I've been eye-balling this game for a while. It looked pretty, it looked fun, but when I played it... it was bad. There are no classes, you're basically the same person, nothing special. Your appearance is randomized every once in a while, but that's it. You crawl around this tiring dungeon, looking for weapons, hats, potions and magic, but that's not very exciting - and they all feel the same. The combat is SUPER-WEAK for a game that claims to be part beat-em'-up. Want combos? No. Want to dish out a sweet move to clear out the bland enemies? Too bad - no.
The combat is basically pressing and holding down the attack button. Trust me, it's not fun. However, some properties are randomized in the weapons each game, and that's a nice little feature, but it doesn't make up for anything. Here's another problem I have with this game - the floors. They're all the same. Yeah, they're randomized, but no matter HOW RANDOM they are, it's just the same, sodding, mossy walls with a few electric looking cubes that also grow old fast. If it weren't for the text, I wouldn't be able to tell where the hell I was. This game is just grinding. Grind. Grind. Not the fun kind, either.
This game has very little variety. The enemies are generic as all hell, the weapons (except for a few) are also generic, and like I said earlier, the floors are generic, and all of the spells are skulls. However, some items weren't very generic, but that didn't make up for anything. The game also tries to be funny, but it just doesn't work. The sense of humor is awful - god awful. A unicorn ♥♥♥♥ting rainbows... ha ha? Oh... there's a robot... but this is a dungeon! Ha... ha?
I hope you get the point.
Also, I wanna point out that the inventory system is a chore. EVERYTHING is in the same menu, so if you're searching for a heal potion, you might accidentally use a sword, and the enemy just might kill you.
Listen, I know making a game is hard, especially under these conditions. I'm not trying to ♥♥♥♥ all over you and your game, but I just don't like it.
2/10 for the graphics.
Posted: November 29th, 2013