Max: The Curse of Brotherhood es una aventura cinemática repleta de puzles, acción y creatividad. Con un rotulador mágico como única arma, Max deberá enfrentarse al mal en cada rincón de un malvado mundo hostil, con la esperanza de salvar a su hermano pequeño, Felix. ¡Únete a Max en esta gran aventura!
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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood es una aventura cinemática repleta de puzles, acción y creatividad. Con un rotulador mágico como única arma, Max deberá enfrentarse al mal en cada rincón de un malvado mundo hostil, con la esperanza de salvar a su hermano pequeño, Felix. ¡Únete a Max en esta gran aventura!

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3 or newer
    • Processor: Dual-Core 1.6 ghz / AMD Dual-Core Athlon 2.0ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX(r) compatible
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or newer
    • Processor: Intel Core i3, 1.7ghz or faster
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GT 640 / Radeon HD 6750
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX(r) compatible
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A 14 de 14 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
11.0 h registradas
Publicado: 2 de enero
Nos ponemos en la piel de Max para meternos de lleno en la búsqueda de su hermano, al que él mismo ha hecho desaparecer. Argumento sencillo y de aspecto infantil para introducirnos en uno de los mejores plataformas que he jugado últimamente y con el que he quedado gratamente sorprendido.

Excepcional en todos los aspectos. Lo más importante, una jugabilidad exquisita gracias al plataformeo puro y al uso del rotulador mágico para ayudar al personaje a superar los niveles. Sin olvidarnos de las físicas, que también juegan un buen papel. Además, cuenta con bastantes puzzles (no muy complicados) y muchas partes de huídas en las que no podemos perder la coordinación y los reflejos. Entretenido de principio a fin, siendo además un juego que mejora por momentos a medida que avanzas, gracias en parte a la consecución de nuevas habilidades para el rotulador, que no hacen otra cosa que dar más y más variedad a la jugabilidad. Los niveles finales son sencillamente sublimes.

El juego se presenta con unos gráficos y unos diseños espectaculares, con escenarios y niveles variados, muy bonitos y vistosos, que le dan un toque "mágico", manténiendose en todo momento muy estable, sin fallos notables que afeen el apartado visual o jugable. Tan sólo he notado caídas de frame rate en un par de escenarios grandes al final del juego, nada más.

Puede durar unas 7-8 horas sin pararse mucho a conseguir los coleccionables o a sacar logros.

En resumen, un juego IMPRESCINDIBLE para todo amante de las plataformas. Una mezcla de sabores clásicos con ideas nuevas, con una puesta en escena preciosa y un apartado sonoro que, sin destacar mucho, encaja a la perfección. Un juego no muy complicado, que se disfruta mucho de princpio a fin y que irremediablemente deja a uno con ganas de más. Puro amor.

En ofertas se pone por menos de 4€, por lo que merece bastante la pena. Y el que quiera probarlo antes tiene disponible una demo en la propia Steam.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
9.0 h registradas
Publicado: 30 de noviembre de 2014
Juego de plataformas y puzzles protagonizado por un niño llamado Max, que tendrá que valerse de un poderoso rotulador mágico para escapar de un peligroso mundo alternativo en el que su hermano pequeño ha quedado atrapado.

Jugabilidad: Es excelente, la variedad, controles y niveles es muy amplio. Lo mejor del juego son sus escenarios tan detallados y coloridos. Manejaremos a Max el cual posee un rotulador mágico que nos ofrecerá los poderes elementales para poder pasar los niveles y así rescatar a Felix, nuestro hermano pequeño.

Gráficos: Como ya he mencionado, el nivel de detalle de los escenarios es excelente y también la variedad de ellos.

Sonido: El juego está en inglés subtitulado al Español pero las voces están muy logradas y los efectos tanto del agua, fuego y ruidos son muy reales. La banda sonora esta también muy chula.

Duración: El juego me ha durado exactamente unas 7 horas en completarlo aunque me quedan algunos extras (como los ojos). Podría haber sido mas largo pero quizás se hubiera vuelto cansino y repetitivo.

Conclusión: Un gran, rapidísimo juego de plataformas que me ha recordado a Limbo o al Brothers: A tale of two sons (otros juegazos) el cual que me ha gustado mucho y recomiendo totalmente. La historia del juego y sus puzzles (sencillos) pero que te hará pensar varias veces.

Nota Final: 8'5

Jugabilidad: 10/10
Gráficos: 10/10
Sonido: 8/10
Duración: 6/10
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.4 h registradas
Publicado: 5 de diciembre de 2014
Este Max: The Curse of Brotherhood es un juego de plataformas/pluzzles lanzado en diciembre para One y este mayo para 360 y PC. El juego nos cuenta la historia de dos hermanos donde el mayor, que como todo hermano mayor, piensa que bien estaría sin su molesto hermano pequeño, todo esto acaba con el susodicho tragado por un portal.
Nuestra misión consistirá en rescatarlo, a través de un mundo de fantasía.
Como he dicho el juego es un plataformas que añade la característica de un rotulador para quitar, unir, crear plataformas que nos faciliten el avance. Esta base jugable funciona bien y su respuesta es optima en casi todas las circunstancias, y digo casi porque cuando tienes que dibujar algo rápido a veces no te da tiempo y toca reiniciar.
En si el juego es corto, poco rejugable y bastante sencillo por lo que tampoco creo que sea esencial, se lo recomiendo a la gente que llegadas las vacaciones no tenga a que jugar y busque una aventura sencilla y amena.

Donde mas me ha decepcionado es en su apartado artístico, ya que intenta imitar la animación del archiconocido estudio Pixar pero sin conseguirlo, en verdad, cuenta con mas oscuros que claros. Y si hablamos gráficamente el juego no destaca para nada, siendo simplemente aceptable.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.2 h registradas
Publicado: 11 de marzo
Voy a ser resumido porque tampoco interesa leerse la biblia.

Si te gustan los plataformas, los puzzles y te gusta las historias que te contaban los juegos de antes, este es tu juego.

Me ha encantado, es mas es muy recomendable tanto para niños como para adultos, lo recomiendo 100 %, ademas es plenamente rejugable.
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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
5.5 h registradas
Publicado: 17 de noviembre de 2014
Muy bueno, buena ambientación, buena banda sonora y jugabilidad. Me recuerda a Heart of Darkness solo que en este en vez de disparar con un arma y fases bajo el agua en este caso es 100% plataformero con puzzles teniendo que combinar los poderes del rotulador mágico para avanzar o matar a otros enemigos.

Muchas gracias al que me lo regaló. :D
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Publicado: 2 de noviembre de 2014
Having grown up with two younger brothers, I can empathize to Max’s annoyance at his younger brother Felix fiddling with his stuff, making a mess of his room, and seeming to exist only to get on his nerves. I might not have gone so far as to enact an occult rite and banish my brothers to an unknown fantasy world (though I might have wanted to at times), but at least Max realizes the gravity of what he unintentionally did pretty fast and sets off to save his brother from a creepy old man who intends to steal his youth, Gruntilda the Witch style.

A sequel mostly in name and lead character only to Max and the Magic Marker, The Curse of Brotherhood almost entirely ditches the free form drawing that made up the core of its predecessor, opting instead to streamline its mechanics and add a significant amount of cinematic flair, coming together in a far more focused, inspired, and varied experience.

Though it is still referred to as a marker, Max’s tool of choice has been reworked into a powerful instrument with which you can now control various elements in order to help Max traverse through levels. The implementation of this still bares a resemblance to Max’s marker of old, allowing you a small amount of freedom to direct elements into specific shapes and paths, but it’s far more natural and embedded in the experience than before and works well within the constraints of a controllers precision, rarely requiring a great deal of precision and only occasionally imposing any sort of time limit.

The Curse of Brotherhood has rather obviously been designed so as to rarely frustrate the player, or tax them with tricky platforming segments or puzzles, and this simplicity and hand holding is in some ways a bit tedious when the answer is almost always immediately apparent, but overall I actually found the breezy pace rather refreshing. It allowed me to appreciate the gorgeous environments and enjoyably cliched story without many threats or pauses as I got stuck. It provides just enough stimulation to remain engaging, but is accessible enough that it’s a game I could feel confident recommending to a younger player or a parent wanting to play with their child (which is a disappointingly low number of games).

At around 4-5 hours it’s a fairly brisk adventure, but I never felt as if something was cut or missing, nor did any moment feel like needless filler. Every segment is interesting and important to the game, and this consistency and constant variety makes it easy to wind up playing through the entire thing in but a few sittings. That’s not a slight against the game by any means, but a complement to its excellent pacing and inspired level design.

The handful of moments that stand out as poor in my mind are actually those near the end which begin to ask more of the player than before, and the slightly awkward controls have a bit of trouble keeping up. The end boss fight also proved the most disappointing part of the game, with an uninspired encounter that ups the difficulty just enough to be frustrating and would have ended the game on a rather lackluster note had it not been for the charming cutscene immediately following.

It’s probably an understatement to say I was rather taken aback by how much I ended up enjoying The Curse of Brotherhood. Its beautiful scenery pulled me in, and the leisurely platforming and puzzle solving kept me there throughout an experience that continued to surprise me the further I got in. Some may scoff at the low difficulty, but in terms of simple fun and creativity I haven’t played something quite as nice for too long.

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A 10 de 10 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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19.6 h registradas
Publicado: 5 de marzo
This was a fun platformer with a cool draw/erase mechanic to help you overcome some of the physics puzzles in the game. It also reminds me very much of the style of cartoon animation used in such shows as Jimmy Neutron. Looks very much like shows such as that.
The game itself features you, Max, trying to save your little brother from an evil scientist-y guy while avoiding his massive monster henchman, various obstacles, and so on along the way.

The gameplay was fairly seamless and this game was very well done in my opinion. The backdrops/scenery was beautifully rendered, and the animations were spot on. The puzzles, whether run and jump, draw and erase, or whatever, were not too challenging, but also never were boring. I really cant find any flaws with this game, except that maybe the story was a bit lite, but then again, it is set up like a cartoon, so that really isnt surprising necessarily.

All told, I give this game an 8 out of 10. It wasnt amazing, but it was really well done regardless.
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Publicado: 11 de febrero
A game that will make you smile, one of those 'feel good' games.

The game is about two brothers, Felix is the one that gets pulled into a mysterious world after his brother cast a spell to get rid of him. Max(you) in disbelieve as to what happened quickly decides to follow his brother in an attempt to rescue him. The game starts of slowly introducing each mechanic one at the time, the pacing is excellent. You can control natural elements(on fixed positions) within the game world with your magic marker. This is required to get to the end of the level, which are designed very well and look very good in terms of graphics. The puzzles that you need to solve are also well done... though they are not that challenging, but remain fun for players of all skill levels. I like the super hard ones but found myself enjoying this and even getting stuck on some. Having me say to myself when i find the solution "why did i not see that earlier" ,which actually makes me feel dumb instead of smart when i solve it...
There are also hidden items with levels and "eyes" that you can collect. All your character can do is jump and use the magic marker, so be aware that there is no combat is this game. Though there are ways to kill creatures.
It has high quality cinematics and excellent voice acting to go along with it.

If you like adventure platformers with some lite puzzles definitely consider this one.

+High quality cinematics
+Voice acting
+Puzzles
+Fun for all ages
+Interesting platforming
+Just the right length (6-7 hours gameplay)
+Great visuals
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Publicado: 30 de diciembre de 2014
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is the sequel and Max & the Magic Marker. This time around it's a 2.5D experience of Max trying to rescue the brother he accidentally wished would disappear. This time the magic marker can only be used in specific locations and can only draw specific types of aids for Max to accomplish his goals (i.e. water, vines, raise platforms, etc...). There is less freedom than in the last game, but that doesn't stop this game from being a great game. The levels are well set up to allow for good puzzles to be solved and for the platforming portion of the game to be somewhat difficult at times where timing is everything. The graphics are beautiful and the sounds and voice acting is perfect for this type of game. Great fun for kids and adults.
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 27 de octubre de 2014
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a great adventure platformer with solid puzzle gameplay for every member of the family!
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Publicado: 2 de enero
Wow! A nice surprise for $3.74. Beautiful gameplay. Puzzles are easy and very forgiving so far. Love it. One of Steam's hidden gem.
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Publicado: 4 de octubre de 2014
A decent puzzle platformer mixed with Labrynth and starring the Dreamworks Face
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Publicado: 5 de octubre de 2014
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a pretty funny puszzle platformer where you use different kind of magic markers that helps you move forward in the settings of the game. the graphics are gorgeous and fits the game amazingly. the game will propably mostly apeal to kids but if you like platformers and puzzles i dont see no reason why you should cheat yourself of this experience. some of the puzzles are easy but there are some that are more difficult and are quite funny to solve. i think eventhough this game mostly apeal to the younger crowds i think the creaters of this game has made a really original game and that and the graphics certainly kept me hooked til the end eventhough im in the mid 30'ies. i will rate this game 8/10
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Fantasticly fun puzzle platformer. The voice acting and graphics are so rich. I played this game with my children. It's a blast seeing them enjoy the gameplay and the storyline. Plus, the platforming puzzles are challenging enough but not too frustarting. I recommend playing this with a gamepad, as I used the keyboard and mouse and could tell it wasn't quite optimized for that game.
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Ever had an annoying sibling that you wish/wished you could magic away? Well Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will scratch that itch for you!. :P
You'll also have to deal with the consequences of your heinous action, you awful person you, and experience some thrilling platforming and puzzle-solving which will challenge you throughout your journey along the simple but beautifully animated-story. The puzzles themselves are very-well thought out and will make you stop to think as they increase in complexity as you unlock the progressively more powerful (puzzle-solving) abilities that force you to combine and employ them in unconventional ways.
I also didn't find the trial-and-error method to completing some of the potentially aggravating chases and other such sequences to be an impediment to my enjoyment as I still remember gaming on the Atari/Nintendo/Genesis and this was part-and-parcel of the experience back then. Some people may find this 'cheap' difficulty to be off-putting in this modern day and age of gaming but to them I say "Suck it it isn't that hard!" :P
The major issue I did have with the game was with its control scheme where the game is best played with a gamepad where movement is concerned but can be somewhat cumbersome when drawing with the magic marker. With the latter it may be best to use your mouse as it is smoother and more effective and I found myself switching back and forth during the more complicated parts of the game.

Also, all achievements baby, yeah! xD

8/10
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Max is surprisingly good platformer. I wasn't expecting much, but was pleasantly surprised. Although story is very basic it's more than enough. Game mechanics are really great. Sometimes even challenging. Yet the game is quite easy which is not a bad thing. It's also beautiful and I loved how camera changed it's position from time to time to give you the scope of the world. It was a great trick to improve immersion.

It is a solid game. I would definitely recommend it.
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Publicado: 18 de diciembre de 2014
It you liked Trine and Trine 2 this game will be an obvious sequel. As instead of swapping between the character like Trine, you get the full package in one character as you go along. It is not a complete rip off of Trine and Trine 2 as you get to slove the problems in many more ways in Trine, where as Max is a bit more rigid. But saying that if you like Trine and Trine2 this is a game for you.
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Publicado: 9 de diciembre de 2014
A charming little platformer with interesting mechanics and a beautiful artstyle. However if you are looking for an original story and some mind bending puzzles this game is not for you.
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Publicado: 8 de febrero
A polished, well-designed puzzle-platformer with a decent amount of challenge. The controls are tight, the graphics are very well done. Environments are gorgeous and the characters are very well animated, Occasionally, there are some cheap, " no way could you have seen that coming" one-hit-kills but the checkpoint system is generous enough to prevent gamepad tossing. Overall, a very good experience that comes highly recommended to fans of the genre.
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The game has the exact same artstyle as a pixar movie which is kind of... awkward... but anyway, the game is a fun and enjoyable platformer with a magic marker added in as a unique element. For a indie game this has far better graphics and sounds than the usual, or so I thought until I did some research and discovered that the studio has been bought by microsoft. As such, this is not an indie game and cannot be compared with indie games. Taking this into consideration, I have to evaulate this game as being an unpopular and underrated platformer AAA game.
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