The guard of dungeon
Terrible game. It’s like someone discovered the free edition of Unity software one day and decided to spend the afternoon playing around with it and came up with this steaming pile. “The guard of dungeon” is yet another one of those half-assed amateurish attempts at making an easy buck.
I’m starting to imagine that in some lawless third world country there are operations that force enslaved laborers to crank out these Unity asset flips. It would certainly explain the lack of quality, passion, and inspiration in games such as this one.
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Deep in the Twanzein Valley in Deepest Darkest China, a small village named Xiiahu rests on the banks of a deep winding river. In this village a young boy named Huan wakes up at 3am every day to join all the other young children on their journey by bike, like hundreds of thousands of other young children to the workshops in the nearest city of Xixxiun.
Once there they turn on their assigned computers and open Unity Personal edition and start importing free assests into the latest Steam greenlight game they are working on. They need to have 6 of these games completed before 11am and ready to be uploaded for Steam Greenlight. Story, gameplay, controls, graphics, optimisation none of this matters as long as they are able to run.