Its got good graphics but TBH I've seen stuff like this a thousand times before. Evony, Torpia, Armies of Gielnor and a dozen cloned FaceBook games all run off the same worn out gameplay. Use basic management of resources to feed troops and expand your town, get all buildings to max level, build new town and repeat then get steamrollered by a player who's sunk thousands into buying bonuses. At the very least give it some sort of twist.
I am amazed at the sheer beauty of this game. No wonder it recieved a perfect Metascore. It taps so effectively into the work/reward system implanted into every human being, keeping us mercilessly entertained even after two and a half hours of grinding. The combat system is even more intricate than all the Final Fantasy games combined, with two whold interactions in battles alone: Heal and Attack. Each have their effects, with both short and long term consequences. It is easy to learn, yet difficult to master. A fine piece of interactive cinema. 5/5
This game is an artistic display of the daily tedium one must go through in order to shield oneself from life's enemies. The poorly drawn stickman represents the ambiguous attack from all sides, your boss, your collegues, perhaps even your own family. I'm aware that most people on Kongregate will inevitably fail to grasp the sheer beauty of this wonderous interactive depiction, but the fact remains that anyone with an emotional range wider than that of a preteen Bieber fan will marvel at the display of this tear inducing artwork. 5/5
I understand that large scale flash games need to make money but unless you have an original concept (like VVVVVV) people aren't going to choose to purchase your game over a good eBay 2005 one for the same price.
Great game and very replayable, but IMO the boss was a bit dissapointing. Not particulary the gameplay involved in killing it (after all, your choices are a bit limited for bosses in this kind of game) but the fact that he went down after two hits. I'd say let him be able to survive about ten hits, or seven. That would be much more challenging.