Super Fowlst 2
Super Fowlst 2 is the best kind of sequel, everything great about the first built and improved upon. once you get acclimated to moving about it’s glorious chaos all the way through, explosions tossing bodies around, bouncing off of flippers and bumpers, ride ons and farting homing rockets. It’s a great game, there’s real talent behind this. I would urge you to check out the original which is only available on mobile currently, but it is free and ads are very minimal. Both are highly recommended and well worth the asking price.
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I enjoyed this developers previous 2 games a bit “Dadish” 1&2 (platformers) but this one just doesn’t quite hit the mark for me personally.
Its basically flappy bird + Roguelite.
My main problems are the grindy/tedious mobile upgrade system, the jerky camera, and the pretty cosistent stuttering/freezing that happens every 45ish seconds.
If those issues were resolved the game might be a slight recomendation, however even despite those issues and while the gameplay is a unique concept, the gameplay wasn’t super satsifying to play. It just felt just a bit too sloppy and chaotic at times, difficulty would often swing from trivial to unfair due to how enemys would randomly decide to clump together.
《Curse of disaster spirit : Anecdotes of mansion》
This game is a simple text adventure game. You need to experience various events and survive in the ghost house. The key factors for survival depend on your various decisions including: attribute growth, exploration routes, use of props, time control, etc.
After going through the difficulties, you can explore the truth of the ghost house, but maybe you can find different stories and surprises when you play for the second time.
The recommended resolution for this game is: 3840×2160 and 1920×1080
**Please note: The game only supports windowed full screen for better resolution performance
Please note: It is recommended not to buy this product for portrait resolution, as it may affect the game screen**
2020/08/13 Fixed the problem that some story lines could not continue to progress
2020/08/13 A simple version have launched to make it easier for players to pass levels and understand the plot
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High Dimension is a roguelike where you explore in search of the High Dimension puzzle of events involving science and magic.
Take on the role of Leinad, an intelligent medieval nobleman, or Carol, a strong fighter who doesn’t bow to anyone, explore environments in pixel art procedures.
It happens in a realm so far away. There was an event called High Dimension that merged our dimensions in relation to time and space. The king called two young men to find out what was going on. The world is upside down, always forming new realities, your mission is to discover the cause of all this. Upgrade equipment, swords, use items strategically, with action combat.
No instructions. No help. No hand holding. Start without exploring, learning, perfecting your moves and killing enemies.
Pixel Art Visuals:
New randomly generated dimensions:
Want a new dimension? Smoothly! At any time, you can generate a new seed from the living dimensional world that hates you and wants you to die.
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I actually really enjoyed this despite some glaring flaws. I’ll mention the flaws first and then go over some of what I liked about it and you can decide for yourself what you think about it.
So, for flaws I noticed that the levels are pretty much identical. There isn’t much variety in the enemies or in the levels themselves. Once you’ve played one level you’ve pretty much played them all and faced most of the enemies. Despite that, I still actually had WAY more fun with this game than I thought I would. You have a melee option, there’s a long distance option, and there are zombie robots. I mean, where else are you going to find zombie robots? There’s just something really cool about that. If you see this game on sale and you dig platformers already, I recommend it. And I’m saying that despite getting frustrated with one of the levels and not continuing any further since then. I still think there’s enough here to warrant a purchase but that’s my opinion.
This game looks like a first game after some tutorials.
First 3 levels are totally the same. You can rush through them without killing enimies. The final boss can shoot only in one direcation so if you will stay behing – he will never damage you.
Even grenades have no range damage!
this “game” should not cost anything.
Bow & Quiver
Velocity impacts damage and distance of arrows and smash attacks.
Combo stomp attacks to maximize damage
Ammo Type: Lightning Arrows:
Dynamic Character Controls
Feral Flowers is a quick-fire roguelite platformer. Traverse 92 overly-pollinated levels as Quigley the Gardener. Stomp on every flower you see. Battle against the clock to rid your nostrils of that which makes you sneeze.
In this unique roguelite platformer, you can create an individual playstyle by enhancing your loadout and combining many different runes.
Kill enemies and improve your loadout to master the dungeon!
Gather runes to improve combat skills
In Lux mina, 20 different runes are giving you abilities and increasing your stats. Your loadout can include 4 runes. There are active and passive runes, available in four tiers.
Active runes give abilities and new attacks
Passive runes increase or boost stats
Runes can be dropped by slain enemies, found in treasure chests, or bought with orbs at the seller at the end of each stage.
Your loadout is the key to master the dungeon!
Push through different stages
Each stage is randomly generated and has its own biome, so you are always discovering new surroundings. That is why two runs will never be alike.
Fight a variety of enemies
Out in the dungeon are twelve completely different types of enemies waiting for you to be slain and looted. Each fight drops orbs or runes to enhance your loadout.
Earn upgrades to boost your stats permanently
Each run gives you credits to unlock new skins for your character and to increase your base stats. Therefore, you can dive deeper into the dungeon with every run!
This review is from the perspective of a streamer ( twitch.tv/aazzdos ) and someone that has reached Room 475.
Choice Chamber is a platformer. Your objective is to clear a room of all enemies in order to proceed to the next one. The defining difference between this game and others in the same genre is that your Twitch chat votes on how the next level will be different, from the terrain to the enemies to your very own weapon. Voting follows majority rule, and chat has almost full power over how a run will go.
Okay, so there’s an obvious caveat to my recommendation here. This game is for streamers, and pretty much only for streamers. This game won’t get you an audience, either. But if you livestream, and you already have an audience—even a small one—then this game is fantastic. It’s not the most fun game of its kind, and can occasionally get repetitive… especially if your chatroom decides to troll you and keep you underpowered. But it always seems to be the case that as one slowly improves at the game, their stream community follows suit. I often point out and even pick on users of the “streamer ‘we’”, but this is one game where it really does apply—it really is not just the gamer but also the spectators that are making progress, and for the streamer to say “we’re in there” or “we made it” is, at last, not at all disingenuous for this game. This game is clearly for a very limited demographic, but if you fit that demographic, Choice Chamber should serve you quite well.
This game has incredible movement with a super fun momentum based physics system and I absolutely love it. It has been incredibly satisfying to improve at this game and experiment with all the various items and techniques as well as game modes. The base game is not overly difficult so it’s fairly easy to get in to and there are quite a few compelling alternate game modes.
I give this game a huge recommend and I believe it deserves way more attention than what it has gotten. If you are into movement games, roguelites or platformers of any kind creatorcrate highly worth checking out.
Tons of fun! Its a creative platforming game with a fairly open world to play in with a fun storyline so far!
Fun little side scroller, love the graphics and the music is upbeat and keeps ya going. Boss designs are awesome, the weapons are awesome … well the ones I’ve gotten so far. I just gotta get use to the dodging and get better at it. Only up to lvl 5 so far, that slime boss is tough but … I’ll get em!
I love the clear, beautiful spritework on this game, specially the bosses. The main protagonists of this roguelite, however, are the weapons, they are really varied and pretty fun to learn to use. Even the ones that at the beginning seem crappy grow on you. The controls are great and the music is ok.
My only gripe would be that the three main characters aren’t really that different between each other.
Great game that promises a lot of hours of fun.