MURI is a DOS-style shooter from Remar Games and Ludosity. Features PC Speaker sound and 16-color EGA graphics.
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Release Date: Dec 6, 2013

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MURI is a DOS-style shooter from Remar Games and Ludosity.

After the colonization of Mars, a team of scientists design an armor suit of cataclysmic power, sparking a conflict between several factions. When Mars suddenly vanishes, one woman sets out to discover the fate of humanity.

Inspired by the games of its time, MURI is an authentic '80s experience, with the focus often changing between run-and-gun action and more tactical combat.

Game features
* PC speaker music and sound
* 16-color EGA graphics
* Optional TURBO mode!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium 4 @ 1,5 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 50 MB available space
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Very Positive (390 reviews)
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Moku
( 1.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 19
A fantastic recreation of classic DOS games, with a little enhancement. Good controls, nice colours and sounds, plenty of weapon types and very challenging. There are four levels, with four large sections and a boss each. Is it worth the price? Well, if you enjoy retro games, this is a fun one. For what is it... maybe wait for 50% off, but it's not that much anyway.
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idbrii
( 3.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
MURI is remarkably better than I expected. I grew up on Commander Keen and Duke Nukem 1&2, but I often don't like hardcore retro throwbacks (I Wanna Be The Guy). Muri manages to combine an interesting and concisely told story with the simple and challenging gameplay of yore.

The multiple difficulty levels allow you to waltz through the game or punish yourself. I played on Normal and had several harrowing moments and deaths I looked forward to avenging. Generally, I stopped playing for the day when I died, but kept coming back. It's easy to get into a play session, but it only saves when you unlock a new chapter. This unlock system and the fun-but-challenging difficulty combined with plentify pickups in the levels made it always seem like success was only just out of reach and I wasn't cursing the game in frustration.

The bosses are fun. The sessions are short. The jumping is high. The secrets are everywhere.

On the downside, Muri doesn't work at all with my wired Xbox 360 controller. I've setup Joy2Key to play it and that worked well, but shouldn't be necessary for a "Partial Controller Support" game.
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Morning Song
( 2.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
MURI feels like a game designed with a purpose, and it meets that purpose well. It duplicates the appearance and structure of an EGA-era DOS platformer, and feels very authentic to that. It even has an option to scroll tile-by-tile as those games often did to compensate for the underpowered PC graphics hardware of the day.

The game consists of twenty levels divided into four episodes. Much like the games it follows, you do lose all your weapons and powerups after each, but the game is designed for this; boss fights give you massive arsenal upgrades and the first level always gives you a few extra guns if you're careful with your special ammunition.

The game's challenge level is fairly even, with a gentle upward slope as you progress. Though the game's final chapters do ramp up the enemy and bullet density, there aren't any egregious 'gotcha' spots, at least on Normal difficulty that I played.

Overall it's an average game, but one worth playing if you enjoy the EGA aesthetic. If you're a fan of Duke Nukem 1 and 2, or Commander Keen, grab this.
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Doomgirl
( 8.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 26
It's really impressive how close to an actual EGA DOS game MURI feels and looks. Everything is extremely authentic from the sound effects, graphics to the gameplay.
The only thing I don't really like is the lack of a soundtrack but other than that, it's definitely worth the money.
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Ranbow Brigade Robocop
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
110% authentic DOS gaming experience.
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hotdog Ɛݙ 🐝 Bzzz
( 3.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 17
It really is exactly like playing an old DOS game, but one of the good ones.
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Mortis
( 2.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 9
It's good.
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Starlogic
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: January 24
Fun if you enjoy challenging, nostalgic games.
With all the megaman, sonic, and mario homage games out there these days it snice to play something that references back to the games *I* played in my childhood: DOS platformers. You could list out dozens of classic DOS games that Muri is like but it bares the strongest resembalence to the original Duke Nukum even to the point of having nearly identical assets at times.

Where Muri fails at its emulaiton of Duke is its lack of puzzles to progress, most levels can just be run through without fighting enemies (if you dodge their attacks) and rarely do you ever encounter anything more than a few tricky platforming sections. The Challenge of Muri comes from its unforgiving combat and sheer number of enemies. I don't particularly care for that aspect of the game so I played on an easier difficulty and just enjoyed the nostalgic gameplay.

Where Muri wins majorly is its secrets, it has TONS of hidden areas and secret items throughout the levels which allow you access to special weapons at the boss fights. If you enjoy finding secrets and racking up a high score this is the game for you.
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Ecco
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: January 23
Great game. reminded me of playing Commander King!
Well worth the purchase and I enjoyed every aspect of my playtime from the UI to the music and sound to the rythem that comes when this style is faithfully recreated.
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MPO
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Posted: January 11
Great for a throwback game, but levels lack save points, and levels are simply too long. I understand the decision to fully emulate what games were like back then, but it just detracts from accessability, especially when gameplay isn't very exciting.
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Reven
( 2.4 hrs on record )
Posted: January 10
Default controls feel backwards, and they can't be changed or altered in any way.
If I can't use the controls it comes with and can't set controls I can use, I can't play the game. No matter how good it may be.
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Punished Blart
( 3.1 hrs on record )
Posted: December 29, 2015
Daniel delivers, again, with shout-outs to the retro and his usual world-shattering senarios. Literally, in this case.

There's no ammo selection, but you honestly don't need it: the ammo types are set up to have most if not more than what the last weapon had. Controls are very smooth, and the weapons are suprisingly viceral for a 16-color, very early IBM PC-style game. Love the moonwalk, too. Very useful.

It's a short game, but for even 4$, it's still worth it, honestly.

Also, the boss in ep.4 isn't as difficult as the others, but somehow, I feel that's not the last boss. Remar loves his special endings See: that grey ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥..





PS: ♥♥♥♥ YOU FOR THAT ROOM.
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Obey the Fist!
( 2.5 hrs on record )
Posted: December 19, 2015
A very mediocre retro 2D indie platformer. It's not even coming first in the special olympics.

Limited graphics settings, clunky control scheme. Save your money, save your time.
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zacK =DD deagl master
( 2,551.8 hrs on record )
Posted: December 19, 2015
CooL game
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Ithaqua
( 2.9 hrs on record )
Posted: November 22, 2015
Pro:
Decent platformer
Retro graphics
Steam cards
Some controller support
Can run on my toaster

Con:
EGA graphics that look more like CGA graphics
Not happy with my controller
$4.49 seems a bit much for this game

Overall:
5/10 -1 price = 4/10
It's a good homage to DOS platformers. The graphics a bit ugly for "EGA" as if they were trying to make it look retro but went too far. To me this is more of a $1 game to play for a few hours of retro fun and then go back to modern games with graphics, 100% controller support, OK audio, etc.

Grab it when it's 75% off and play for a while. This is a thumbs sideways game for me. I got it cheap, so thumbs up. Just don't pay full price unless you have to have this game.
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puresrawp
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: November 18, 2015
Muri is a throwback to classic Dos era platformers. I had a lot of fun playing it. It feels more accessible than a lot of the games it mimics as the enemy placement is fair and you are given a decent amount of health and lives. The game can be completed in about 2 hours but there are plenty of well hidden secrets so going back to find them adds some replay value. I love the stage design in this game and some stages actually manage to be quite tense and action-y even for a game that looks and sounds like this one does. I also love that you can either shoot enemies with your gun or jump on them à la Mario style.
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Polish polish
( 2.9 hrs on record )
Posted: November 14, 2015
A pitch perfect recreation of that good ol' DOS feel, MURI offers adequate action platforming and an engaging, albiet a bit short, story. Looks nice, plays nice, well worth the asking price. It would'a been a legend in another time
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Darth Philius
( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: November 14, 2015
A game made for a simpler time. I didn't play computer games from the era, but it reminds me of games for the NES. The game is simple and straightforward: jump around and shoot everything. Honestly, the gameplay is a bit boring, but I recommend it for having a pretty cool sci-fi story and showing that you don't have to have state of the art graphics and all the bells and whistles of modern gaming to spin an interesting tale.
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Jiggle Jiggle™
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: October 30, 2015
I was born in the DOS age but never played a DOS game, being that this is a game that uses old world pixels with new world minds, it brings a melding of what was great in old games, and brings the new ideas to make the old even better then it was before. MURI is fun in the sense that it does just that. makes sense, you have a gun, people fear you so they sent things to kill you, and jumping on them damages them.

Off topic:
MS-DOS if you knew how to manually open files and computer imputs, you were basicly a basic to very skilled "hacker" hacking really isn't that, but it's more of just knowing were to look.
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AgentPurple
( 1.1 hrs on record )
Posted: October 24, 2015
It's fun. It's worth the 4 bucks. Tight controls, nostalgia, good gameplay. Buy it, you won't regret it.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 26
It's really impressive how close to an actual EGA DOS game MURI feels and looks. Everything is extremely authentic from the sound effects, graphics to the gameplay.
The only thing I don't really like is the lack of a soundtrack but other than that, it's definitely worth the money.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 30
MURI feels like a game designed with a purpose, and it meets that purpose well. It duplicates the appearance and structure of an EGA-era DOS platformer, and feels very authentic to that. It even has an option to scroll tile-by-tile as those games often did to compensate for the underpowered PC graphics hardware of the day.

The game consists of twenty levels divided into four episodes. Much like the games it follows, you do lose all your weapons and powerups after each, but the game is designed for this; boss fights give you massive arsenal upgrades and the first level always gives you a few extra guns if you're careful with your special ammunition.

The game's challenge level is fairly even, with a gentle upward slope as you progress. Though the game's final chapters do ramp up the enemy and bullet density, there aren't any egregious 'gotcha' spots, at least on Normal difficulty that I played.

Overall it's an average game, but one worth playing if you enjoy the EGA aesthetic. If you're a fan of Duke Nukem 1 and 2, or Commander Keen, grab this.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
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203 of 220 people (92%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 6, 2013
Do you enjoy EGA DOS platform games, à la Duke Nukem 1? Then check this out. It is superb (and cheap!)
There are a couple nitpicky things, like a lack of a savegame feature and the way your guy stays facing the same way as long as you're shooting, but nothing terrible. There are reasons for both being there and you get used to them.
Personally I loved it. Over in about 2 hours and a blast the entire way!
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63 of 74 people (85%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 7, 2013
MURI was love at first sight.

I don't know where it suddenly came from, but it's returning me right back to my gaming roots of EGA-platforming in DOS. It looks, sounds and feels right from the start. It even lets you play in those jerky 16 frames per second that the old games used to have (optionally allowing you to smooth that out to 32 frames though). Seems like the developers sticked to the proper 16 colors palette most of the time too (to be 100% sure of that I had to look up color-tables, but... no, I am too lazy). It's really beautiful for the most part, in that 1991 kind of way of course. Kudos to whoever made the sprites and tiles, that person sure knew how it's done right. Some parts of the game are actually really atmospheric, like the dark and abandoned laboratory - very effective visual design, and quite impressive how little is actually needed to get the point across.

What's most important though, this isn't "fake" retro like most indiegames - where pixelated crap is branded "retro" to get away with it - this is truly well done and could sneak right in between Duke Nukem (the very first one, not 3D) and BioMenace.

The attention to detail doesn't stop with the nice visuals, the sound - being pretty much PC speaker beeps and bops - is spot on too. It's ridiculously cool hearing these "noises" in 2013 - not catchy chiptunes but genuine low modulation frequencies. The guys behind this made some smart choices too, like not having sound-effects on every step your character makes or an annoying bleep! when our hero jumps as it was in the original Duke Nukem.
Again, this feels like the real thing - and thus goes along nicely with the visuals. Sadly there is only one real piece of music in the game, but considering it reminds me of the first part of the Zak McKracken-theme when played via PC speaker, I am okay with that.

What really makes MURI great is the excellent gameplay. It's really simple - explore mazes, find goodies, find "cells" (which act as keycards) and use various weapon-upgrades to dispose of enemies. The mazes aren't overly complex, they feel shorter than most of the original Duke Nukem stages and aren't as complicated either, since you don't really have to get any special items like the boots or hook. Instead of making it too metroid-ish, the developers went for a more action-oriented approach - reminiscent of Turrican. Maybe even Thexder. There are tons of secret areas too - that you usually "unlock" by shooting certain walls or simply going through a wallsection that looks solid but really isn't. It's primitive, but actually quite motivating thanks to the straightforward nature of the various levels. Combat feels just as satisfying, just don't expect Metal Slug or Contra and you will be good. Particularly the higher tier weapons have a nice powerful feeling to them and are a blast (!) to use. What's nice are little modern touches like holding the attack-button making your weapon "lock" in position, so you can basically "strafe". Oh, and when I am writing "modern" I am talking about features that would have been implemented in games from say, 1992 to 1993 and weren't really common in a early nineties title like the ones this is based on. Mainly due to the fact that having pretty smooth scrolling was unbelievable tech-wizardry at the time and unless your game was REALLY rubbish the fact that it did scroll in all directions was enough reason to keep us motivated.

Enemy-variety is good as well, most scifi/retro-tropes you would expect are present here (wall-turrets, nasty bioweapons, humanoid robots). Attack-patterns have been suitably modernized to being more exciting (and challenging on higher difficulties) than actual games had back then, yet these more modern ones still feel simple enough to fit the games overall style (again, think slightly less early 90ies). Same goes for the bosses.

Going back and forth between exploration and combat helps in keeping the game fresh, relatively short levels are a boon too. You won't really get stuck and there is nearly no need for backtracking. Again, there are little modern touches that help you get along - like visible cables that lead from blown up reactors right to the now open door. MURI may look dated, but they really made sure it as playable as possible.

Finally, there is an entertaining sci-fi story happening while you keep playing, complementing the action nicely with a rather epic (in scale, at least) anime-esque tale of experiments on Mars gone wrong (where have I heard that before?) mobile-armour (Bubblegum Crisis much?), and a mother trying to save her family. Even here the game manages to mix the oldschool with some very modern flavours (especially the characterdesign of the heroine was an interesting touch).

To sum it up, MURI really surprised me in a very positive way and exceeded expectations when playing it. It's an extremely well crafted bit of oldschool fun that you shouldn't miss out on if you are familiar with the titles this game seems based on. But it doesn't need nostalgia to carry it - I do admit however it's authenticity regarding proper retro-styles did sell me on it right away. I do believe MURI stands well on it's own as an excellent example of simple but motivating gameplay done right and might be a good history lesson for the aspiring gamedesigner of tomorrow. When it comes to Retro, it is one of the finest on Steam right now.
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37 of 37 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 19, 2014
Muri is one of the best "retro games" I've ever played, but I don't think I could recommend it to someone who didn't live through the EGA era. Though if you did, it's the best two hours you'll spend today.
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21 of 22 people (95%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 30, 2014
MURI is a Jump'n'Run that tries to capture the feel of old DOS-Jump'n'Runs. Does it succed in capturing those feelings? Yes it does! The HUD looks just like it was ripped from a DOS-Jump'n'Run. The sound is just like in the DOS-era. And the graphics and the overall look remind me of games like DUKE NUKEM and COMMANDER KEEN. But is the game any good? It'S a blast. A lot of secrets and weapons want to be found and the level design is really good. If you're looking for a game that puts you right back in the DOS-era this is the perfect game for you.
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20 of 21 people (95%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 19, 2014
Takes me back to that musty old basement with horrible carpeting where I played all those early '90s DOS games, starting with Apogee and id Software shareware releases like Bio Menace, Monster Bash, and the Commander Keen series. This one nails the look and feel of those games, combining the color schemes of CGA and EGA graphics (with perhaps some subtle liberties taken). There's no save feature, but the game is pretty short and you can pick which episode to start from anyway. No music aside from the title screen, either, but we can let this slide. Good one to pick up on sale.
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39 of 54 people (72%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 30, 2014
Get me a Gravis joystick.
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16 of 16 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 31, 2014
Earlier today, I bought a game called MURI.

A couple of hours ago, I started playing MURI.

Ten minutes ago, I finished MURI.

Short, but sweet. Good level design, nice feel to the combat, varied enemies. The audio design is meh (doesn't have any music either) and I find the lack of online integration for leaderboards to be a strange decision, seeing how it would've helped grow the community and given the game more replay value, but it's nothing too bad.

As someone who's too young to get a huge nostalgia stiffy out of this one: Best 40 cents I've spent in a while. Total recommend.
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25 of 32 people (78%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 6, 2013
Weird nostalgia trip back to DOS games. MURI looks very similar to the first Duke Nukem game and plays like these old platformers that had very simplistic and primitive jumping physics. Because it's emulating an old DOS game, it has no music and very simple sounds because games at the time could only use the PC speaker and had one sound channel to work with.

It's a very short game and it's not very difficult but I liked it. It was a nice little nostalgia trip and it's cheap.
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18 of 20 people (90%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2013
Really well done 2D platformer, very authentic to the shareware-style DOS games from the early 90s. This goes beyond simply the pixel art craze, it's spot on in art style, sound effects, color palette, gameplay, hidden areas, even the menus and episode selection.

The gameplay is immediately familiar and nostalgic for those who grew up on these games. Strongly inspired by and reminiscent of games like Commander Keen, Crystal Caves, Duke Nukem I and II, Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure, Monster Bash, etc.

Highly recommended if you enjoy the genre and have any fondness for games of that period.
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15 of 16 people (94%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 11, 2014
Fun throwback to games like Commander Keen and Duke Nukem. The weapons are very fun. It's a little short but the length feels right, and a good price too.
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13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 8, 2014
MURI is made out of pure nostalgia. If you played alot of late 80s-early90s DOS games, this one will take you back and you'll swear you saw it somewhere once before, many years ago. Gameplay is tight. Levels are well designed. Graphics are pixel perfect to the era and so is the soundtrack.
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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 2, 2014
To summarize it in one sentence, : "ode to Apogee's early DOS platformers".
Everything in Muri - from sounds to graphics to gameplay - was crafted to remind you of those games, and fulfills that goal exceptionally.
There's only one real problem: the game is so short it can be completed in less than two hours ( less if you don't run out of lives at some point or aren't going for 100% completion ).
Don't get me wrong - it's a very pleasant two hours. Unfortunately, once that's over there's no reason to go back - no achievements, no custom levels, no community features such as leaderboards.
If you can get it during a sale or in a bundle, by all means go for it - buying it at full price, though, is something you might want to think twice about.

EDITED: All right, so it turns out I've missed two things: there is one additional secret area with a hint regarding a bonus boss, and the boss itself - not so much difficult to beat as difficult to get to. If you're a completionist, that's an extra 1-2 hours of gameplay on highest difficulty.
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2013
Pros:

* Very authentic for the era its emulating
* Controls well
* Decent sound
* Good overall action

Cons:

* Weak story
* Very short (under 2 hours)
* No Background music or option to have it
* No saves (though given the game length it is hardly a problem mid episode)

7/10
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17 of 24 people (71%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 22, 2014
MURI is where you play as a Father I think who has arrived at Earth who unleashed the robots upon the MURI crew because the Lifeforce of the planet Mars was absorbed by their son Kojo. Upon the destruction of Earth? You must find your missing wife to meld together I think is what your battling for. The game is a side scrolling platformer with awesome platforming controls a rarity on PC. Works fine on a controller with awesome retro sound effects. I thought the game was old, but its very clever, its a new game made to look like an old game and it does this 100% awesome. While not long its a good ride with simple controls that work making it easy to pick up and play anytime. This game is made more awesome by having lingonberries in it if you "Activate Sweden". The game is as short or as long as you want to make it, there is a stat on screen telling you when you find 100% of the treasures on a map which makes it fun to just keep playing until you find em all, or you can just skip ahead if you want.

Rating: 10/10 Value: $4.99
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 20, 2015
Nowadays many try to make an 8-bit platformer/shooter game.
MURI does it right.

The nostalgia levels in this game are incredibly high. It really feels like a game made "back in the days", but with modern thought given to it. A very pleasant game with an intriguing plot. Totally recommend it to people who like oldschool games.
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22 of 34 people (65%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: March 29, 2015
MURI took me by surprise. I was expecting a thrown out piece of garbage when I looked at the screenshots, however here I am again, enjoying another extremely well put together indie title.

Gameplay is very simple, I only died about three times throughout the whole game, but I had an absolute blast with this metroidvania type action side scroller. Plenty of different weapon types, wide variety of bad guys to squish, the only downside I would say is the bosses are really no challenge at all, they are basically just a bigger, longer version of a normal fight.

I cannot recommend MURI enough, however I don't see there being any replayability once you finish it once, and the story mode took me about three hours to complete.

Keep an eye on the bundles as I suspect this will appear in them a lot.
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 1, 2014
The field of PC platformer nostalgia is a bit of an odd duck. There just weren't that many options in the 16-color EGA era; Apogee and id Games, primarily. Still, the four-directional (if a bit clunky) scrolling and rich diorama-like scenery provided an experience unlike the console platformers of the time.

MURI captures the feeling of that era without its missteps; Daniel Remar puts all his skill at well-designed levels full of secrets and gigantic boss battles here. The player character's slowness and limited set of movements doesn't feel unfair, and the enemies are challenging despite their own constraints.

The game is definitely short, about an hour from start to finish. Like most Remar games, the true replay value is in trying to get the highest score at the highest difficulties, a challenge once again relevant in the Let's Play decade.
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