World Of Walking Cities
Bewertung / Rating: 04/10
The installation under Windows 10 works fine.
The game starts smoothly and the game menu is clear and user-friendly.
The game idea is reminiscent of the movie Mortal Engines.
The control of the mobile building in the game is a bit lengthy and does not always react immediately to the click of the mouse.
The fight calculations and the outcome of the fight are both very inscrutable.
You never actually lose, which is why you ask yourself the question: What are the upgrades for?
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UPDATE: After 8 months without any updates, it is now clear that the developer has no intention of further developing this game. DO NOT BUY.
Though I hope there are additional features as the game continues through the development process, I can’t recommend purchasing it at this point. There is very little content here, and not much of an indicator as to what additional content will be…
Escape from Nowhere
School project game, technically in a playable state but achievements don’t unlock. lol
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Achievements don’t unlock.
Fast driving, regular updates, recommended.
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Interesting combination of racing (you have to reach the end of the level before time runs out) and shoot ‘em up, although neither part is really prominent. You will rarely lose a level because of a timer if you just don’t stop moving forward, and the fighting part of the game only becomes interesting on bosses (which are quite different from the main game and could be really challenging sometimes).
Could be fun for speedrunning, most of the time I’ve played it I was trying to optimize my time on certain levels that I liked the most. But don’t think about it as a racing simulator. When you try to go fast your car feels more like a rocket ship, so maybe this game will fit wonky physics simulator lovers more than racing lovers.
Motor Assailant: Prologue
The game looks great, but the timer is a bit too tight, and the first boss is way too hard. Loved the intro movies!