Skulls of the Shogun é um jogo de estratégia arcade com espíritos de samurais lutando após a morte.
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Data de lançamento: 29/jul/2013

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"Rápido, compacto e ainda assim consistentemente ponderado, não há nada como Skulls of the Shogun -- e, para mim, ele conquista seu lugar entre os melhores do gênero." -- Eurogamer

"Skulls of the Shogun é o Wu-Tang Advance Wards" - Kotaku

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Sobre este jogo

Esmague seus inimigos e devore suas caveiras! Skulls of the Shogun é um jogo de estratégia de turnos de ritmo rápido, supercarregado com uma pitada de jogo de luta e com recheio duplo de senso de humor! Entre na vida após a morte samurai e junte suas forças com guerreiros mortos-vivos, monges mágicos e poderosos generais samurais bigodudos!

Funções Caveirosas:
- Lindamente desenhado e animado a mão! Veja em ação!
- 4 monges animais mágicos para descobrir e dominar!
- 24 níveis de história épica para um jogador! Por que o General Akamoto não é respeitado!?
- 4 deuses e 6 generais, todos com personalidades distintas!
- Até 4 amigos podem lutar ao mesmo tempo!
- Envie seus movimentos turno por turno no modo Caveiras em Qualquer Lugar!
- Aumente o poder do seu exército com demônios letais!
- Ganhe experiência, emblemas e crédito com o sistema de progressão!
- Ilha BÔNUS com tropas persistentes e o Monge Tanuki!
- Fácil de aprender, difícil de dominar. Desafie seus amigos!
- Trilha sonora distinta de batidas samurais!
- Igual um desenho animado de sábado de manhã - com dentes!

Requisitos de sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP + Service Pack 3
    • Processor: Intel Celeron 440 2.0GHz / AMD Athlon 64 3300+
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0 graphics card, Nvidia GeForce 7300 / ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 or better
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB HD space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Snow Leopard 10.6.8, 32/64-bit
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+ support (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
    Minimum:
    • OS: glibc 2.15+, 32/64-bit. S3TC support is NOT required.
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+ support (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB HD space
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Old Leafy Beard
( 10.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 29 de junho
Fun little time sync with a wicked sense of humour, got it on sale and feels like a total bargain
かふう ちの
( 14.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de junho
Despite being a rather old game , i find that this game is still fun and hard for old who didnt tried it or havent played strategy games before this might be a good start as the controls are easy to learn and easy to execute. This game also has a unique storyline and interesting one. i would definetely say that this game is worth its price tag
Chichi
( 61.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 12 de junho
This is a really nice 2D turn-based strategy game. If you like XCOM or Invisible Inc., you should give a try. The mechanics of the game are simple but allow a tremendous range of strategies. The difficulty ramps up smoothly and there is a nice tutorial. Through the story you will have to adapt your gameplay because there are many surprises and changes happening. The monks are a very nice feature that gives many possibilities to play the game. Then the game doesn't get boring even though some levels are quite long. Also the humor and the twisted story keeps the game entertaining.

It is a pity that the multiplayer is almost dead. My main cons is the grinding you need to do to get all the achievements once you have finished the game.
tushar
( 59.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de maio
A little samurai-mischief.
Diablo Neruda
( 8.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 11 de abril
+ works with an Xbox controller. Cute art design.

- A strategy game that feels more like a puzzle game, there's no flexibilty in how to win. Plays like a mobile port.
The Atomic Penguin
( 9.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 19 de março
A very cute, casual RTS-lite. It has an enjoyable feel and a good unique-feeling premise, and it's just fun to play.

I recommend this to anyone looking for a fun enjoyably simple game that won't bog you down with super-complicated resource management. The mechanics of gameplay here are quite simple, and the game is very easy to pick up and play. Skulls of the Shogun is also humorous enough and fun enough to keep you playing thru to the end. It also tells a story as you progress thru the game, which is a nice touch.

Even though I rate this as a casual game, some missions can get the best of you. There is some thinking involved in how you approach each mission, and the same approach may not work each time. There are a limited amount of resources to gather and manage each mission, so spend that rice wisely.

Pick it up, play it, and have fun! Remember to protect your General. If he dies, game over. And save some rice for a last minute revive or summon. And don't forget to convert skulls in order to deny the enemy from eating them. This will help you more than any other strategy.
Whinro
( 25.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 8 de março
Left it on all night on accident, friend was asking me to play games all night. 10-10
Reap
( 14.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 17 de fevereiro
Good game but too short. I imagine it would be a decent time killer on the bus or whatever.
Snus
( 4.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 11 de fevereiro
I really tried to like the game (started it two times a couple years ago and just now), but it's too boring and primitive for a turn based strategy.
JorgeAAD
( 14.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 3 de fevereiro
Conheci este jogo no final de 2013, achei a ideia magnifica, não sou muito fã de jogos de estratégia, mas este é um jogo simples, onde reforça que a defesa é o melhor ataque.
Só faltou mais niveis pra esse jogo ser nota 10.
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61.3 horas registradas
Publicada: 12 de junho
This is a really nice 2D turn-based strategy game. If you like XCOM or Invisible Inc., you should give a try. The mechanics of the game are simple but allow a tremendous range of strategies. The difficulty ramps up smoothly and there is a nice tutorial. Through the story you will have to adapt your gameplay because there are many surprises and changes happening. The monks are a very nice feature that gives many possibilities to play the game. Then the game doesn't get boring even though some levels are quite long. Also the humor and the twisted story keeps the game entertaining.

It is a pity that the multiplayer is almost dead. My main cons is the grinding you need to do to get all the achievements once you have finished the game.
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15.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 27 de fevereiro de 2015
Muito bom. Jogo de táticas por turno em que você controla um Shogun e seu exército no pós-vida. Diria que é perfeito, não encontrei nenhum ponto negativo. Se você gosta deste estilo de jogo vai gostar de Skulls of the Shogun. O jogo começa bem fácil e vai ficando cada vez mais difícil em um paço bom, ficando perverso nos últimos níveis. Ao tentar completar os últimos cenários marcando a melhor pontuação não serão só suas unidades que perderão a cabeça.
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24.5 horas registradas
Publicada: 3 de setembro de 2013
Quer rir o tempo todo?
- Esse é o jogo
Quer um jogo de estratégia?
-Esse é o jogo
Quer um jogo demorado?
-Esse é o jogo
Quer um jogo com fator replay?
-Esse é o jogo
Quer um jogo com conteudo online?
-Esse é o jogo

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23.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 5 de agosto de 2013
After playing through the full (post early access) release, the verdict is in and I can confidently say that Skulls of the Shogun is a winner. This quirky turn-based strategy game seems simple at first, but there are actually some surprisingly deep levels of nuance and complexity beneath the surface. You play as a Japanese swordsman General who is trying to reclaim his stolen identity in the afterlife. The art style is very unique and really well done. The cast of characters and story are also very cool. The dialogue, in particular, is a highlight. I wasn't expecting much from that aspect of a seemingly simple strategy game, but I was pleasantly surprised at how funny and entertaining it was.

So the aesthetic portions of the game are definitely good, but what of the actual gameplay, you ask? In short, it's pretty damn good. Gameplay is turn based, but on each turn you have 5 "orders" that can be performed. Your team is comprised of various types of units (warriors, cavalry, archers), each of which has their own strengths and weaknesses. Instead of moving on tiles like other strategy games, the actions in this game are more free-roaming. Units are able to move anywhere they want, within a certain radius, and are also able to continue moving after performing an action, which adds to the level of strategy involved. One of your main goals is to eat the skulls of defeated opponents, which restores health. However, if a unit is able to eat 3 skulls, they transform into a Demon, which enables them to perform 2 actions per turn, which is a huge advantage. Gameplay becomes a delicate balancing act of attacking, positioning and staying alive long enough to power up.

Outside of these main elements, there are a number of other nuances (summoning monks with special powers, forming spirit walls, environmental hazards, deciding when to bring your general into battle, and more) that add many layers of complexity to the basic strategy. Every level seems to provide some new elements to learn or deal with, and this keeps the main campaign fresh from start to finish. There's no padding at all. The main campaign lasts several hours (more if you play on a higher difficulty or attempt to complete the set of special goals for each level) and is worth the price of admission alone. In addition, the game also features online, local and asynchronous multiplayer matches. So there is plenty of content here for both casual and competitive types.

All in all, this game is solid and brings some really cool twists to the turn-based strategy genre. If you are into that type of thing, pick this one up. And if not, well, this could be the game that makes you a fan. Check it out.
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9.2 horas registradas
Publicada: 30 de dezembro de 2013
Skulls of Shogun is a surprisingly great game of 2013 for me. With the rise in popularity of Turn Based Strategy (TBS) games, It can be difficult for Skulls of Shogun to stood out among the other quality TBS games such as XCOM, Civilization V, and so on.

Still, with its quirky art style and fairly witty humor that is set in Samurai's afterlife, Skulls of Shogun features a well designed and carefully balanced mechanics, I find Skulls of Shogun to be very enjoyable game to play. At the same time, the game tries to introduce a gridless movement system where your unit's movement range is denoted by a white circle with a fixed radius, I find this innovation to a decent change that works well to be an alternative to the typical grid system found in a lot of TBS games. Combining with the cross platform compatibility with iOS, one could even play this game on the go. While Skulls of Shogun looks like a mobile port, it felt more like a PC game with reasonable amount of depth despite having a rather small unit roster. Each unit has its own unique role that can be useful in the right hands. Personally, I find the PC version's UI to be pretty decent and mouse friendly while it is equally playable on a touch screen.

If you like Turn Based Strategy, give Skulls of Shogun a go if you have the chance. You could find yourself putting a couple of hours into this indie gem.
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25.3 horas registradas
Publicada: 14 de setembro de 2013
Skulls of the Shogun is a turn based strategy game with a surprising amount of tactical depth. Units are varied - samurai, cavalry, archers and four types of magic using monks - all with different strengths and weaknesses. Positioning of units is important, because they can counter attack in certain situations, and can also be knocked off ledges for an instant kill. Eating the skulls of dead enemies regains health and increases max health, while controlling rice gardens and shrines lets you summon extra units. The game is challenging, because on most levels you are outnumbered and surrounded, but at the same time well balanced, because each side can only move 5 units per turn. However, any unit that eats three skulls unlocks an extra attack per turn. The game has a wacky sense of humour, particularly with its amusing text only dialogue and animation style. The singleplayer campaign is quite long and very stable. Definitely worth checking out.
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9.2 horas registradas
Publicada: 20 de novembro de 2015
A Masterpiece !

Skulls of the Shogun is a 2D Turn-Based Strategy game. This game has a colorful cartoon style that makes it enjoyable and visually friendly.

With a comic and a good story, it takes place in the ancient Japan. The story begins in the battlefield, after the "General Akamoto" (you) got betrayed by one of his lieutenants. Stealing your name and your sword.

In the afterlife, your mission is recover your name and get your revenge against the imposter.

Fighting against undead and rival clans through many challenging levels.

Talking about gameplay, every team has 5 moves per turn, 3 different kind of soldiers and 3 kind of wizards plus a general, game ends when you kill the enemy general. Every character has its own hability and battle stats.

Soundtrack is well made, relaxing and smooth.

Co-op featur it's a funny experience, up to 4 players you will have a good time with your friends.

A lot of fun packaged in this great game, definetily a must have.

10 / 10


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72.9 horas registradas
Publicada: 26 de janeiro de 2014
Unfortunately, little do the bulk of TBS addicts know about this rare gem bringing a nice change of pace. Many consider it as a spiritual successor of Advance Wars, and it is in many ways yet by being a truly unique experience in the even rarer ''cartoony TBS'' sub genre. Don't get it wrong: despite its ( marvelous ) cartoony construct & hilarious dialogues ( really ), Skulls of the Shogun also shines via a lenghty campaign of well drawn maps.

Overall strategy and multiple tactics may seem basic, but ways to win versus enemies ( AI or multiplayer ) require the full attention of veteran players as well. It's not perfect on crowded bottlenecks when trying to command orders, some little glitch here and there, though nothing to alter an otherwise joyful turn based combat.

Pros: vivid cartoony construct and turn based combat mixed pretty well; lenghty campaign and multiplayer modes; hilarious dialogues; great audio track.

Cons: ordering units when crowded like sardines; some questionable unit range versus obstacle placement.

Bottom line: Highly recommended. ''OSHUDA''
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2.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 17 de agosto de 2013
Funny and deep, Skulls of the Shogun is a deceptively shallow take on turn-based tactics. It's has a lot to offer for new players and veterans alike.
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38.2 horas registradas
Publicada: 9 de março de 2014
Skulls of the Shogun is another indie turn based tactics game. This is a fun game to play because the levels are short and packed with action and tough decision making. It’s also easy to learn and play because there is no hex counting, no charts, and no tables. It has special objectives for completionists including a time attack trial and a developer commentary for all 20 levels.

I like this game because individual levels are short. The long levels can be 30 minutes but you can easily finish most within 15. Skulls doesn’t waste time with load outs or gear management. The only thing you need to manage is your troops and your rice (a currency to buy units). You manage your units with five orders each turn. Activating a unit takes an order. Most decisions are simple yet tough. Do you deal damage? Do you take crucial economy or troop producing buildings? Do you eat skulls to upgrade your troops? Do you provide other units protection from knock back?

Many turn based tactics games rely on special attack and armor types. In Skulls you won’t need to memorize the latest version of rock-paper-scissors. Attacks are easy to understand. Units deal damage and armor subtracts it. No long time investments studying maximum efficiency. Though it is a tactics game and so if hyper efficient decision making is what you like then you’ll be glad to know that each level is scored, even including leaderboards. Each level also has alternate secondary objectives such as winning without losing any units.

On the negative side I think knock back while intuitive often felt a bit fuzzy. An attack that I thought for sure would knock an opponent over an edge just barely hangs on and vice versa. Also while it’s fun that individual levels are short it would have been nice to have more than 20 levels to play through. Because it’s possible to play through the game in less than ten hours that means Skulls relies a lot on it’s great replayability.

Due to it's campaign length I think the $14.99 asking price might be a bit much but this is definitely a great purchase at $10.
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