Embark on a quest to eliminate the evils that plague an unfortunate village in this addictive RPG game that involves battles, upgrades, and item combining, resulting in an RPG that seems too good to simply be a flash game.
There's nothing like an adventure that stems from being wrongly (but also a little bit rightly) accused of the theft of an all-powerful gem, particularly when this adventure leads to the gathering of an old-fashioned posse to star in an upwards-scrolling RPG shooter with impressive style and an addictive charm.
Incredible quantities of violence don’t usually come as standard in regular flash games, but when Berserk Land get their hands on your browser, you can expect immense quantities of brutality and equal amounts of unadulterated quality in gaming. Sands of the Coliseum follows this inclination of excellence with a turn-based battling system and the opportunity to battle your way to gladiator fame and/or infamy.
For those of you that don’t know me (and I will assume that due to us being on a no-name basis, this includes you and indeed everyone else who has read this review), I should admit that I am occasionally closed-minded about the kind of genres of flash game that I am willing to endure; I will also admit that this occasion falls on every single day of my life. However, I am also known to break free of my usual unwavering preference for games that involve purely guns, ammo, and obtaining more ammo in order to continue firing the guns. This statement holds true only for games which actually give me an adequate reason to change my mind about whichever genre they represent. Today, I would like to share my experience of ‘Liquid Measure 2: Dark Fluid Pack’ which is a physics-based puzzler that somehow managed to warm my cold gaming heart to the genre, and also to the profession of plumbing in general.
Whether you have a fondness for the physical laws of the universe and their practical application to everyday situations or whether you simply don’t care, Electric Box 2 is a game that will literally spark your interest in solving a series of electrically-charged puzzles using a variety of provided instruments and functional gadgets to challenge your logical mind to its limit.
What happens when you combine card combat with basic RPG elements? You get Clash of the Dragons –an impressive and fun card battling game that places you in a fantasy world of magic, dragons, legendary weapons and of course, the ever present foreboding doom that you must prevail against. So the question is: is it any fun?