Oddland's review

    Published: 2013-02-14, by Peter Warrior.

    Post apocalyptic Mad Max-like duels

    • Great graphics and sounds
    • Several gameplay modes
    • Agressive in-app offerings
    • High difficulty

    "Rather Odder, I would say"

    Oddland is one of those eclectic, multi-genre games that can be enjoyed for a long while if you get hooked to it. In short, it's a duelist game, conceptually not far from 80s duel games. However, it comes with a sackful of additional stuff. let's take a look:

    Life on Earth has become an anomaly after several nuclear wars or whatsoever sent our planet down the drain. Outcasts and mutants wander and roam looking for preys, and the only way of fencing them off is by dueling. Fortunately, we can train shooting at bottles to improve our stats and play a card minigame to earn money in order to beat the great campaign mode. Then, it'll be time to play and replay additional game modes or even going online to face other duelists. It's a nearly never-ending game thanks to its several game modes, RPG touches, achievements and options. By the way, graphics and music are gorgeous, and the only flaws we've detected are that touch response can be felt slow at first and that the free nature of the game causes constant in-app purchase offerings impolite.

    Although it requires a heavy download, we can recommend it. It's fun, it's free and it reminds us of a sort of Wild West Mad Max. What else you need.

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    Feb 14, 2013

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