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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Variados (611 análisis) - El 48% de los 611 análisis de los usuarios sobre este juego son positivos.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 5 abr. 2012

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Acerca de este juego

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 39 de 50 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
3.4 h registradas
Publicado el 12 de diciembre de 2015
Simple is not always good. A game needs to offer its players enough options to form strategies against whatever challenges are posed. Otherwise, you're just playing a glorified slot machine. I don't think the folks behind Hack, Slash, Loot understood this because they made a dungeon crawler that has classes with no skills and loot with no inventory.

The game dumps you straight into a cluttered, pixellated menu where you pick your class and your quest, and then get dumped into a crowded, nondescript dungeon. The perspective is a weirdly squished 2D where tiles are twice as wide as they are long, which crams the otherwise pleasant character sprites too close together. As you navigate the random floors and rooms, you'll find items like weapons, armor, potions, and scrolls laying around. Gear can only be swapped with what you already have, with the stat change shown in the corner when you mouse over items. Similarly, consumables are used the moment you pick them up, and their purpose is obfuscated in an annoyingly Nethacky way so you don't know what they'll do for sure until you use them.

These are all corner cases for those times that you're not beset by monsters. HSL is packed to the brim with things that want to kill you, while offering absolutely no tactical options for killing them back besides funnel them through a doorway. While this isn't terribly different from many old-school roguelikes, the distinct lack of healing items or reliable gear upgrades is. Everything appears to be randomized in the extreme, and with no inventory, there's no way to store potions or food until you actually need it. There's not even a guarantee any will appear, because I've definitely had runs end on the first floor because literally no healing options were offered.

Imagine playing Diablo without skills, potions, or inventory, and you get a very basic idea of how flawed HSL is. Streamlined roguelikes are an excellent idea because many of the classics go way too far in their complexity, but this completely overshoots the mark in the opposite direction. Nothing you do in this game will effect whether or not you win, and there's not even any sort of overarching progression system to make losing worthwhile. With all the clever, interesting roguelikes on Steam now, Hack, Slash, Loot is better left forgotten.
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A 25 de 35 personas (71%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2 personas han encontrado divertido este análisis
0.8 h registradas
Publicado el 7 de noviembre de 2015
While this is a part of a trend, I really wanted to like the game as it seemed to have potental but it seems to have wasted it in various ways.

I don't mind the graphics, but a glaring thing is the lack of variety in tilesets. The spites/animation are pretty basic.

Music isn't too bad

Now for the big beef; Roguelikes are random but this takes it to absurd levels as fights often devole into flurries of "MISS!" and prying the enemy doesn't get lucky with his hit and/or damage.

The items aren't so random as some claim as there's hints as to their effects, the Gyphs on some quests on the other hand.... yeah pretty random. But there's not much of a stockable healing item to be seen nor a passive healing ability that often appears in some games.

These things combine to make a quest often an exercise in futility as unless you get lucky, you'd get worn down and dead on the first floor. Not exactly fun.

So consider yourselves warned before trying to get this.
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.6 h registradas
Publicado el 5 de abril
I agree with all of the negetive posts. I got this game thinking it was a real rogue like. It is a random mess. Some tweaking would fix, I thought the devs might even do that, but no updates. Please buy Pixel Dungeon or Dungeons of Dredmore. I have gotten quite a bit of entertainment out of them.
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2 personas han encontrado divertido este análisis
9.8 h registradas
Publicado el 23 de abril
Miss, miss, miss, miss, miss, miss, miss, miss, miss, miss, -7
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A 5 de 8 personas (63%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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2.6 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de marzo
This is RNG hell. You can die on the first enemy that's spawn next to you at the start, or a little later. Too much luck based to be anything good. Music is nice (when it doesn't forgets to play it)
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