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Review: Bernard & Hank
The game is presented very well and is clear what it is, a well put together classic platformer. It almost instantly feels like a Nes platformer from the graphics and Square wave sounds to the resolution. And very well polished piece of work.
Sorry to start negatively but I found the gameplay a little boring. All you do is get from the start of the level to the end whilst killing nation liberals and collecting coins. For me it just wasn't fun at all.
The levels were nice and large and there was a lot of them but I found myself getting bored with the same old jump from platform land on enemy collect coins. Switching to the other character didn't give any new moves either as far as i could see.
Well i could see that a lot of effort was put into the graphics, this was the best part of the whole game in my opinion, The levels were packed with detail, there were windmills and wooden houses, tractors and as much parralax as you would ever want from a click game. They also seem to look like Nes graphics even though they are about 10 times more colourful.
Sound and Music:
Mostly Nes sounding chiptune music. And it was written for the game unlike my games which get their music from various internet sites.
Unfortunately the music seems a little bland, It kinda fits the gameplay in a way because the gamelay is a little uninteresting and the music is nothing more than background sound. I defintely wont be humming the music after playing.
The sound effects were very blippy like you would expect however the did seem a little out of place as though they were chosen because they sounded blippy rather than fitting the game.
Well another plus i guess is the amount of levels. I got to level 12 before getting bored but stick with it and you will see there is (probably) a lot more game.
Lets just hope you will keep at it longer than I did.
A good well made game with a lot of polish but didn't like it as much as I wanted to.
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