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Throw fireballs, call down lightning, and summon volcanoes to defend your hive from annihilation! For years you've trained under the great wizard Bumbledore in the hallowed halls of Honeyhold Keep, preparing for a day like this.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 15 Mar 2012
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Throw fireballs, call down lightning, and summon volcanoes to defend your hive from annihilation!

For years you've trained under the great wizard Bumbledore in the hallowed halls of Honeyhold Keep, preparing for a day like this. Beezelbug, the most promising and ambitious young wizard of his generation, has returned from a long journey through distant lands and dark teachings. He brings with him an army of ferocious bugs, their greedy minds filled with promises of magical power. Your master has gone missing. Can you repel Beezelbug's evil horde?

Key features:

Master the flows of magic!
Clear grouped invaders with explosive fireballs and dismantle tight ranks with piercing ice spears. Fling ball lightning into loose enemy lines and summon bolts from the sky to interrupt airborne ambushes. Time meteors carefully to maximize destruction or hold invaders in place with magical blades of grass. Channel magma from the earth to melt enemy armor.

Conquer stages with logic, skill, and force!
Develop a game plan to exploit your enemies' weaknesses. Aim your spells carefully for maximum impact. Shatter ice bugs and knock fireflies into enemy ranks to create devastating combos. Clear dozens of enemies with a perfectly placed spell to earn bonus points and unlock expert stages.

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    • SO: PC, Mac (Windows 7 / Vista / Vista 64 / XP / OS X)
    • Procesador: 1.0 Ghz
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 100 MB espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 64 MB de VRAM
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You know, I had just scrolled right past this game for quite some time, but, a couple months back i wound up getting Bumbledore in a bundle. I have a son who i figured might possibly enjoy it due to the cartoony graphics and what SEEMED to be a Plants vs. Zombies style of gameplay. But i was wrong, It is nothing like plants vs. Zombies.
This game is basically an Angry Birds clone where instead of flinging yourself at your enemies, you have magical attacks. It's a pretty straightforward fame in that aspect. While i haven't spent enough time wiht the game to give it a full review and give my whole opinion on the game, I have spent enough time to give my first impressions of it, and that impression is that it is a great game. Not bad at all.
If i were to rate it from 1-10 right at this moment, i would definitely give it a 7.5-8. In th genre this game belongs to, Bumbledore is definitely a leader of the pack.
Publicado: 9 mayo 2014
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You know those chain-reaction type flash games? This is somewhat like that, but with spells and enemies. You have a certain number/type of spells each level, and you have to use these to defeat as many enemies at once as you can to rack up combos. If you're looking for a game that is particularly deep, long, or spits out easy Steam achievements, this isn't it. I'm already on the third and last set of levels, and I've put only 35 minutes into the game. However, it's an enjoyable enough experience that I'll go back and try to get a better ranking on the levels. Mowing through enemies in the most efficient way possible is pretty fun.

One thing that strikes me as a bit odd is that there are a lot more achievements in the game than there are on Steam. Steam only seems to have retained the hardest achievements. As I said, this is only an issue if you want to do some easy achievement hunting. In the end, this is a good, simple, and even unique experience. It is too short-lived to be worth even five dollars, unfortunately. Recommended with reservations. Get it on sale.
Publicado: 5 marzo 2014
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Do it.
Publicado: 19 agosto 2014
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Publicado: 16 abril 2014
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No hats games sucks.
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None of the other reviews for this game seemed very descriptive so I have decided to review it. I'm not sure what I was expecting from this game, but I didn't get it. I completed all of the levels (except for the few bonus ones that I didn't unlock through normal gameplay) in an hour. Sadly, I was just glad that it was over. The graphics are great, but the gameplay is very simple. It plays extremely similar to many iPhone apps. There's some nicely created single-frame cutscenes at the beginning to warm the player up to the game's universe.

You progress through a series of levels, in three different worlds (with a fourth promised soon), and can get up to three honeycombs as a ranking -- this game's version of the three stars used in many similar games. You defend against enemy bugs using about five different spells, with each level allowing usually one or two specific spells. Spells are cast using a mouse movement, such as a downward stroke from the clouds for lightning or a rightward stroke from around your character for fire or ice. Some enemies explode, or release icicles, allowing for combos which are needed for high scores and to conserve your limited spell reserves.

Initially, the enemies simply serve as target practice to launch your spells and get a feel for the game, but as you progress through the levels, they start moving towards your base in larger numbers. If one enemy gets past, or you run out of spells before all enemies are defeated, you lose. Most levels I was able to clear in one try, with a few taking multiple tries. If you wanted to shoot for perfect rankings, though, the game would be a challenge.

...and that's about it. To me, this game was hardly worth my time playing, let alone shelling out $5 for. Fortunately, I believe I purchased the game on sale for something like $1.25 or $2.50. Bumbledore is not necessarily a bad game, and you might even enjoy the game for a short time, but I cannot personally recommend it for purchase or play.

Best regards,

- johnmyster
Publicado: 19 enero 2014
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