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What is A-Men? Classic puzzle-platformer, inspired by some oldschool titles like Lemmings and Lost Vikings. What is A-Men like? Hard. No holding your hand, no easy levels, we want to challenge you. If you are a casual, A-Men is not for you.
Release Date: Jan 25, 2014
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“This game will challenge even the most hardcore video game veteran.”
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“It is packed with hours of challenging gameplay and will provide quite a few head scratching moments.”
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What is A-Men?
Classic puzzle-platformer, inspired by some oldschool titles like Lemmings and Lost Vikings.
What is A-Men like?
Hard. No holding your hand, no easy levels, we want to challenge you. If you are a casual, A-Men is not for you.

Key features:

  • Hardcore puzzle-platformer, that will make you cry, if you aren't good enough
  • 40 levels, that will give you a challenge
  • High replay value - beat your best score and get all the achievements
  • Pretty graphics, with a retro touch
  • Five characters, with different skills and abilities

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System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Pentium / AMD Athlon XP 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 128 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
Helpful customer reviews
6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
2,145 products in account
13 reviews
1.2 hrs on record
The game keeps crashing in the first level trying to load the different "hint" or help windows. It's not always the same one, and sometimes they work.
But since I can't even finish level 1 due to the constant crashing: I Do Not Recommend This Game In It's Current State!

It looks interesting, and I'll try it again once a new patch comes out that hopefully fixes this game.
Posted: May 11th, 2014
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12 of 31 people (39%) found this review helpful
210 products in account
15 reviews
3.1 hrs on record
Full review at http://www.youtube.com/BrbteabreakTV


Developers are always trying to innovate genres in order to keep things fresh, for themselves and the consumer. A-Men is a side scrolling action-adventure puzzle game which requires you to scan the levels and plan out your actions before you begin. You could compare it to something like Lemmings except a lot more hardcore.

A-Men has all the bells and whistles of an action puzzle game except it has several hardcore features such as, you lose points when saving at a checkpoint, everything is an insta-kill, very low vision and only 1 shot at most puzzles. Now usually I’m into these hardcore style games, Dark Souls and Path of Exile are right up my alley. Now what differentiates those games to A-Men (besides genre) is the fact that A-Men feels very clunky, unresponsive and has one of the weirdest control schemes I’ve ever seen.

To its credit the levels are usually quite varied and have a decent number of backdrops which should keep you from getting eye strain. There’s a large variety of characters who all play differently and you need to switch between these characters in order to progress through most of the levels, it feels the hardcore niche it was aiming for while still having a variety of options.

The PC port isn’t terrible; you have the options of mouse and keyboard or gamepad, which are interchangeable in the options menu. Both are equally janky so don’t threat if you don’t have a gamepad. The UI shows all the keys you can press which actually helps a bunch if you decide to switch control schemes half way. It’ll show you the buttons you need to press to switch weapon, use an item or how to start a level. The options are lacking though but due to its simple design it shouldn’t really be an issue.

A-Men boast great replay value with each level containing a best time and high score tracker plus 4 sub-objectives. You’ll need to replay the levels at least twice in order to best all the sub-objectives. There’s tonnes of cosmetic changes you can make to your characters which just adds a bit of spice to the game and is a pseudo progression system. It also has a large variety of medals, which sadly don’t link to any Steam achievements which is a wasted opportunity. A lot of people pick up these small indie games just for the sake of getting more achievements, personally I couldn’t care less but that’s a large player base you miss out on for very little effort for implementation.

A-Men is a game that had me puzzled when I first saw it on Steam and after playing it for several hours I’m still puzzled. I’m trying to debate whether the puzzles were challenging and innovative, or they just seemed that way due to clunky movements and a janky control scheme creating a pseudo hardcore experience. It’s quite a shame really, there aren’t many hardcore action puzzle solving games, but maybe there’s a good reason for that.
Posted: February 3rd, 2014
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4 of 15 people (27%) found this review helpful
1,174 products in account
130 reviews
1.1 hrs on record
First impressions: http://www.cublikefoot.com/a-men-first-impressions/

A-Men is a "classic" puzzle-platformer with a militaristic theme to it. It's kind of like Lemmings, in a way. Oh, and the game is hard. Really, really hard.

The game opens with a rather generic intro, nothing too exciting. You're then promptly dropped into a series of vividly colored levels. The graphics are truly awesome, nothing to complain about. Basically, each level consists of you solving simple puzzles to eliminate enemy "toy" soldiers (they're actually robots, produced by a factory that the main characters had blown up). Upon removing enough enemy soldiers from the level, a helicopter will come down to extract you from the level.

The gameplay is fairly simple, but can get a bit difficult at parts. The difficulty curve is nothing to be worried about, it's near-perfect. No complaints there. The story in the game is told by way of cutscenes in-between the various levels (there are multiple worlds too, think Super Mario). These cutscenes are rather cheesy, but amusing nonetheless. I can't really recommend the game though. It's just a tad boring. There's certainly an audience for it, but definitely not me.

Posted: February 8th, 2014
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4 of 35 people (11%) found this review helpful
582 products in account
8 reviews
0.3 hrs on record
The first time I played it, the game crashed, which wasn't a good first start. When I got into it, I found myself confused more often then not, and I wasn't enjoying it.
Posted: January 31st, 2014
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416 products in account
111 reviews
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 7th, 2014
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97 of 134 people (72%) found this review helpful
169 products in account
7 reviews
4.1 hrs on record
It's times like this I wish there was a neutral option for a review!
This game is not for me, but I can certainly tell that there is an audience for it, and it does not deserve a thumbs down.
I give a quick overview of the basics of the game and my opinions here:
If you would like to check it out.
Posted: January 25th, 2014
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