Published on June 24th, 2020 | by Roticstyle0
Wira & Taksa Against the Master of Gravity
There was little to tell me exactly what the back story is for the game. You have 2 characters that have a certain skill set. Each skill is useful for completing the levels. It appears to be just a simple progression game from each area to the next.
It would have been nice to get a basic understanding at the loading out and initial start of the game.
Controls were simple and easy to pick up with easy steps. I was surprised that I had to learn them all in the first portion of the game. Most would have stages to let me get comfortable with each first. Screen movement was challenging as I had to take time to scroll to “look” in the direction I wanted to gravity hop to make sure it was safe all the time.
No signs of lag during loading or gameplay. Background graphics were smooth and creative. They lent more to the story on each area played. The rolling play area was well designed with many challenges for the players to complete. The characters movements were defined and smooth.
The advancement of game depth through the game level spinning to different angles was a nice tough
Story progression was easy to understand as you played. Basic PC games combinations for movement allowed more time to focus on passing the challenges and defeating foes.
Game play was enjoyable.
Great game, I would get this for myself and my family.
4 stars out of 5