You play as Brad the barbarian, who is awoken to the sounds of his town under siege. Today is different though; Brad has grown tired of fighting all the time. The usual grind for XP has grown dull, and he has decided to pursue his dreams of making music instead of shedding blood.
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Thanks to Young Horses, Slick Ent Inc, and Team Meat for allowing us to do these amazing crossover exclusives for our Steam launch.

What is Bardbarian?
Bardbarian is a game! A game we've been lovingly working on for far too long and are ready to unleash on Steam with (hopefully) some love from the Greenlight Community.

What genre is the game?
It is a mixture of Tower Defense, RPG & RTS with some 'Shmup and Snake elements.

What's the Story?
You play as Brad the barbarian, who is awoken to the sounds of his town under siege. Today is different though; Brad has grown tired of fighting all the time. The usual grind for XP has grown dull, and he has decided to pursue his dreams of making music instead of shedding blood. Fashioning a lute out of an old axe, he steps out to save his town in the most bizarre of ways.

What's Gameplay like?
Move Brad around the battlefield and dodge incoming enemy attacks and projectiles. Brad is constantly playing his axe-lute and generating notes, standing still will cause him to "jam" and generate notes even faster. These notes act as your in-game resource; you can spend them to perform solos to summon units to follow and fight for you, as well as solos to boost their performance.

Navigate your party through the hordes of enemies, dodging and attacking, preventing them from destroying your town's prized decorative crystal. Survive waves to progress, collect loot, and unlock new units. Upon death you are able to visit the town shop in order to upgrade Brad, the town and your followers, in hopes to make it further next time.

Features!
  • Beautiful, hand-drawn artwork from start to finish
  • An awesome Rock/Metal original soundtrack by Maximum Satan
  • Bizarre genre-bending hybrid gameplay
  • 12 unique units to unlock
  • Customize your party loadout; Over 200 possible combinations
  • Collect loot from your fallen enemies and upgrade Brad, the town, and your units
  • A difficulty curve that will punish you for making mistakes, and you will
  • Over 8 enemy types to make you regret everything
  • 4 Epic boss battles to crush your spirits
  • Endless and Survival modes with leaderboards for when you're feeling competitive
  • Easter eggs and references galore, can you spot them all?
  • There's a dinosaur boss
  • There's also a Ratcoon, look at those sad little eyes

Steam/Greenlight Exclusive Features
  • Full controller support + KB+M
  • Revamped UI
  • Camera Control
  • Steam Cloud Saves
  • Rebalanced for Desktop
  • 3 Exclusive Indie Crossover Units
  • Steam Achievements/Leaderboards

Future Feature WishList
  • Steam Workshop Integration / Build & Customize your own campaigns & Units
  • More Levels
  • More Enemies
  • More Units
  • Sandbox mode
  • Looking into Local Co-Op

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista® Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise (including 64 bit editions) with Service Pack 2, Windows 7, or Windows 8 Classic
    • Processor: 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor, or Intel Atom™ 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbook class devices
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X v10.6, v10.7, v10.8, or v10.9
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ Duo 1.83GHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
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A 5 de 5 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.5 h registradas
Publicado: 4 de agosto de 2014
No se como clasificar este juego

Es un tower defend...Pero de los raros,no pones magos,arqueros,etc para que pasen enemigos por un camino
y se mueran.

Es mas que eso , tu mueves a esos arqueros,magos etc para que maten a enemigos que salen por todas partes , tu esquivas los ataques, tu decides que hacer en el momento.

El mejor tower defense (Si es que se puede llamar asi) que jugue en mi vida , y eso que ni me gustan los tower defend
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.1 h registradas
Publicado: 9 de octubre de 2014
Exelente juego para las PC con poca tarjeta grafica hecho a base de un juego de moviles ademas de su idea de personajes de juegos indie me gusto mucho
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11.1 h registradas
Publicado: 29 de septiembre de 2014
Bardbarian es un port de un juego de iOS y que, se trae consigo casi el mismo contenido pero con algunas mejoras graficas, cameos tontos (en el buen sentido) a otras franquicias de videojuegos y sobre todo unidades extras de la escena indie de PC.

Básicamente este es un juego tipo "defensa de torres" en el cual tendremos que invocar ciertas unidades (dependiendo del costo que ellos precisen) para eliminar hordas de enemigos aunque al contrario de la tipica mecanica del juego, podremos movernos libremente siendo una especie de "torreta movil" con la que nuestros compañeros se moveran al unisono.

Como el diseño de juego es pensado para los videojuegos para celulares, hay ciertas cosas que podrias ver familiar como por ejemplo la adiccion que produce ya que, dentro de todo, es disfrutable. Lo más criticable al respecto es que el juego da un salto increible de dificultad en los primeros niveles (o mas concretamente luego del primer jefe) obligandonos a jugar otros modos de juego para recolectar dinero y asi mejorar y comprar nuevas unidades que iremos desbloqueando.

Podría haber mucho más contenido para la vida media del mismo, pero cumple con lo prometido.

7/10
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11.2 h registradas
Publicado: 3 de octubre de 2014
Es un buen juego indie que te tendra adicto cada vez se complican mas y peor cuando sacas historia y vas al DAY2 los jefes son un poco mas dificiles de derrotar...
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14.0 h registradas
Publicado: 3 de agosto de 2014
puedes tener un ratcoon!!!

10/10
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12.5 h registradas
Publicado: 2 de noviembre de 2014
Divertido, simple y entretenido, unos logros fáciles de conseguir, y unos gráficos muy bien elaborados.
Lo recomiendo a todo aquél que quiera pasar unas horas sin tener que pensar mucho. Ya que es el típico juego que te encuentras en minijuegos donde debes jugar para obtener mejoras, y aún así, lo recomiendo a todos(as).

PD: sinceramente si antes de empezar a jugarlo leéis ésto, os recomiendo que vayáis directamente a pasaros el juego en modo difícil(insane)porque en modo difícil sacas el dinero mucho más rápido(simplemente por el hecho de que aparecen más unidades), y obtienes las mejoras con mayor eficacia.

PD2: los primero que deberíais mejorar es el hacha dorada, para conseguir el oro con una presteza mucho superior a la normal.

¡Espero que lo disfrutéis!
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.7 h registradas
Publicado: 3 de diciembre de 2014
Bruuuutal!!!!
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5.3 h registradas
Publicado: 27 de noviembre de 2014
Al principio no me llamaba nada la atención, pero tras jugar un rato engancha bastante. Es un juego para echarle unas horas, tampoco te durará demasiado. Lo recomiendo para jugar con mando
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10.2 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de diciembre de 2014
Un juego estilo towe defense algo distinto a los demás! y como las cobinaciones son diversas y puedes irte moviendo libremente, le añade dinámica a lo típico de defenderte de oleadas. lástima que no haya más tipos de unidades y que la música no vaya variando. 8/10
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5.5 h registradas
Publicado: 14 de enero
Bardbarian es un juego simple y ameno, bueno para echar ratos sin pensar demasiado y relajarte un poco.

Con una mecanica simple de oleadas de enemigos, encarnas a un bardo guerrero que utiliza su hacha-laúd para entonar solos de guitarra. Con ellos puedes invocar aliados que te seguirán y atacarán a tus enemigos, y tambien puedes potenciar temporalmente a tu grupo para que haga mas daño, tenga mas armadura o sea mas rápido.
El objetivo del juego es ir venciendo oleada tras oleada (hasta un máximo de 20) a todos los enemigos para proteger la gema del pueblo, la cual si es destruida, dará la partida por terminada. Cada 5 oleadas aperecerá un jefe que te pondrá las cosas difíciles.
El oro que recoges te sirve para comprar potenciadores permanentes tanto para todas tus habilidades como para mejorar las caracteristicas de tus aliados y de los edificios del pueblo.

Podría catalogar Bardbarian como una especie de tower defense, aunque aqui no puedes colocar trampas ni armas, tan solo llevar contigo un numero limitado de aliados. La energía o maná del juego son notas musicales, que consigues derrotando enemigos o generándolas automáticamente manteniendote quieto en el sitio.

Los gráficos son muy graciosos, muy estilo cartoon. Tiene una variedad adecuada de enemigos con diferentes comportamientos y tipos de ataque, y los jefes son duros de pelar. La musica es buena, no se hace repetitiva y tiene mucho ritmo. Le da mucha gracia al juego.
Como extra posee dos modos de juegos alternativos, uno de supervivencia, donde debes aguantar todo lo que puedas sin poder invocar aliados (solo los recoges segun van apareciendo) y uno de carrera, donde debes intentar llegar lo mas lejos posible huyendo de un muro de bestias y esquivando enemigos y disparos.

Bardbarian no tiene mayor pretensión que hacer pasar un buen rato, siendo entrenido, dificil hasta cierto punto. No espereis un juegazo triple A, pero si teneis muchos ratos libres sin nada que hacer y os apetece una partidita, estaría bien probarlo. Si lo comprais en una rebaja, mejor que mejor.

Valoración: 6,5 / 10
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2.7 h registradas
Publicado: 21 de enero
brutallllll
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11.6 h registradas
Publicado: 16 de agosto de 2014
Bardbarian is one of these games I went into "just to try", and find myself returning to now quite regularly. It has quite an original concept, being a tower defense with more than a twist. There is a central point to defend, and there are enemies coming in to attack, ever more, ever more strong. So far, so good.
But. The towers to defend your stronghold are not static, but are attached as party-members to the Bard you can steer around the battlefield, destroying enemies "on the fly" as it were. You do not attack yourself, but one can enhance the attacks of your party-members by playing short guitar-riffs, played free by collecting notes. Extra attack, speed, defence and a short freeze of the enemies come in handy as the waves of enemies get stronger. As usual, units and your Bard himself can be upgraded, for this one needs the coins the enemies drop in abundance.
In order to succeed, fast reactions and speedy thinking are necesarry. I found it difficult at first to keep an overview of the battlefield, as several issues need attention: where are the enemies coming in at thier strongest, which buffs are needed, did any of my units die so I have to summon a new one, is my stronghold still going strong, .... But after a while I got used to it and enjoyed running all over the place, with my little but brave party. Playing it with an Xbox 360-controller certainly helps and feels most natural.

Enemies get quite strong before halfway in the game, and so sustaining the 20 waves is no easy task. Every 5 levels there is a boss, but for the most part enemies do not change that much during the game. Still, with an extra "free run" mode (try to get as far as you can dodging the enemies) and with a "survival mode", one can come back to this game again and again. As can be expected nowadays, there are Steam trading cards and some inviting achievements, which really help to appreciate the game to the full. No classic, but still very enjoyable. Don't hesitate to buy this, especially when it's on sale or in a bundle.

Gameplay: 20/30
Graphics: 12/20
Sound: 9/10 (the combination of the sound-track and the guitar riffs works admirably well)
Longelivety: 14/20 (thanks to the extra modes, and to an extra difficulty level)
Technical & stability: 9/10
Personal rating: 7/10

Overall: 71/100
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Publicado: 3 de enero
Barbarians were known for their ruthlessness and brute strength in battle, but did you know they were also known for their tasty riffs and ability to shred? In Bardbarian you’re charged with protecting a village rather than destroying one. You don’t do it by clobbering your foes with axes and hammers. No, you use the power of music to save them!As you might have surmised from the game’s title, you play a bard in Bardbarian. Well, to be more accurate, you play a barbarian who decides to trade in his weapons in order to take up shredding on a different kind of axe; in this case, a musical one. It just so happens the day he makes this important, life-changing decision, his village is attacked by a bevy of orcs and other baddies. With axe in hand, he uses the power of song to inspire his fellow townspeople to rise up against the invaders.The premise of Bardbarian is fairly simple, and therein lies the fun. All of the action takes place in the village and your main goal is to protect its crystal. Waves of enemies will stream in from the forest to the right, so it’s your job to have Brad round up townspeople to defend their homes. Brad can call upon archers, healers, brawlers, dwarves, storm knights and other kinds of units.These guys can provide ranged damage, melee/projectile damage and healing for Brad and his party. The right combination of units can help you plow enemies en masse with ease, so pay careful attention to your party makeup with relation to the enemies on the field at any given time.Your party’s makeup matters a lot because spellcasters and ranged damage dealers will flank Brad while tough melee units will act as tanks and lead the party. Different classes have different aggro ranges, so you’ll either have to move Brad in very close to have units like Brawlers activate their attacks or kite enemies at a distance so that Archers can loose their arrows. As the game gets more difficult, more enemies appear onscreen at the same time, so you’ll have to be very judicious about your movements to make sure you’re inflicting optimum damage while also avoiding enemy projectiles.Gathering units expends Notes, which Brad generates by jamming out when he’s standing still. You merely need to tap on a portrait of a unit to spend Notes and have Brad play a sick solo to summon them from their homes. Once you’ve gathered your units and are ready to defend the town, killing baddies is as easy as dragging Brad around and getting his party within range of the enemies. They’ll fire off their shots, destroy enemies and continue following Brad around.Fallen enemies drop gold coins, which can then be used in the Item Shop. You’ll be able to purchase upgrades for Brad’s buffs, increase the size of his party, hire different units and even make upgrades to the town. The game can be very difficult, but it is also very fun and rewarding. You’ll have to tackle stages over and over to amass enough gold to upgrade everything to a level that gives you a fighting chance against bosses, but that’s part of Bardbarian’s fun.Bardbarian’s action is made all the more enjoyable thanks to the hand-drawn, cartoony graphics. The style is reminiscent of the multiplayer game, Castle Crashers, and adds the right amount of goofiness to the proceedings. If there is one thing that really holds Bardbarian back from being a truly perfect game, it’s the fact that it’s so challenging. While the difficulty may be fun for fans of the genre it kind of hampers the story a bit and may cause other gamers to lose interest.Bardbarian is a heavy blast of cartoon violence that slowly but surely develops into a concentrated and exciting action game, that's not quite like anything you've played before.
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A 13 de 17 personas (76%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 11 de agosto de 2014
everything about this game is perfect for it
great music
lovely artwork
nice multiple gameplay modes
easy controls
a refreshing take on tower defense genre

some might complain about the grind but I think that is only there to keep it challenging and interesting to replay it
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A 5 de 5 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 31 de diciembre de 2014
Immensely more fun than I had anticipated.
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Publicado: 13 de octubre de 2014
I was playing then magically transported to the realm "it's 3 am and my head smacked my keyboard". Un healthly addicting, and you can play it for 10 minutes or 10 hours. Perfect for when "she" says, I'll be out in 10 minutes...we'll see, we'll see......

Recommend a controller, not needed though. Best 5 bucks I spent in the last month
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Publicado: 18 de septiembre de 2014
Decently fun horde-based bard-oriented carnage. Don't go looking for ultra depth but it's good fun while it lasts and offers enough variety. Fairly good challenge but relatively easy to 100% so for those who lack time (like me) that's always a plus. Recommended if you don't have much to play (which won't happen, I know) or if you want to pass time at work or something. Oh, it has loads of cameos of other indie game characters!
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13.1 h registradas
Publicado: 3 de agosto de 2014
First I thought this was going to be one of those bundle filler games that are good for nothing (except filling bundles ofc). I was surprised to find a pretty damn good game. Try it out, you probably won´t be disappointed!

Pros:
Good gameplay
Simple but enjoyable mechanics
Plenty of replayability (if that is your thing)
Not too long, not too short
Awesome price
Good music

Cons:
Simple (you really don´t need a brain here)
Not too long, not too short
Needs more music :(
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Publicado: 22 de agosto de 2014
Hope this will help other gamers and rogue-like/light enthusiasts, have fun! ^.^

Bardbarian is like binding of isaac mostly but without randomly generated rooms, items beeing gained by collecting money from mobs;

Cons (most are small inconveniencies):
- not the best looking game for those who care for such things;
- not a very challenging game;
- can be a bit grindy;
- once last class aquired other classes are more or less useless (but if you want it to be challenging you can pick other classes);

Pros:
- not a very challenging game;
- has a good variety of classes and upgrades;
- has 4 modes, survival, escape, normal and Day 2(infinite waves);
- music is not bad despite repeating;
- an ok number of monsters (with diferent atacks);
- controls seemed responsive for me;
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5.6 h registradas
Publicado: 23 de septiembre de 2014
I played this game for hours , I think the curve (values for balancing) isn't right.. this feels like mobile game. Yeah I notice that bardbarian have mobile version (probably mobile version come first), i expect the dev already aware about this before launching it on steam, this game is good, but very very repetitive

pro
- good music
- nice graphic

con
- the game economic, it feels like MOBILE game :( please don't put us as free user when we actually pay in steam

I can't review becaues my time is limited, but that's my impression after 4-6 hours of playing
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