What’s up guys and welcome to the simple review article series. Where I pepper homie briefly play a game review it, and I keep it simple let’s get into it. Hoplegs New 2D Game platformer, where your gamepad buttons are your legs at the time of making. Hoplegs New 2D Game is in early access, but when you play this game you just have the option of playing through the main story or playing custom levels.
Multiplayer modes are planned to be added in the future and can be seen on the road map available in the game and on steam. When you play the story mode you will play as a wizard. Who planned to warn a king of incoming danger, but when performing a spell he accidentally turned himself into a cube. You are then tasked with navigating levels, and your attempts to reach the king. Navigating the levels is done by pressing a corresponding button to propel yourself with your leg, that comes out of each side of the cube. This is the main concept used throughout the game.
This game is very difficult so that’s not something you’re into then. This game might not be a good fit for you now, but when it comes to the custom levels implemented into the game. You will basically have the option of playing user-created content, and also making your own so there’s pretty much-unlimited content to this game. Now from my experience when playing this game, it was a lot harder than I expected.
But it was still very enjoyable. when I played the game all that aside though the game does get quite repetitive. I feel that the game could shine once the multiplayer modes are implemented. There’s a large learning curve to playing the game, you’ll need to get down some good techniques to navigate the level. So you can expect to spend a good amount of time playing this game before you’re decent at it.
Now with all that being said, I’d have to give this game 7 out of 10. This game uses a pretty simple concept and runs with it. But doesn’t build anything onto that all that aside though this game is in early access. But this game can still provide a pretty solid gameplay experience, that should only get better when more features are added throughout the roadmap. So if you guys like the content please drop a comment, and I’ll see you guys in the next one.
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