Wooden Sen'SeY est un jeu d'action et plateforme, qui se déroule dans un univers "Steam Rock Japonais" unique, rempli d'humour. Vous suivez Goro, un chef de village, en quête de vengeance, à travers une série de niveaux. Il éliminera ses ennemis en utilisant ses haches pour trancher, découper, écraser et s’agripper!
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À propos de ce jeu

Wooden Sen'SeY est un jeu d'action et plateforme, qui se déroule dans un univers "Steam Rock Japonais" unique, rempli d'humour.
Vous suivez Goro, un chef de village, en quête de vengeance, à travers une série de niveaux. Il éliminera ses ennemis en utilisant ses haches pour trancher, découper, écraser et s’agripper!

Wooden Sen'SeY cherche à offrir aux joueurs une expérience de jeu unique, inspirée des mécaniques de jeu old school, tout en incorporant une technologie moderne et de magnifiques graphismes 3D.

Caractéristiques



  • Des mondes exotiques et de magnifiques graphismes 3D.
  • Un gameplay hardcore à l'ancienne!
  • Des musiques géniales et un acteur vocal complétement fou!
  • Un style d'environnement unique pour chaque niveau.
  • Plusieurs chemins pour suivre la voie du Sensei: foncer ou jouer avec grâce!
  • Défis "Dev-Time": battez le temps des développeurs.
  • Un tout nouveau mode Contre la Montre avec 30 niveaux à s'arracher les cheveux!
  • Fonctionne avec manettes USB et Leap Motion

Qui sont les développeurs?


Upper Byte, le studio indé Français derrière Wooden Sen'SeY, est une petite équipe de seulement deux membres: Cédric, la force créative, et Camille, le codeur fou. Leur but ultime est de dominer le monde! Mais pour l'instant, des jeux bien polishés, avec un gameplay old-school hardcore et des beaux graphismes suffiront!

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Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / XP
    • Processeur : 2.0 GHz CPU (Dual Core recommended)
    • Mémoire vive : 2 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : ATi Radeon HD 2400 or NVIDIA GeForce 7600 or better
    • DirectX : Version 9.0c
    • Espace disque : 700 MB d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : DirectX 9.0c compatible
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS 10.6 and higher
    • Processeur : Intel 2.0 GHz CPU (Dual Core recommended)
    • Mémoire vive : 2 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : Geforce 6600 or better, Radeon X1300 or better
    • Espace disque : 700 MB d'espace disque disponible
    Minimum:
    • Système d'exploitation : Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit (Unity2D session preferred) or Ubuntu 12.10 32-bit
    • Processeur : 2.0 GHz CPU (Dual Core recommended)
    • Mémoire vive : 2 GB de mémoire
    • Graphiques : OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM (ATI or NVIDIA)
    • Espace disque : 700 MB d'espace disque disponible
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Desolater IV
( 8.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 26 juin
Produit reçu gratuitement
A Japanese Themed Action Platformer
https://youtu.be/YjZ0qVYXCoQ
+ Fun gameplay that mostly involves platforming and smashing enemies while you try to get your Sake back.
+ Visually, the game looks great in this 2.5D world. Very colorful and detailed with shadows and water reflections.
+ Each level has a different unique environment, and adds new mechanics to keep you entertained
+ Fantastic soundtrack which fits the theme of each level. Loved the Japanese Rock songs
+ Fluid controls (Just a side note, this is the first time i've ever seen a game map an action onto the start button on a controller. It actually worked out well as the X button is to jump and start button is to grapple)

- The downward smash is a bit overpowered. You can easily jump past or smash any enemy in the game without worry while making the normal attack borderline useless.
- The underwater level....was a bit too long and annoying. Your submarine is too large and slow while most of the enemies require you to go even slower and be patient to pass without dying. A bit boring and tedious
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Quint the Globular Springtail
( 4.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 2 mai
Overall a pretty decent game. Feels a bit meh at times, though it's certainly playable and enjoyable.

There is a pretty neat mechanic of pushing off the ground. I wish this were possible multiple times in a row, though it's not.

The final level has a somewhat annoying sequence that you have to get entirely right. You will probably game over a lot there. At least the game starts you back there (rather than making you go through other levels).

The storyline is silly but fits the whimsical aesthetic, so that's a good thing. If anything I think the game might be better served with 2D sprite art because that might have made some things clearer visually.

Overall, the game felt like an interesting experience, despite its flaws, and I was able to get through it to the ending, so it gets a positive recommendation from me.

(Disclosure: I acquired this game as part of the Groupees Build a Greenlight Bundle.)
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Bobaluti
( 1.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 décembre 2015
Recommended only if you can get 3ish dollars cuz its barely 2 hours long, decent game tho i guess. maybe would be good for a child who doesnt kno anything? idk..........sry
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VooK
( 0.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 18 septembre 2015
meh...

don't wanna sound rude or anything but gladly I got this on sale or through bundle sites

10€? meh...

this game ain't all that bad but: you guessed right... meh

maybe it's good that you are allowed to "touch" most enemies unless they do something attack-ish .. but the fighting itself is rather .. meh

I almost thought about quitting.. when the grappling axe ceiling stuff came in .. that swinging momentum might make the game somewhat "faster" .. but if they claim this game was like pow chuu fast .. meh.

the stomp can help in many situations but then again stomping all the time for best results? hmm .. meh

at the end of each level I lacked around 1 bottle or enemy why trying to kill all of them already felt "meh"

I never really used this term before but since I don't wanna be all too cricital because it's not a !§%T§ oh my I spent more than no money on this and some time too .. no, it's not that awful but it's

meh

since the average rating is mixed, and probably wouldn't be affected if I hit no..

I'll say .. go.. for a few euroes .. but on the whole: meh - if you don't have all day for games I guess you might as well play many other platformers first :P and then go "meh" ([for] yourself?) on this one maybe...
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d3sirio
( 2.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 27 juin 2015
The game tries, but it fails to take it home.

The mechanics (short-ranged combat, swinging with rope-axes, bouncing and platforming) are certainly nothing new, but I did enjoy the mix, it felt good. The controls are not very precise in some aspects, but they're bearable. Art direction is nothing to write home about either, but it works.

Then, you start noticing little bugs, like hit detection on enemies or hit detection on your rope swings.
Then, you start noticing little balancing issues, like ranged enemies that have a high enough fire rate to keep you at bay with knockback and kill you unless you glitch it, or rows of 8+ scarcely dangerous enemies inserted as padding right after a checkpoint. They also begin almost every difficult section with an extra life, showing they have no faith in either the audience or their platforming balancing.

And then, the final boss. The final boss made me throw the towel.
Remember all those tactics you learned through the game? Learn how the enemies move and take them out with your axes... Carefully swing around to get that one item so you can get back to 4 health... Explore the environment looking for secret areas... Good, now forget it.
The final boss is nothing like that. The final boss is a runner with no checkpoints and riddled with insta-kill traps. A section like this (which closely resembles Bit Trip Runner with its timing nature) requires tight controls, something that this game doesn't have, and it especially shows in this final stage.
First, you have 10-15 seconds of running, which is padding. Then you have three sawblades on the floor, as wide as your longest jump, so you have to time it perfectly, and I mean 1-2 frame perfect. You can boost-jump through 2 of these but not all 3, because otherwise you'll be too slow before the boss catches up to you.
Then you have some precision jumping (with insta-kill blades in-between), some precision swings (with death void below), and then god knows what because I gave up after the rope didn't hook to the ceiling for the Nth time even though it should've.
What makes it worse is that you have 4 lives and no extra ones can be found in the level (as far as I could manage to last). This means you get a 15 second cutscene after loading the level, then you can die 4 times; when you do (and you will), you're forced to wait about 10 seconds (loading + death screen), then another 15 seconds for the boss cutscene.

Had it been for the early 8 stages I would've suggested this. Nothing exceptional, but it would've worked ok.
The last boss changed the experience from an unremarkable decent one to a memorably annoying waste of time.

Yes, I'll remember you, Wooden Sen'SeY. Good job.
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Manta
( 4.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 juin 2015
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Novibear
( 1.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 1 juin 2015
It's a nice platformer game!

The controls took me a bit to get used to. However I like the look of the game and the weird axe swinging thing.
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fukot.sk
( 12.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 avril 2015
There are 8 levels (+ several small time attack independent levels), each is different, conveniently located checkpoints, good modern cute graphics.
Then comes the 9 levels - final. No checkpoints, small mistake (for example, 0.5 second pause, gap, short rope) and end.
With all my playing time, 1/2-2/3 playtime is only for level 9. Already me, it hurts the fingers (booring).

So the game is beautiful, moderately difficult, fun but short. Trolling is a level 9 - for me insurmountable.

+ generic PC gamepads works
- bug - volume of the music must always be set again (each time you turn on the game is loud).

Level 1-8 (graphics, music, sound, level design) 85-90%, playtime 50% (nice but short, no workshop, no new users levels)
Level 9 - 5% for fun, 100% for trolling

It would be great if the authors devote some time to this game. A level editor would have been great!
The game itself still has untapped potential. Neutral evaluation. But, thx for game.
--

Done 2015-04-15 16.25h playtime: 7,2h (finally)
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Dragon
( 1.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 14 mars 2015
I really feel neutral about this game.

Pros: cute graphics, good music and funny atmosphere. A decent platformer.

Cons: gets a little repetitive, doesn't motivate you to push forward, some parts of the game are really annoying...
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Apparently Kid
( 2.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 5 mars 2015
Not bad, but not as good as I'd hoped it would be. The main character was cute and the story is basically nothing besides a basic premise established the first level. There is no talking. I liked the japanese setting and the music fit the game. Every level was quite varied in look, and featured some sort of new obstacle. Most of the enemies were the same and were rather repeitive, with only 2 real boss fights. The game is super short being a little over 2 hours. There are collectible barrels and list of how many guys you killed for the level out of a certain number, but neither mattered. Once i realized collecting was worthless, I stopped wasting my time. This is Creavures game have the same problem, don't sprinkle collectibles if they literally don't help your character progress or do anything at all. I liked the slam jumping as a component, and the swinging was fun too. They were mechanics not really used in the game and they worked fine. I don't know why people were complaining about swinging or player control, they must have just been idiots that played a side-scrolling platformer without a gamepad, which is on them, not the game. I do wish they wouldn't have relied on the jump slam for every part and fighting every enemy. They make it the only way to hurt people without getting hurt, because swinging your sword is useless. So that means you spend the entire game jump slamming every enemy, which gets repetitive. Sometimes you throw the axe at birds, but thats it. There are throwing stars, which do no damage, and some bombs, but that's basically it. There was collision detection problems, as I would get hit approaching things or even if I landed over them or jumped before them. It was annoying how the game featured only partial controller support and numpad didn't work, as that would have given even more control. The final boss has this super stupid being chased scene where you have to keep slam jumping and swinging, but its stupid because of the analog stick, which you have to be holding to the right, to then switch and move down when you jump while pressing x, and then move back up. I died so many times because the game didn't register the analog stick down, all which could have been avoided with numpad use as an option. Also some levels are ok, but some parts are super stupid with checkpoints and are spaced wayyyyyyyyyyy too far apart. Also it makes no sense with the lives, how you have to restart, you should just get to restart from the last checkpoint like every other platformer since the year 2000 (this isn't mario anymore). So the final part is super stupid because of lack of checkpoints and analog stick. Also jumping shouldn't always have to be a 3 part movement with x and down and square, it just overcomplicates thing. Gameplay, shortness, and repetition weight this samurai down. 7/10.
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A Japanese Themed Action Platformer
https://youtu.be/YjZ0qVYXCoQ
+ Fun gameplay that mostly involves platforming and smashing enemies while you try to get your Sake back.
+ Visually, the game looks great in this 2.5D world. Very colorful and detailed with shadows and water reflections.
+ Each level has a different unique environment, and adds new mechanics to keep you entertained
+ Fantastic soundtrack which fits the theme of each level. Loved the Japanese Rock songs
+ Fluid controls (Just a side note, this is the first time i've ever seen a game map an action onto the start button on a controller. It actually worked out well as the X button is to jump and start button is to grapple)

- The downward smash is a bit overpowered. You can easily jump past or smash any enemy in the game without worry while making the normal attack borderline useless.
- The underwater level....was a bit too long and annoying. Your submarine is too large and slow while most of the enemies require you to go even slower and be patient to pass without dying. A bit boring and tedious
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18.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 mars 2014
Un super petit jeu de plateforme, avec des graphismes magnifiques et des petits personnages ( et monstres aussi) super attachant ! La musique aussi est juste super jolie
Les niveaux sont assez long et variés, et deviennent de plus en plus dur si on level up, ce qui est plutôt cool puisque sa prolonge la vie du jeu.
Le gameplay est un peu compliqué au début, comme les attaques "rodéo" avec le grapin, mais au bout d'une demi heure/ une heure on s'y fait

je le recommande vivement !
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0.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 5 décembre 2013
nice little game good japanese vibe good graphics the controller respond perfecly its a good buy kung fu style iyahhhh
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24.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 mars 2014
Je recommande vraiment ce jeu. Chaque niveau est de plus en plus dur.Il ya plusieurs mode. Un mode aventure et un mode chrono. Le disgne et la musique sont juste magnifique ! Si vous etes fan du pays du soleil levant, je vous le recommande vivement !
Seul bémol à ce magnifique jeu, c'est la prise en main est un peu casse gueule au debut, mais apres un certains temps, on arrive à geré la "bete" lol.
A savoir qu'un niveau peu mettre 15 minutes a se faire tout comme 1h... Car oui, on peu mourir plusieurs fois. C'est rageant mais super drole, donc on recommence sans ce lassé. Profitez surtout du fais que le jeu est pas cher car il est en promot. Jel'ai payer 2.50€ et franchement il les vaut bien.

Ma note pour ce super jeu ? 17/20
Je vous le conseille grandement pour les fans de plates formes, d univers Asiatique et une musique sublime
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Posté le : 24 juin 2014
This game is insane. It's playful and funny and beautiful on one hand, but on the other one it's a hardore platformer that will cause you to lose all your hair and smash your keyboard. So why get it? It has great music and visuals. It's entertaining and funny. It is a challenge to finish it. There's a simple story with which most of us can relate ("They stole our booze!"). If you're a man (or a woman) ready for a frustrating, but rewarding gaming challenge, get it.
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Posté le : 17 septembre 2014
As good as singleplayer sidescrollers get

Beautiful design, great levels, colorful, really smooth gameplay and nice controls. I only don't like the fighting system very much, but that is no big problem, at least not for me. I enjoy every second of this game.

+Pros -Cons
Wonderful graphics Dull fighting system
Nice controls
Smooth gameplay
Lots of colors
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Full review: http://www.cublikefoot.com/review/wooden-sensey-game-review/

If I were to use one word to describe this game, it’d be “rage”. I spent a large amount of time replaying and replaying levels due to my constant deaths. The game is difficult, really, but it’s an amazing experience.

The game started with a very simple story. Badguy shows up, badguy steals goods, goodguy must return the goods. It’s primitive, yes, and not really unnecessary, but it lays the foundation for how the hero goes about getting the goods back. The controls are very simple, with new abilities introduced over time, allowing plenty of time to get used to each ability and its corresponding button. I never found myself mixing up the controls. You end up having access to four different attacks, each with its own advantages. Some of the major attacks have other major uses, like jumping higher, or swinging across the level.

There are a variety of enemies scattered throughout the nine levels of the game. I wasn’t sure if each dealt a different amount of damage, but later in the game, it certainly felt like I was taking more damage by the new enemies being introduced, some even killing me in a single hit. The enemies and obstacles both progressed in difficulty over the course of the game and this was a reasonable pace, up until the final level. The final level was excruciating to complete. That level contained the final boss, who I actually defeated on my second try, but the segment leading up to the final boss was just painful. I died many times in an effort to complete that level. It seemed as if they took the difficulty of the rest of the game and squared it.

Wooden Sen’SeY also featured a water level in which the protagonist traversed an underwater cave in a spherical submarine. This added a bit of variety to the gameplay, but I did not find this level as enjoyable as the normal, land-based levels. The level was a bit annoying at times too, especially near the end, when I had to find my way through a maze of wooden crates infested by enemies.

The game’s graphics were simply stunning. When placed on their highest settings, it was just.. amazing. The style chosen for the landscape, characters, and textures blended well with the platforming genre as a whole. The character models reminded me of Double Fine’s “Stacking”, but in a more “cartoon” way. The game’s music was also great, and makes me wonder if there is a soundtrack available?

Wooden Sen’SeY’s primary fault is the length of the game. It took me roughly two hours to beat. That’s nowhere near the amount that I wanted, but it was an enjoyable two hours nonetheless.

Wooden Sen’SeY also has a time attack mode, which consists of 30 small stages that truly test your platforming skills. I still find myself stuck on a single one, because I cannot pass it fast enough, but this mode does add some extra length to the game. It reminded me of Rayman’s time attack modes, on a smaller scale. These stages are surprisingly difficult, and I found myself stuck on certain stages for upwards of ten minutes. I’m still stuck on an early level, but they are fairly entertaining and I recommend playing them after beating the story mode.

Overall, Wooden Sen’SeY was an excellent experience. Fun, challenging gameplay bundled with amazing graphics. I cannot wait to see what Upper Byte Studio brings us next.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuUAgYSG_1o
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Posté le : 26 mars 2014
Wooden Sen'SeY is a nice little platform/action game that takes place in a crazy Japanese world. Too bad it is so repetitive and sometimes too difficult as well.The keyboard and mouse controls for the game are atrocious, proving incredibly fiddly no matter how you attempt to alter them in the options menu.I did hear that the game works far better with controller though. Wooden Sen'SeY is a fairly average indie platformer : one that you won't regret purchasing, nor will you rave about to your friends. Just keep in mind that if you don't own a controller, you might run into some difficulties.
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Posté le : 9 décembre 2013
Wooden Sen'sey is action-platforming game where you play as a Japanese village chief who's sake is stolen by evil, space bandits, and its up to you to get all that wonderful rice-liquor back. The moral of the story is pretty straight-forward, never steal a Japanese-man's sake, but especially if that same man is going to hunt your ♥♥♥ down Kratos-style with his twin, chain-linked axes to boot!

Graphics

For a simple platforming game, I gotta say, I'm impressed. The visual over the top style of the animations mixed with the seren background imagery gives Wooden Sen'sey a real reason to stand out . With a varitey of resolution options and graphic presets the game give you just enough in options to really optimize you game experience, and Even on low settings this game looks pretty good. My littlefavorite touch was simply the reflections on the water. Its subtle touch but nice one that adds a little life to the background.

Audio

All in all the music was pleasant to listen to and didn't feel out of place which I applaud upper byte for, considering that the game is a mix of Japanese tradionism and steampunk. Though the dialogue wasn't much of anything, I found the over the top japanese acent to be rather humorous, much in the same way a funny character in a kaboki theater play would exaggerate his voice. Reminding you that the game is meant to be funny and fun, even though you will probably die. a lot.
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Posté le : 30 mars 2014
Awesome Graphics..
Nice Musics...
Short And Nice Game...
Overall Good Game...
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