Thousand Cuts
The Hour of the Rat takes place in a single level - in any other game, this would be the final level, where you put your knowledge of enemies, techniques and strategies to the test. This game throws you straight into the deep end and says “figure it out.” This wouldn’t have been so bad on its own - there’s an element of satisfaction from incremental improvement, as the Rogue-like genre shows us.
But there is so, so much that gets in the way of having a satisfying experience with this game.
Block Breaker Ninja
[So Sorry for the bug at the beginning the game on demo version]
On demo version, the ball did not return to the player. We’ve fixed the bug and you can enjoy playing the demo.
Block Break Ninja is a well-known block breaking style game.
You will be the Ninja to beat Shogun (military manager in old Japanese society) to get back his girlfriend.
There are 25+ exciting stages, and you use only mouse to manipulate!
Why don’t we go back to 30 years ago and enjoy relaxing low resolution game?
Each stage has blocks.
You hit the ball, and break blocks with it.
Each stage has required number of blocks to destroy.
If you reach the number, you can proceed to the next stage even if there are remaining blocks.
Each Stage has time limit.
If you don’t reach the number of required blocks to destroy, you lose one(1) life.
There is charge system on from stage 2-1. Please check it out!
Shuriken, RareItem, and more!!
Someone gave me this game for free when I was awarded for getting a level up on a discord, seemed kind of interesting so I decided to play it, style’s pretty neat. Old school, pixel art, arcade’y sort of. Reminds me of something I might have played on Xbox 360. Though, the game is definitely short, having only 20 levels. The game also had limited controls, being W and Up arrow for jump, A and Left arrow for left, and D and Right arrow for right. I feel like you should be able to jump off of walls/wall jump, but I wasn’t sure of the button and I couldn’t find anything on controls. The game doesn’t have a tutorial or a way to look/change controls, just kind of puts you into it. Also there’s no slider for music or sounds, just really loud off the bat without a clear way of changing it. The game itself is alright, definitely has the right idea for a neat probably indie game, but seems like more a test game which also happens to be around $3. I also think this was essentially a test, since the developer has similar game’s that seem more fleshed out with very similar looks. So, I would say, probably buy one of their more fleshed out games if you like this game’s kind of style, so you would get “more bang, for your buck,” possibly.
Cool 2D platform game, reminds of flash games (F)