Guacamelee! Gold Edition is a Metroid-vania style action-platformer set in a magical Mexican inspired world. The game draws its inspiration from traditional Mexican culture and folklore, and features many interesting and unique characters. Guacamelee!
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Data de lançamento: 8 Ago, 2013

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Hey Gold Edition players,

Just a quick heads-up that we've uploaded new player costumes for four of the game's most notorious NPCs. Steam user Mujizik's lavishly animated reskins are free to download in the Guac Gold workshop. Enjoy!

All versions of Guac are also 80% off until next Monday, April 25. If you're a Windows user who wants to check out the new content in Super Turbo Championship Edition, now's a great chance!

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“Guacamelee isn’t only pretty to look at, it’s also a hell of a lot of fun to play.”
9.1 / 10 – IGN

“The responsive controls and a grin-inducing sense of humor make it near impossible to put down...”
9 / 10 – GameSpot

“Right from the start, Guacamelee! offers up a sugar skull-covered playground to delight in and devour with mucho gusto. It's a game I'll be playing and replaying again for some time to come.”
9 / 10 – Destructoid

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Guacamelee! Gold Edition is a Metroid-vania style action-platformer set in a magical Mexican inspired world. The game draws its inspiration from traditional Mexican culture and folklore, and features many interesting and unique characters.

Guacamelee! builds upon the classic open-world Metroid-vania style of games, by adding a strong melee combat component, a new dimension switching mechanic, and cooperative same-screen multiplayer for the entire story. The game also blurs the boundaries between combat and platforming by making many of the moves useful and necessary for both of these.

Travel through a mystical and mysterious Mexican world as a Luchador using the power of your two fists to battle evil. Uncover hidden wrestling techniques like the Rooster Uppercut, and Dimension Swap to open new areas and secrets.

Key Features

  • Use combat moves for both fighting enemies and platforming challenges
  • Swap between multiple overlapping dimensions (World of the Living and the World of the Dead)
  • "El Infierno" level expansion. Brave the fires of El Infierno and prove yourself in a series of challenges to unlock powerful new costumes for Juan and Tostada
  • Player costumes! Swap costumes to change the attributes of your Hero, and obtain new achievements
  • Steam Achievements, Leaderboards, Cloud Save, and Big Picture Mode
  • Trading Cards
  • Create new custom costumes and share these with others via Steam Workshop
  • Drop in/out 2-Player local Co-operative play for the entire story
  • Chickens. Lots and lots of Chickens

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The definitive new version of Guacamelee! is out now on Steam! It expands on the Gold Edition with new powers, levels and enemies, many improvements to gameplay and graphics, and more adjectives than you can shake a chicken egg bomb at! Click the banner to find out more!

Requisitos do Sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Mínimos:
    • Sistema Operativo: Windows 7, 8, XP, 2000 and Vista
    • Processador: 2 Ghz+
    • Memória: 512 MB de RAM
    • Placa gráfica: Shader Model 3.0, 256 MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Espaço no disco: Requer 800 MB de espaço livre
    • Notas adicionais: Supports Xbox 360 Controller and other XInput-compatible controllers
    Mínimos:
    • Sistema Operativo: OSX 10.7 or later
    • Processador: 2.0+ GHz
    • Memória: 512 MB de RAM
    • Placa gráfica: OpenGL 2.1+, GLSL 1.2+, 256 MB VRAM
    • Espaço no disco: Requer 800 MB de espaço livre
    • Notas adicionais: Supports Xbox 360 Controller and other SDL compatible controllers
    Mínimos:
    • Sistema Operativo: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS or later
    • Processador: Pentium 3 2.0 GHz or better
    • Memória: 512 MB de RAM
    • Placa gráfica: OpenGL 2.1+, GLSL 1.2+, 256 MB VRAM
    • Espaço no disco: Requer 800 MB de espaço livre
    • Notas adicionais: 64-bit Linux requires 32-bit compatibility libraries. Supports Xbox 360 Controller and other SDL compatible controllers.
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yasha_97
( 9.1 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 27 de Junho
fights arent the hardest part on this game, making your way through the map is way harder than the fights.
its funny yeah the music its cool and i liked the art style.
cons: quetzal does not appear i was waiting for him all the game :(
mouseman956
( 0.4 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 26 de Junho
This game is simply the worst game ever
Buy Guns of Icarus Online
( 10.9 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 24 de Junho
Guacamelee! Gold Edition is gorgeous. It's interesting. It's full of pop culture references. It's polished. It's rewarding. It's fun. But most of all, it's challenging, in both good and bad ways.

I'm not usually interested in or any good at brawling games where hit combos are the focus and often the key to victory. I gave up on Arkham Asylum for those reasons. But Guacamelee!'s combat system is relatively easy to learn, remember, and execute (with a gamepad), even as more and more depth is added. The game made me work to, ahem, "get good," and my fingers definitely imprinted some muscle memories onto my brain, but it was worth the mental and digital effort. Beating the marrow out of skeletons is fun! Dying a dozen times at the hands of the same boss can be frustrating, but figuring out the attack patterns and necessary reactions and finally beating the bad guy is so... satisfying. And scoring large combos, while not absolutely necessary for victory, provided me with more upgrade money and therefore incentive to play thoughtfully. I felt less like I was mashing buttons and more like I had a plan, even if I didn't always carry it out perfectly.

The game does a great job of acclamating the player to the additional combat and platforming mechanics that are introduced as the story is told. I was happy to fail in the face of and then adapt to the new challenges. But by the end of the game I had hit my own personal skill ceiling. If you're more skilled than me, well, carry on, my wayward agave farmer, but I had had enough.

The combat and platforming involved in the main story is of moderate difficulty, but some of the optional platforming puzzles and combat challenges are tedious and frustrating, if not almost impossible, especially near the end of the game. While I had failed earlier platforming challenges 30+ times but kept plugging away until I succeeded, I simply gave up on many of the later challenges, particularly in the tree tops and the hallways of hell.

I'm typically a completionist when it comes to achievements, secrets, unlocks, etc., in video games. Like collectable pocket monsters, I want to get them all if I can, even if it takes a large amount of time and effort. But not this time. Sure, revisiting areas to explore previously inaccessible nooks was worth my time. It was enjoyable to do what I couldn't do before. But I'm simply not skilled or patient enough to attain a 100% completion rating.

Guacamelee! broke my will and spirit. It taught me my limits. But it also taught me I could be successful while playing a 2D brawling platformer. No, I'll never unlock all of the achievements. I'll never access that golden elevator. And I'll never collect all the pieces of the Luchador mask. But I had fun beating one boney ♥♥♥ after another after another.
Tyler3Killer
( 1.4 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 24 de Junho
Great Game!
Lord McSmith
( 10.7 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 24 de Junho
The short of it: Guacamelee delivers a satisfyingly solid metroidvania experience while maintaining an aesthetic and an identity all its own.

Mechanically, It's a relatively simplistic game that never bothers to introduce much in the way of equipment or character upgrades. Beyond the obligatory health and energy boosts, there are scant few abilities to be found as you scale impossibly tall trees and chicken your way through ruins saturated with lava, but the game draws out its platforming sections to such a frankly absurd scale that what abilities it does give you never start to feel tired. In that vein, the level design is demanding, but also quite forgiving. Falling off platforms never puts you back more than a few seconds, and the intuitive map makes backtracking for hidden items surprisingly painless. Combat is frantic but solid, the soundtrack full of energy. The references to nerd culture populate the latin-styled environments like elderly people at a nude beach, but unlike Old Man Wallace, they remain happily in the background, never forcing you to appreciate them, and the game's off-beat humor holds up all the way through the end credits.

Buy it full price or on sale, whatever fits your budget. You'll be glad you did.
The Mayor
( 29.4 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 23 de Junho
This game is awesome! A bombastic, colorful, tight brawling experience. The hard mode has the perfect balance of difficulty and satisfaction. Have fun kids
BOT Curry
( 0.3 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 21 de Junho
I pirated this game a while ago and recently bought it for real so don't judge by playtime, but this game is superb. Excellent metroidvania with melee fighting mechanics (as one can guess from the title). I haven't tried super turbo but hey at least this version is on Mac...
curliot
( 15.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 20 de Junho
Played through this one in a few days and had a good time. Those who know smash bros will easily get along with the fighting style which includes massive movement.
The metroidvania-like backtracking is quite limited and not needed to complete the story if i remember correctly.
The secret passages often include some tricky platforming and fighting challenges which some people consinder too unfair to enjoy. On the other hand, some challenges are just complicated mazes and I did not feel bad looking up the right way, as this has nothing to do with enjoyable gameplay imo.
The ending is a bit anticlimatic and the story as a whole is quite underwhelming, but that's not what should keep you playing.

All in all it is a great platformer, spiced with some neat close combat fighting passages. Replayability is limited though.
potamia_apoel
( 3.8 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 20 de Junho
Currently enjoying this fun little game. Fun storyline, fun dialog, fun easter eggs, fun gameplay. What more could you want?
Sanctus Stercus
( 4.2 hrs em registo )
Publicada: 19 de Junho
I really wanted to like Guacamelee. I really did.

The combat is fun, the art design is great, and the gameplay is usually fun. I was really enjoying myself...until the last few levels.

There are so many bad design choices. Like, "Let's give an ability you can't dodge and have the final boss spam it in his first stage" or "Let's make new enemies with lots of damage to challenge the player" or "Let's make a ton of platforms, but hear me out, they're really tiny and enemies are knocking you off those platforms constantly. Fun, right?!"

It's funny. It's well-drawn and animated. The last few levels are ♥♥♥♥. Absolute ♥♥♥♥.
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Guacamelee! Gold Edition is gorgeous. It's interesting. It's full of pop culture references. It's polished. It's rewarding. It's fun. But most of all, it's challenging, in both good and bad ways.

I'm not usually interested in or any good at brawling games where hit combos are the focus and often the key to victory. I gave up on Arkham Asylum for those reasons. But Guacamelee!'s combat system is relatively easy to learn, remember, and execute (with a gamepad), even as more and more depth is added. The game made me work to, ahem, "get good," and my fingers definitely imprinted some muscle memories onto my brain, but it was worth the mental and digital effort. Beating the marrow out of skeletons is fun! Dying a dozen times at the hands of the same boss can be frustrating, but figuring out the attack patterns and necessary reactions and finally beating the bad guy is so... satisfying. And scoring large combos, while not absolutely necessary for victory, provided me with more upgrade money and therefore incentive to play thoughtfully. I felt less like I was mashing buttons and more like I had a plan, even if I didn't always carry it out perfectly.

The game does a great job of acclamating the player to the additional combat and platforming mechanics that are introduced as the story is told. I was happy to fail in the face of and then adapt to the new challenges. But by the end of the game I had hit my own personal skill ceiling. If you're more skilled than me, well, carry on, my wayward agave farmer, but I had had enough.

The combat and platforming involved in the main story is of moderate difficulty, but some of the optional platforming puzzles and combat challenges are tedious and frustrating, if not almost impossible, especially near the end of the game. While I had failed earlier platforming challenges 30+ times but kept plugging away until I succeeded, I simply gave up on many of the later challenges, particularly in the tree tops and the hallways of hell.

I'm typically a completionist when it comes to achievements, secrets, unlocks, etc., in video games. Like collectable pocket monsters, I want to get them all if I can, even if it takes a large amount of time and effort. But not this time. Sure, revisiting areas to explore previously inaccessible nooks was worth my time. It was enjoyable to do what I couldn't do before. But I'm simply not skilled or patient enough to attain a 100% completion rating.

Guacamelee! broke my will and spirit. It taught me my limits. But it also taught me I could be successful while playing a 2D brawling platformer. No, I'll never unlock all of the achievements. I'll never access that golden elevator. And I'll never collect all the pieces of the Luchador mask. But I had fun beating one boney ♥♥♥ after another after another.
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Publicada: 11 de Junho
Awsome references
Awsome music
Awsome art
Awsome game
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This is exactly the kind of gem that flourishes from indie companies. Never before have I played a game that fuses platforming, metroidvania, and combat together so well. There's secret passages and hidden collectibles to encourage you to explore and revisit areas, and even a whole secret ending if you explore enough. The combat is quick and simple, but has a lot of depth and flexibility, which is basically perfect for a fighting game. Hard mode is a legitimate combat challenge at times, too, which makes it feel like you really had to fight through the game.

What sets this game apart from other metroidvania games is...its humor. I've really not found a game that actually made me laugh more than this. The writers really knew what they were doing with the characters, and all the jokes are sort of off-hand remarks that you don't expect. Plus there's tons of video game and pop culture references, but almost entirely in the background on signs. Seeing strong bad as an actual mexican wrestler is nice to see, and you have to laugh/cringe at the Rage Comic Era Memes™ set up to fight each other in a wrestling match.

And it has co-op, too!

This entire game is a real breath of fresh air from standard stuff, and I wish there was more of it.
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The short of it: Guacamelee delivers a satisfyingly solid metroidvania experience while maintaining an aesthetic and an identity all its own.

Mechanically, It's a relatively simplistic game that never bothers to introduce much in the way of equipment or character upgrades. Beyond the obligatory health and energy boosts, there are scant few abilities to be found as you scale impossibly tall trees and chicken your way through ruins saturated with lava, but the game draws out its platforming sections to such a frankly absurd scale that what abilities it does give you never start to feel tired. In that vein, the level design is demanding, but also quite forgiving. Falling off platforms never puts you back more than a few seconds, and the intuitive map makes backtracking for hidden items surprisingly painless. Combat is frantic but solid, the soundtrack full of energy. The references to nerd culture populate the latin-styled environments like elderly people at a nude beach, but unlike Old Man Wallace, they remain happily in the background, never forcing you to appreciate them, and the game's off-beat humor holds up all the way through the end credits.

Buy it full price or on sale, whatever fits your budget. You'll be glad you did.
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Too much Mexico
7.8/10 - IGN
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Luchadores, galinhas, um bode falante, muitas piadas (muitas MESMO), milhões de referências ao universo geek (Castlevania, Megaman, Metroid, Donkey Kong, Zelda e por ai vai), trilha sonora incrível, da pra jogar cooperativo, desafios na medida certa, história divertida e mais uma infinidade de coisas.

Vale cada centavo gasto, mesmo fora de sale. Um dos melhores jogos (se não o melhor) que já comprei na steam! :-)
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É o Metroid que a Nintendo não lançou + o Castlevania que a Konami abandonou.
O coop é meio tenso pois tem varios momentos que tem que ser sincronizado, mas ainda assim é ♥♥♥♥!
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Recomendo, fortemente um dos melhores sidescrollers do ano. Recomendo tbm jogar com gamepad
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Guacamelee is one of the best Metroid/Castlevania clones ever released, expertly using the formula: unravel the map, find places you can't reach, proceed the storyline, earn new abilities, backtrack to previously unreachable areas of the map where upgrades are hidden.
The great thing about the best metroid clones is how gradually the new features, skills, abilities are thrown into the mix, so as when get the hang of the latest new ability, soon you'll be unlocking a new one, and it's a blast to mix all the abilities in both combat, and exploration. Talking about exploration, this game is so filled with easter eggs and nods to other games and pop culture that you'll start to pay attention to every inch of the screen trying to get them all.

Aiding the tried and tested mechanics is a great cartoony art style, spicy mexican themed with surprisingly beautiful backgrounds and distinct areas, with really entice the will to fully explore the expansive map and all it's nooks and crannies.
Guacamelee manages to feel fresh due to the melee combat which is quite simple, one of the best "easy to play, hard to master" games of the last years.
The steam version also has Steamworks support, meaning you can already download a lot of great new skins to customize your Luchador.

Grab yourself one of the best and most overlooked games of 2013.

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