Un juego de exploración de mazmorras por turnos para un jugador. Toma el control de un solitario héroe y explora amplias mazmorras luchando con peligrosos monstruos.
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"With the great graphics and interface, Hack, Slash, Loot manages to squeeze challenging gameplay into a casual nook of a hardcore niche."
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En el mundo hay oscuros lugares habitados por malvados moradores. Lugares repletos de peligro y aprensión donde ningún hombre corriente se atrevería a poner un pie. Sin embargo, hay unos pocos que osan desafiar a la muerte en el nombre del bien, en el nombre de la justicia, en el nombre de... ¡valiosos tesoros!

Hack, Slash, Loot es un juego de exploración de mazmorras por turnos para un jugador. Toma el control de un solitario héroe y explora amplias mazmorras, lucha con peligrosos monstruos y, sobre todo, recoge valiosos tesoros. Con una nueva mazmorra generada cada vez que juegues, ten por seguro que no habrá dos partidas iguales. Los controles fáciles de dominar harán que estés viviendo aventuras en un santiamén, pero es lo suficientemente complejo como para desafiar a los aventureros más veteranos.

Características Principales

  • 32 personajes para desbloquear y jugar
  • Seis misiones diferentes que requieren distintas tácticas para lograr la victoria
  • Miles de objetos, monstruos y características de mazmorras
  • Sencilla mecánica de juego con un moderno esquema de control
  • Adorable estilo retro, los demoníacos ogros nunca han tenido un aspecto tan pintoresco
  • Hacking!
  • Slashing!!
  • Looting!!!

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • DirectX®: DX 5.0
    • Disco Duro: 10 MB de espacio libre
    • SO: OS X 10.4 o posterior
    • Disco Duro: 10 MB de espacio libre
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A 35 de 39 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
3.8 h registradas
Publicado: 18 de diciembre de 2014
A good roguelike is characterized by providing you limited resources and abilities, but presenting situations where your choices among those resources and abilities are generally meaningful and significant to your survival and progress. Hack, Slash, Loot does not understand this, limiting options to the point where the game may as well be a linear corridor occasionally blocked off by an enemy or a small numeric increase. I cannot stress how disappointed I am that I gave this developer my money.
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A 24 de 27 personas (89%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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2.9 h registradas
Publicado: 9 de diciembre de 2014
I looked forward to a challenging game, what I got was 2.x hours of pure frustration. If I wanted to fight this hard for something I would have started an argument with my mother-in-law over anything family related and would have still had an easier time.

To quote some people on just one of the threads in the forums:-
“I've played a lot of rogue-likes, and it's one of the most unfair, least skill based, unreasonable rogue-likes I've ever played, to the point that a lot of fans of the genre refuse to even count it.”

“Almost threw my CPU out the window.”

“This sums up my experience with this game. It's almost as if you were supposed to die...”

If I could get my money back I would, this is harder than trying to please a crowd of 200 old people with their dietary requirements. I can not slam this enough. Stay away.
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A 15 de 16 personas (94%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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19.9 h registradas
Publicado: 11 de marzo
The game in a nutshell:

*Miss*
*Miss*
*Miss*

**Dead**

Buy a couple of dice. It will be cheaper and WAY more fun than this game.
And the chances of getting a desired number on said dice are accurate, as oppossed to this game's RNG.

RNG (random number generator) is an important part in roguelikes. It's not, however, the ONLY meaningful part.
This is the game's worst sin. it's completely random. In good roguelikes, there's a lot of strategy and thought. Randomness can screw you up, but usually, a good player can turn the tides.
Not in hack, slash, loot. Frankly it's like someone saw the success of rogue-lites and jumped the wagon without actual knowledge of what makes a roguelike/lite a good game.

Protip: it's NOT randomness what makes a roguelike good. Randomness is just one of the ingredients.
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A 11 de 11 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 21 de marzo
This game is stupid-hard, and not even in a good way. There's no depth to the mechanics; it's just one RNG-driven slap-fight after another. Every once in a while I play it again just to remind myself why I never play it.

If you want something that's really hard but rewarding, go play Monster Hunter, Dark Souls, or something by Edmund McMillen.
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A 19 de 26 personas (73%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 1 de abril
Hack, Slash, Loot is a top down roguelike, this game will kill you over and over again to begin with. But be paintent, the game will reward you immensley with a lot of fun and characters. The more you die, the more characters and items drops you unlock.

The classic pixel art works really well in the top down view. The game play is very simple. You play with a mouse, and that's it. Turn based movement/actions makes this perfect for playing with a trackpad on a laptop too.

There is a nice "compare" feature here which makes picking and choosing what equipment to use easier than most games I've played previously. Plenty of different classes, I specifically enjoyed playing the Mage class, as it is super powerful towards endgame. I also found that the levels do not get progressivly harder, for instance, the first map you play is by far not the easiest, the difficulty will change on each playthrough. By completing certain other maps, you might also unlock "artifacts" which carry over to your other playthroughs as well.

Whilst the game is very RNG, I still ploughed plenty of hours into HSL and enjoyed every minute of it. Worth the £4,99 for sure.
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Publicado: 7 de febrero
If you want to have an idea of how random this game is, then press ctrl + f (cmd + f on a Mac) and type "random".

I love many "random" games, but like it has been pinpointed in other reviews, in such games you're essentially learning from your mistakes and experience, one's own self "out of character xp level" experience that adds to your skills and perception by grasping the mechanics of the game. In such games, you're rewarded progressively by the experience you have gathered in earlier play-throughs and in every new game you're becoming better, not because you're upgrading a character from the game (Rogue Legacy I am looking at you!) but because you're comprehending better how the game is actually working. That leads to the conclusion that the deeper the mechanics of a game, the more rewarding the feeling of satisfaction you're getting from it.

Unfortunately, 'Hack, Slash, Loot' is not such a game, in all of the above statements.
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A 11 de 13 personas (85%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 21 de diciembre de 2014
This game feels like it should have potential, but ultimately, it feels too random for you to be able to control and survive what the game throws at you. You unlock characters by dying, or beating missions. Eventually it feels like a grind to unlock the better characters that you can play. I did get several hours of entertainment out of it, but if you're looking for a good roguelike, I'd look at the free options available, like DCSS or TE4
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A 6 de 6 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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5.2 h registradas
Publicado: 22 de abril
Hack, Slash, Loot, or "HSL", looks charming at first with it's retro-style pixel art... until you realize that the gameplay is even more primitive. It is not an understatement to say that everything in this game either comes down to little more than random chance and comparing numbers.

Combat is completely limited to clicking on an enemy until they die. That's it. No special moves, no abilities, no changing gear, nothing. Sure, depending on your weapon you either use melee, ranged or magic attacks, but unless you're fighting near a weapon drop you can't change on the fly, plus your character will usually specialize in one type so there' very little reason to change unless you get VERY skewed consumable drops (more on that later). At best you can try to bottleneck enemies in doorways or tight coriidors to fight them one by one, or run away and hope you find something useful before you get surrounded, but that barely qualifies as "strategy". And even then, you still have to hope that RNGesus is smiling down upon you.

The item system is almost as primitive. Most of the time, it feels less like you are trying to decide which weapon or piece of armor to equip, and more like you're just comparing numbers (although special damage types such as the stunning Lighting do make things a little more interesting) As for consumables, you never know if a potion or w/e will help and/or hinder you, meaning once again it's entirely up to luck rather than any sort of choice or strategy if it help you.

Oh, and there's no save system. At all.

All in all, this game had a lot of potential, but instead the gameplay is comparable to banging your head against a wall while comparing helmets and popping pills that "might" make it hurt less. What this game needed was something, ANYTHING that might have made the gameplay more complex than dice rolling: Abilities/items to use in a pinch, swapping around weapons, etc etc: anything that would make success less dependant on how lucky you are.

If you're at all thinking of picking up this title anyway, I highly recommend buying another game called One-Way Heroics instead, which in a nutshell is practically like this game with the improvements I just suggested, and at only somewhat more than half the price.
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A 7 de 8 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 14 de febrero
Don't waste your time, game is fueled entirely by RNG. No amount of skill will let you overcome this. I regret that it took me 6 hours to realize this.
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.0 h registradas
Publicado: 20 de diciembre de 2014
Hack, Slash, Loot: A game that has a interesting name and looks fun but is just a nightmare.
Random generated rooms and items based on pure luck that does not exist.
In my personal eperience on the 2 hour i wasted on this i would say dont bother paying a penny or spending a second on it.
Rating this game 0 out of 10 .
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Publicado: 23 de mayo
8,380,416 bytes of awesomeness
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51.0 h registradas
Publicado: 17 de febrero de 2014
A simple vista el precio y los graficos tiran para atras.
Consegeui Hack slash loot en el pack de los rogue like que se hizo, y tarde en darle una oportunmiidad, y mis amigos tambien, no obstante aunque fue el ultimo que probe se covirtió en el mejor de todo el pack indiscutiblemente.

Es un juego muy sencillo, el qual no tardaras mucho en dominar, de hecho lo mas probable que al entrar pienses que es demasiado sencillo y lo aparques, pero en el momento que te pongas en serio a intentar pasarte una pantalla entenderas de verdad el juego, veras que su jugabilidad se centra en el pequeño detalle, y que la dificultad es mas elevada de lo que pensabas y comenzaras a descubrir sus sutilezas.
Los logros son asequibles, menos un par que quizas tengas que proponertelos una tarde, los demas los haras mientras juegas encontrando el equilibrio entre dificultad y cordura, en el qual no te volveras loco para completar ninguno y tampoco te los regalaran sin profundizar en el juego.
En mi caso me aporto 50 horas hasta que senti que habia exprimido su contenido y finalizado los logros.
En resumen recomiendo este juego pero si se encuentra de oferta, original, divertido, rapido y intenso pero tambien caro para lo que ofrece
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7.8 h registradas
Publicado: 6 de abril de 2012
Divertido, pura acción en dungeons en 8bits. Pelea, consigue mejores objetos y completa la misión.
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Publicado: 26 de febrero de 2014
Acepto que el juego tenga un alto componente aleatorio y puedas morir a la primera de cambio si tienes mala suerte, y acepto un interfaz que se pasa de pixel art para resultar bastante más ilegible de lo que debería. Por supuesto, también acepto que el juego sea un Roguelike puro y duro, con movimiento y combate por turnos, etc.

Lo que no acepto es que los mapas sean tan grandes, y que a pesar de su tamaño tengas bien claro qué te vas a encontrar tras abrir una puerta: Entre 2 y 5 enemigos, que probablemente no te hagan nada o te quiten un punto o dos de vida, y suelten un buen puñado de objetos que no te valdrán de mucho, pero que igualmente tendrás que comprobar uno a uno por si encuentras uno que te da un puntito extra de armadura o de daño...

No es que la idea sea mala, muchos juegos se basan en esto, pero en este pasas más tiempo mirando stats que explorando o peleando, y eso no puede ser.

Una alternativa reciente que merece más la pena:
El Sword of the Stars: The Pit resulta bastante más interesante y las partidas son más cortas y entretenidas. Y es igualmente difícil.
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Publicado: 24 de enero de 2014
Aburrido, soso, malo. No merece la pena comprarlo por el precio de venta (quizás sí cuando esté rebajado por los logros y cromos).

PROS:
- Cromos.
- Logros.

CONTRAS:
- Textos en inglés.
- Pésimo.
- Aburrido.
- Caro.
- Difícil.

NOTA: 1/10
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A 144 de 164 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 4 de noviembre de 2014
For a brief moment I couldn't decide whether this game is just too hard or game design is severely flawed.

Now I've come to a conclusion - this game is VERY flawed. It's pure RNG, even the knowledge you gain by trying to beat it will be countered by incredible randomness.

It doesn't give you a sense of progression, you either get lucky or not.
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Publicado: 27 de octubre de 2014
As of this writing, 49% of the reviews for this game are positive. This is frankly, to me inexplicable as this is the worst game in my library of 90 so far. What makes this game obnoxiously bad, egregiously terrible is that it has surface appeal. It deceives the experienced player of roguelikes into thinking that strategic and thoughtful play will be rewarded if one can intuit the subtle rules of the game. Don't waste your time. There is no depth of gameplay here. For example, you find a potion. Will it hurt you or heal you? It's random. It might give you a permanent defect. Or it might heal you. There is no way to tell unless you drink it. Intelligent decision making in this game amounts to not wasting a precious minute of your life on this cynical trap created by a soulless programmer whose only goal was to part you from your hard earned money. It is one of the most offensively designed games I ever played in my life. I am passionate in my hatred of this game. Good day sir or madam.
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Alright, I tried to like this game, I really did. Normally I can get some enjoyment out of rogue-like or rogue-lite games. Hard games are fine. Games like Demon's Souls or Dark Souls? Great fun. But Dark Souls has a design philosophy that makes sense. If you die, it's your own fault. You're punished for your own failures. But this game? It's basically just a coin flip that determines whether you win a fight or not. You're punished for things you have no control over.

I think the biggest point of failure is the lack of a maximum health stat. Sure health is there, but the problem is it is finite, and can only be replenished by picking up a random enchantment from a scroll or potion or what have you. And keep in mind that it's random whether or not you find a scroll and random again whether or not this scroll will heal you. It could even be detrimental and hurt you instead. Basically if you get unlucky and take too much damage in combat? You're hooped. You have no chance. The point of health in most games is to give you a chance to survive even if you get unlucky.

There's additional classes that you can unlock, but the game is so entranced with being obtuse that it doesn't tell you at all how to unlock them. I unlocked one somehow and the game didn't even inform me that I had. I only found out when I returned to the main menu and found another class just sitting there.
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Meh...everything in this game is random. Everything. From the level generation to attacking and being attacked. You could literally die from the first rat you fight if your random luck is bad enough. I started one game where I spawned, opend the first door , and was greeted with about 7 enemies that swarmed me from the surrounding rooms. All of which got to take shots at me while I had to focus on one hoping I could get some quick kills. Of course I "Missed" about the first 4 turns I had so the game lasted 12 seconds before I died. It is basiclaly just a game of chance that you hope you will acquire some fantastic weapon, or gear randomly and you hopefully don't get hit every time you have to fight something before you can hit them. You can't really run away from anything unless you get a double move item.

It's just not that good and I wouldn't recommend it to roguelike fans at all. There is little to no "skill" involved in this game, and you will see no progression in which you feel like you are getting better at the game. If you like playing games that can only be beaten by having a lucky day, thengo for it. If you want a challenge and feel like you beat something based on skill...don't bother.

Idle this game for the cards if you happened to buy it in some crap bundle and don't even bother playing it while you do that.
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Hack, Slash, Loot is a simple dungeon crawling roguelike that keeps everything minimal: the graphics are low resolution, the characters are limited, the story is basic. However, this is not its weakness. The gameplay can be awkward with the mouse, and bearable with the keyboard. What ruins it the most though, is the awful game mechanics where constant misses send your character to the grave randomly, and most of the times prematurely. Sadly, it fails to entertain even those looking for some casual retro fun.
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