Am Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts werfen die dunklen Mächte abermals ihre Schatten auf die Erde. Als unerschrockener Agent, der einige Erfahrung mit Exorzismus und Monsterbeseitigung hat, stellen Sie sich dem nahenden Bösen und kämpfen gegen abscheuliche übernatürliche Monster und brutale Ausgeburten der schwarzen Magie.
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Veröffentlichung: 19. März 2009
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Am Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts werfen die dunklen Mächte abermals ihre Schatten auf die Erde. Als unerschrockener Agent, der einige Erfahrung mit Exorzismus und Monsterbeseitigung hat, stellen Sie sich dem nahenden Bösen und kämpfen gegen abscheuliche übernatürliche Monster und brutale Ausgeburten der schwarzen Magie. Ihre Aufgabe besteht darin, die bösen Kräfte zu bekämpfen und sich einem unheimlichen Zauberer zu stellen. Sie müssen seinen Plan verhindern, mächtige Artifakte der schwarzen Magie zu erwerben.
Larva Mortus ist ein rasantes Action Horrorspiel, das Sie in eine dunkle und bedrohliche Welt Ihrer schlimmsten Albträume versetzt. Auf der Jagd nach Monstern erleben Sie eine einzigartige fesselnde Spannung, die Sie nicht mehr loslässt. Der schauerliche, erstklassige Soundtrack lässt Ihnen das Blut in den Adern gefrieren!
  • 30 erschreckende übernatürliche Monster: Vampire, Werwölfe, Untote und vieles mehr gilt es hinwegzufegen!
  • Eine ungeheuerliche und erschreckende Stimmung mit mysteriösen Missionen!
  • Ein massives Waffenlager — von traditionellen Six Shootern und Flinten bis hin zur originellen “Dynamo Gun”
  • Zufällige Missionen bieten viele Varianten für langfristigen Spielgenuss
  • Weiterentwicklung der Hauptfigur durch verschiedene RPG-ähnliche Fähigkeiten
  • Viele unheimliche Umgebungen — von gruseligen Anwesen und Katakomben bis hin zu dunklen Wäldern und einsamen Wüsten
  • Eine geniale furchteinflößende Orchestermusik
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Systemvoraussetzungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista
    • Prozessor: 1.5 GHz Prozessor
    • Speicher: 256 MB RAM
    • Grafik: DirectX kompatible 128MB Grafikkarte
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 55 MB frei
    • Sound: DirectX kompatible Soundkarte
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
31.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Februar
BUY IT!!!

For a few bugs, a lot of fun and many enemies to kill, check it out!

Larva Mortus
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29 von 34 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
4.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Oktober 2014
Larva Mortus is a top-down shooter. You go from room to room killing everything with up to eight different weapons. You can level up your stats, play through tons of levels, or you could just play something else.

The biggest problem with LM is that the difficulty is unbalanced. When you select your difficult setting, you're actually deciding on how much you want to be annoyed. This game features a lot of small enemies, some that leave trails of fire everywhere, spit multiple projectiles, and even randomly become invincible. The harder difficulties mean you have to put up with more of their crap, blow through all of your ammo, and possibly get killed in the process. The easiest setting seems like the best choice, since all difficulty really affects is how much the player does and takes damage. However, this setting also makes the game too easy...which I guess is to be expected...hm. Regardless, the alternative is pointless frustration.

Insta-death also starts to become a common theme later in the game. Devils and Champion Knights have attacks that'll kill you regardless of health or difficulty. Circle-strafing is a good method of avoiding this deadly attack, but these jerks tend to attack in groups, and other enemies lending a hand. Still, death really isn't very punishing, unless of course you managed to collect a rare item. There are a number of unique treasures that strengthen the player or offer a big XP bonus. These are lost if you die before completing the stage. Strangely, all of the achievements are tied to these rarities, you don't even get a cheevo for beating the game.

Larva Mortus is just a very dull game. Within 15 minutes you've seen most everything the game has to offer, and yet it just keeps going for hours, without purpose or entertainment value. There are a few moments of satisfaction, like blowing up a half-dozen monsters with a cannon, or shooting a werewolf in the face with a shotgun, but you can get more entertainment from playing a classic FPS like Doom. This game consists of running through rooms, occasionally finding something interesting, sometimes dying, and just never really caring. Your free-time is more valuable than that.
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17 von 20 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Februar
This is a top down retro shooter. Each level is randomly generated, and you must clear every bad guy in the room before progressing. If you die, you start the level again on a new completely random map. I normally would find it annoying starting all over again, but this mechanic stops you from just running trial and error to eventually get through.

You get a pretty standard set of guns, twin pistols, shotgun etc, all of which can be upgraded.

I ran into no bugs and the games run very well on new operating systems.

The price is right and the game play is good. If you like the horror genre, and love the arcade games from the past, then you will get plenty of enjoyment out of Larva Mortus
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13 von 16 Personen (81%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Februar
Larva Mortus adds a sinister horror environment to the classic top-down arcade experience and with its surprisingly fun gameplay and ominous storytelling, it was really entertaining!

Demonic rituals and classic horror creatures like werewolves, vampires and zombies fill up every corner of this game and are complimented by perfectly eerie, evil-sounding music and ambient whispers and noises that invade the players head. All of these aspects make up the spooky atmosphere Larva Mortus boasts, and the story, conveyed in an awesome graphic novel-type style, lives up to the games overall horrific demeanor and is actually very interesting.

As you progress through the game, you'll discover new weapons at a pretty fast pace and you will have the opportunity to personalize your character a bit with upgrade points gained by leveling up. There are also A LOT of side missions to tackle other than the main story line which can really help you catch up if you're stuck on one of the main quests. One of the best things about the gameplay though is the fact that the levels are randomly generated. What that means is that if you do happen to die near the end of a level, you do have to play through it again, but the level will be re-designed with different rooms and monster spawns. This keeps the game from getting tedious on some of the more difficult parts.

I did encounter a bug that would cause monsters to occasionally not spawn where they should. It doesn't affect the gameplay too much though, it just means that you have to run out of the room and back in to reset the spawns. I also really would have liked to see some multiplayer in Larva Mortus. Hopefully the developers will eventually get around to adding it. I think that would be a blast!

Needless to say, the gameplay itself is smooth and enjoyable but there's nothing amazing about it alone. It's the combination of the gameplay and the demonic-horror style that really makes the game shine as a whole.

In conclusion, I absolutely recommend Larva Mortus, especially if you're a horror fanatic like me. Thanks for reading! :)
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. März
Nice arcade shooter. Creepy enviorment, great graphics, good leveling system, and awesome weapons! There are some minor glitches here and there but its overall a good game and worth spending money on. 9/10
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
14.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. April
General
Larva Mortus is a typical example of a isometric budget shooter with semi-cartoonish graphics. The interesting in it is the extremly low price due the constant 90%-off price label, which puts it into the bellow 50 cents category. And for that it offers quite a few good things.

Gameplay
We are controlling a monster hunter looking guy from a birds perspective, which gives us a quite good overview trough combat. Our hero is easy to work with, which is definitely welcomed as combat always happens in cramped rooms. The mechanics is exactly this - you basically go from room to room and clean them out from monsters. Levels are generated randomly so you never know into what you go, but as long the level design regardless of the environment serves the same purprose, it doesn't really requires you some change in tactics or would surprise you in any way. The enemies vary from basic undead, flying bats to spiders and poison spitting fat zombies. Except the boss level templars, they don't really represent any serious force and usually are trying to make up for the lack of their power with rather high numbers. Very importantly - try not leave the room until is not cleared out entirely, cause the room will reset even if only one enemy remains and you need fight the horde once again. Exceptions might be missions where you need to rescue a certain number of civilians, blasting trough the rooms and just focusing on the rescue can save some time and nerves.
Sometimes you need to find a key in order to continue, but it means cleaning a few more rooms into a other direction, until you eventually find what you searched for. Except the enemies the room also contain "furniture" like coffins and crates, which I recommend to destroy, cause you might get stuck in them in middle of combat and enemies can corner you, plus there is a chance that they might drop ammo or powerups. (see bellow) Unfortunately the game gets eventually a bit dull after some hours spent in it and you usually keep going only to raise your level and find some new item. It simply lacks the depth, but I think it's forgiveable by such a budget title.

Story
While it might sound weird, it actually features a working story. It's your typical "find missing ancient artefacts and beat some evil monsters trying to take over the world" B (or C?) class movie type of story, already the fact that there is actually one and with animations/voicing included, is quite surprising (and very welcomed) which might raise it slightly above other games of this category. What I noticed the doing random levels while being in middle of the story can cause some bugs. Is highly recommended complete it first.

Leveling, weapons, artefacts, powerups
Leveling - And yet another surprise for your cents, the game has actually a RPG system. Each level you get a point which you might use for raising you stats. Personally I found some more useful as others. I highly recommend to put many points as possible into Endurance and Regeneration, (6+ recommended) First raises your HP and the other speeds up healing which might be crucial on more difficult levels. I also recommend to raise your walking speed and luck to get more drops from destroyed enemies of crates. Other abilities doesn't have such influence and are okay with 2-3 points.
Weapons - plenty of them and they are rather balanced. Is always the best to switch whatever has the most ammo in it. Of course certain weapons are better into certain situations, like the machinegun is best against weak huge groups, while the shotgun is better against individual strong enemies. Don't worry, as you play, would fill eventually figure out all of them.
Artefacts - pretty much the alpha and omega of this game. While many of them adds only points to your score, other give you huge advantages, which will change your game dramatically. I highly recommend to get the backpack, extended clips and enchanted scroll so fast as is possible. Backpack raises the carried ammo by a huge ammount, extended clips raise the magazine to 120 by one of the most used weapons and the scroll doubles the time duration of all powerups.Artefacts can be found randomly in dungeon, but the game doesn't excludes the already found ones. so it depends on pure luck. But assuming in certain levels you can find 3 at once, you will eventually get 100%. On sidenote, you most succefully complete the level to keep the artefact. If you die, it gets lost. Can be quite the bummer.
Powerups - unlike artefacts, they are only temporary. However they can change the tide of the battle dramatically, especially if you have a good luck (more powerups) and the scroll, which doubles the duration. Unlimited ammo with the machinegun and double damage can literally make you to a walking terminator.

Graphics
One of the biggest cons of the game is the low resolution. Is quite noticable that is a ported mobile game. While the graphics aren't bad and objects stay sharp even on my full HD screen, the devs could have added a option of standard desktop resolutions even if it would be achieved with simple stretching.

Music and sounds
Modern/organ combo which gives away a creepy cemetery feeling. Few and repetitive, but suits the game rather well. I cannot say anything else as I really liked it. If there would be more tracks, I would ask the devs for a OST. Really.

Achievements
Basically all of the achievements are connected to finding the artefacts. As I mentioned, there is a high chance that you find the pieces same over and over, but you will eventually find all of them, even if means a bit of grinding. One of the easiest games on Steam to get a 100%.

Conclusion
Do I recommend this game? Definitely yes, if you find that 90%-off price tag on it. While this game will not cause a panic in the game stores, it offers quite a fun for a few cents.
My rating: 6/10
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6 von 9 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2014
This game lacks any remarkable quality that justifies buying it, even on a sale. It's basically a twin stick shooter (without controller support) where the player scuffles through randomized (but persistently unstimulating) dungeons, fending off flocks of uninspired enemies to tediously grind through a few repetitive mission objectives, all tied together by the most perfunctory of stories.
The game's design and visuals transpire blandness. Enemy variety consists of the trite assortment of bats, spiders, skeletons, zombies, werewolves and respective supersized variants. Moreover the monsters are afflicted by extremely constrained behaviour types, limited to either rushing the player, casually flying around or throwing the odd missile. This cognitive impairment makes the enemies prone to getting stuck behind objects and frequently kamikaze into the environmental traps, and the only challenge comes from the occasional overwhelming numbers of enemies.
Due merits for the low hardware requirements, which allow to run it in a modest 5 year old computer, but when the game looks over 10 years old that's hardly a redeeming feature.

This is an inexpensive game that nevertheless feels too cheaply made for its price, and I can't find any reason to recommend playing it even if it finds its way into your steam account after a bundle sale.
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19 von 35 Personen (54%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Oktober 2014
Larva Mortus is dumb as hell. Larva Mortus has a name that is dumb as hell. Larva Mortus is a "twin stick" shooter. Larva Mortus is filled with zombies.

However. HOWEVER. Larva Mortus is better than Destiny.
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Januar
Brough the game as I had a 90% off coupon, worth the discount but not sure if it would be full price. Saying that so far i have enjoyed it and would reccommend if you want a fun game for 30-45minutes at a time that doesnt realy require any thought.
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
27.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Februar
This game is really underrated. It's a cool top down action shooter with some RPG elements. It tells an interesting story that's obviously inspired by classic horror stories à la H. P. Lovecraft. Except for some of the sprites, the graphics are very nice and athmospheric and there are various cool comic-style cutscenes. The only downside to the game is that there are some minor bugs that are fortunately not game breaking. And you have to make sure to configure your graphics-card to not mess up the game's aspect ratio on widescreen monitors. If you can pick it up for cheap it's definitely worth a try.
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. März
This game is dumb.
And it revels in its own stupidity. If anything they didn't go far enough really.

You are a monster hunter of the Van Helsing variety called to investigate some strange going-ons. You eventually meet a man who claims to be cursed against his own will and only by collecting the various artifacts of doom can you save the world. Halfway through this you are hit with a plot twist from one of your would be targets that actually collecting the pieces is a bad idea and your employer is out to get you! ...he then gives you the piece anyway because hell if I know.
Our character points out that since he started collecting the pieces he has suffered nightmares and ill health and nothing more so then I began to wonder if this is subtle meta storytelling like Hotline Miami where the game is telling you that all the violence can end if you stop playng the game.

So I did.

Hopefully he has been able to sleep better now.

But a bad story doesn't make a game dumb! Well I mean it does but it can be overlooked if the gameplay is good and here the gameplay is...Not bad but not good either. This game was made back before twin stick shooters had revived popularity so it is WASD to move and mouse to aim. The game would have lended itself brilliantly to being a twin stick shooter but we can look past that...Except we can't!

Why? The room layouts and the secrets and traps within are extremely reminiscent of the Binding of Issac. I played Larva Mortus first but looking at the two games side by side the similarities are noticable. Larva however is not a rogue-like and even though the gameplay is similar in a lot of areas they are very different products so don't buy Larva Mortus and expect it to play like Binding of Issac because Larva is not that punishingly hard infact it isn't hard at all but it is also not as rewarding as a result, unlike a good run in Binding of Issac.

This game hasn't really aged well, the graphics are good but a little wonky in places, the music is okay but a little off in places, the sound effects are sufficent but a little mismatched in places, I don't know what it is but everything in Larva Mortus is one step to the left of mediocre but it works out because otherwise the game would be completely forgettable anyway but as it stands it is akin to '5 nights at freddies' whereby it is an experience as much as it is a 'game'.

Could I recommend this game? I couldn't. If you are a Binding of Issac fan then don't buy this game and expect it to scratch that itch either. If you end up with this game in your possession however then be sure to give it a playthough, its really not offensive to the senses to play nor is it that bad of a game at all but it lacks pepper and I think it probabaly just hasn't aged well. A Larva Mortus today would be a twin stick shooter but as it stands this game is more of a relic of an age that has passed.

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5 von 8 Personen (63%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
10.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. November 2014
Overall, I enjoyed Larva Mortus. I got the game very cheaply using a 90% off coupon and had low expectations. I was pleasantly surprised! It is a solid top down shooter game. The graphics are decent and it is the kind of game you can just play 10 or 20 minutes before bed to relax. The music is solid for the setting. It's easy to learn and get into. There's 9 different weapons, 6 stats you can raise, and the plot isn't bad. Without grinding, you could probably beat the game in a few hours. I leveled up more than necessary to get more of the achievements, ended up beating the game at level 26 but you can beat it much earlier than that. There's 24 achievements that are pretty easy to get and random drops. I was able to 100% the game in 10.5 hours. The last few drops can be tedious but otherwise it's pretty fun overall. Grab this game on sale if you enjoy top down shooters!
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6 von 10 Personen (60%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
10.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. November 2014
First thing first.

Larva Mortus isn't a high quality game, it does not even try to be one. Larva Mortus is a top down shooter with flaws which offers you couple hours of entertainmentish.

You play as a monster hunter doing various monster hunting tasks. Across your journeys through abandoned warehouses to cemeteries you deal with undead monstrosities, werewolves and such. All are classic horror monsters, even main character is very classical monster hunter manly man. Weapons of slay include revolvers, two handed sword, machine gun etc. etc. Nothing new, you've seen 'em and know em. Oh, you'll gain levels too.

Controls work the way they should, you'll run around using wasd and with the power of mouse you'll aim and deal lead to monstrosities.

First hour of this game is pretty much fun. Also first hour of this game is pretty much all this game has to offer. You run around rooms, killing monsters with guns. Then you run around killing some more. It's really repetitive, but sometimes that is just what we need.

Larva Mortus has serious balancing issues. Instant death dealing monsters, unbalanced weaponry, easily predicted enemies. Difficulty level is a rollercoaster ride in this game. Too easy from pain in the behind hard, no gradual progress in there. Character development is simple as it should be. Problematically you can level up your character to be almost useless. (Free tip, first 5 points goes to walking speed) Still the game has few good horrorish moments and pretty good ambience. Music is nice for the first hour and then it you'll start wishing this game had few more songs. I had no techical issues with game and it ran smoothly.

Main campaing is playable only by leveling up via random quests. These put you around the globe for uh, monster killing, saving people or, you know, killing monsters. Also you can get quest for eradicating monster sings, which is basically the same thing as monster killing.

I recommend this game for horror and top down shooter fans who can deal with B-quality stuff.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Februar
So good I bought 7 copies.
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
2.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Februar
clear rooms full of monsters, get better weapons and have fun
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. März
Oh boy, another top-down zombie slaying massacre, snore.
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Februar
i played 0,49 euro for this game, it's worth, it's a nice game, when you dont have internet connection or when you're at school and have a break. it's actually quite good game for the low cost at 0,49 euros
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5 von 10 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. November 2014
Fetched it on sale.
Good game from what i've played.
8/10
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. März
materfaking ♥♥♥♥ game
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12 von 15 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Mai 2014
Larva Mortus sorgt für ein sehr kurzweiliges Spielerlebnis.

Ein Anspruchsloses Spiel an Fähigkeit und Denkvermögen des Spielers und somit perfekt geeignet um einfach mal Abschalten zu können.

Mehr aber auch nicht.
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