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Paper Monsters

09 Nov 2013

Paper Monsters game review

This is a new platform game released by Crescent Moon games. The content of the game is straight forward and easy to follow albeit very entertaining and easy to use.

The player commands a happy hero created from paper who dashes around and leaps the way through the various stages of the game which include plat forms which glide in the air, dangerous oppositions and mysteries to solve.

The game is directed at the more youthful player as well as traditional game enthusiasts. Having recently completed the game all I can conclude is that the game was so fantastic I was left dumbfounded.

The Paper Empire is a cheery empire to live but all this changes when an attempting vanquisher and his accomplices land.

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Luckily the empire has a mercenary in the form of a mechanical figure constructed out of cardboard. The game is easy to play and straight forward to follow in an attempt to engage with the more youthful and traditional players as mentioned earlier.

One of the best things about the games has to be the feel good factor which it presents. Having played numerous plat form games in my time most of which seem to have the right fundamentals and use of commands but for some reason just does not feel right and does not create an enjoyable experience. This game however does.

To play the game, there are no complications or anything too difficult. It all seems very easy. The character can manoeuvre from side to side and leap. This is all the game consists of so is very easy. As a player progresses through the stages game of play will change to that of different modes of transport such as a helicopter. This breaks down the stages in a nice way.

The commands for the game are typical for an iOS game. There is a thumb lever to one side and on the other side contact is required to make the character leap. The commands have been reliable and work well. As the player ploughs their way through the sixteen stages of the game their will be numerous items which must be accumulated. Certain items are to enhance scoring with some having a greater value compared to others. The simple plat form element is broke down into various pieces such as the submarine section in stage two. To complete the game, skill required is relatively easy but the main object would be to collecting all the necessary items.

There are four planets contained within the game which have a fight included but because the game is aimed at youthful players, the intensity is played down and the enjoyment is quite unsatisfying. Irrespective of the age range of the game I do believe the fight modes could have been slightly more intense.

I feel the game has comparisons to a game from the Mario saga in the respect of the articles which need to be accumulated and tunnels to go through and the water stages also.

If the player does find this game too simple and feel they require more of a challenge then this can be found in the Dash stage, which is a traditional run plat form game.

The illustrations are three dimensional, bright and sharp whilst the actual game play itself remains traditional. The sound effects however compliment the game play well creating a suitable mood. The similarities to the Mario saga as mentioned previously embellish the brilliant appearance of this game. 

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