No puedes salvar el mundo entero. Va a ser devorado por un demonio mitológico con la cabeza de un pez. Pero en el rol de una marioneta que absorbe todo lo que toca, puedes intentar rescatar todas las grandezas de la Tierra que puedas antes de que llegue el fin.
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No puedes salvar el mundo entero. Va a ser devorado por un demonio mitológico con la cabeza de un pez. Pero en el rol de una marioneta que absorbe todo lo que toca, puedes intentar rescatar todas las grandezas de la Tierra que puedas antes de que llegue el fin.

Al comienzo, deambulas por la Tierra, capaz tan sólo de absorber los objetos más minúsculos. Una canica que recojas se convertirá en tu cabeza y un par de gominolas serán tus manos. Las criaturas pequeñas te abruman, con las ratas golpeándote de aquí para allá y los Golden Retriever amenazando con destrozarte a pisotones. Pero con cada objeto que recojas, tu marioneta crece ella sola. Finalmente, te convertirás en un notable gigante con motores de combustión por brazos y la habilidad de absorber edificios enteros.

The Wonderful End of the World te traslada a 12 lugares únicos, con cientos de tesoros para reunir antes del fin. Roba algunos caramelos de la tienda de chucherías, donde los pescaditos de gominola nadan en un río de gelatina; visita una biblioteca surrealista donde descubrirás que las palabras brincan literalmente de los libros; y explora la Megalopolis, donde verás en directo el desfile del fin del mundo el cual te zamparás antes de ir a por el rascacielos más alto que se haya construido.

  • 10 logros por explorar y desbloquear áreas secretas del juego
  • 12 ubicaciones únicas para explorar
  • 3 modos de juego: Cronometrado, No cronometrado y Exploración
  • 16 canciones llenas de vida mantienen la acción en marcha. O bailoteando.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista
    • Procesador: 1.5 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica 3D compatible con DX9
    • Versión de DirectX: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Dispositivo de sonido compatible con DX9
    • Disco Duro: 220 MB de espacio libre
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Publicado el 20 de febrero
Note: video review embedded below.

KATAMARI DO YOU BEST!

Though the King of All Cosmos might be absent, probably busy screwing around with some other corner of the universe, it’s hard to see anything but Katamari Damacy when looking at The Wonderful End of the World. More than that, it’s hard not to see everything that’s missing from Dejobaan Games take on the eccentric Japanese series.

Though both games play more or less identically to each other, giving you control over what amounts to a giant, moving, all inclusive piece of ever expanding velcro to roll up the world in, all the heart and self indulgent absurdity of the Katamari series has been forgotten. Stripped of its character, The Wonderful End of the World is a cold, lifeless clone that only ever served to remind me of how much fun the games that inspired it are and how much I wished I was playing them instead.

But even at a mechanical level, The Wonderful End of the World is clunky and perplexing. Size is no longer the deciding factor in what you can and cannot roll up, instead relying on a number counter which seem to arbitrarily gate certain items until you hit a particular milestone. I was constantly bumping into objects I thought I should be able to pick up, while absorbing ones which seemed too large, leaving me to memorize particular numbers and fail a lot in the process.

I wanted to love The Wonderful End of the World. I was willing to forgive its blatant plagiarism just to have something like it on PC. But it’s such an unapologetic copycat, blandly ripping off other games while having no identity of its own, that it just made me sad and bored. Coming from a studio whose games are often bursting at the seams with personality, The Wonderful End of the World is easily the most uninteresting apocalypse I’ve ever took part in.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6trfLdLK24&list=PLmaGkDQUd2inWbUZoSoB7v2zcJ_cJ0VGA&index=3
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Publicado el 9 de febrero
AUDIO: Catchy                                       AESTHETIC: Unoriginal
MEMORABILITY: So-so                         WORTH: Heavy discount

PROS: A katamari-type game has been anticipated by major fans of the series, so it has a place with me for trying to emulate gameplay I like. The cel-shading looks very nice and the main theme is cute. I didn't run into many glitches while playing.

CONS: Voice is annoying and the story behind the game is weak. While in Katamari one can travel around and pick things up with particular routes reaping the highest scores, deviating from the best possible route in tweotw may very well make you fail the level as no items within your proper size range have been placed around. The style of the game is very unfocused.

OVERALL: Levels not being populated enough is a real deal-breaker here. The levels have been broken down into viable routes; it's lost its charm and quirkiness. What was supposed to be a messy, crazy world are lines of data represented by nonsensical objects. In my opinion, probably the weakest of all Dejobaan games.

                                                    
SCORE: 4/10
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A 12 de 16 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.2 h registradas
Publicado el 5 de febrero
I find it weird that not many people have this indie game. Sure it has its negative points, like unpolished, bad responsive controls and I personally didn't like the camera angle or the music much. But none the less I enjoyed it. Especially the level where you absorb as much candy as possible. The levels are fun and a big variation of objects. It will be challenging to clear the levels but if you look for a fun and casual game..
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5.3 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de junio
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Reason why I bought and played this game because it was for Portal 2 ARG. Good Game.
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It's an okay time waster, just too short. Wouldn't have paid for it, but it came in a bundle that I bought.
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