Bluest -Elements-

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    Bluest -Elements-

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    Published: 2013-08-06, by .

    Bluest is an action-packed side-scrolling fighting game set in retro graphics

    • Variety of movements (fight deadly techniques)
    • 32 levels, 3 environments
    • Animations and effects
    • Background music
    • Global achievements and leaderboards
    • Visuals: high-end details
    • Controls should be more responsive and intuitive

    "Against the evil on his lonesome"

    Bluest - Elements - is a mobile game inspired by the classic 16-bit arcades such as Altered Beast and Shinobi saga: side-scrolling beat'em up in which a lonely hero must face waves of enemies, grab some items and level up until defeating all final bosses.

    The goal here is collecting the three keys needed to open the gate that will bring you to another level and, after more than 32 levels and 3 different locations, to the exit of the land you've imprisoned by evil forces. Getting the keys isn't just a matter of jumping and grab them: you must defeat enemies using your fighting skills that include a wide range of deadly techniques. Up to 30 types of different deadly techniques performed with just a few buttons. You must learn them though (following tutorial is recommended) if you want to beat your enemies on further levels (difficulty increases as you advance).

    The game is set in 16-bit retro graphics which perfectly fits side-scrolling beat'em up gameplay. A cartoony touch with sharper lines would make it less bland on the visual side. It's certainly great having such variety of movements, however, controls should be enhanced: it's quite difficult to get the hang of it, and somehow uncomfortable, specially moving right/left (directions buttons aren't close for each other). Touch and flick operation solves it in part, but not completely. Besides, Bluest's background music is excellent and perfectly fits the game's pace.

    In brief, Bluest - Elements - is a highly entertaining game that guarantees hours of fun, if you aren't too fussy with the visuals.

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    Manu Appszoom logo

    by Manu , Appszoom

    Aug 06, 2013


    ・”Bluest” is scrolling fighting action game.
    you will defeat enemies by various special moves to clear all stages.

    ・There are various types of special moves such as lunge, ranged attack, counter-air attack and bombardment. Also, you can connect one attack with another technique to attack enemy incessantly.

    ・You can achieve skills of special move by raising your level. Selecting appropriate special move to enemy will be the key to clear stage.

    ・By touch and flick operation which are newly developed for smartphones, you can move characters exactly as if you play in home-use game console.

    ・Total volume of this game consist of 48×3 stages + 30 types of special moves + 5 types of skill system. There are many elements for playing through for additional challenge such as clearing all the stages, completing all special moves and speedruns.

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    Jasfer Alain Medina

    by Jasfer Alain Medina

    Jan 31, 2018  |  "Awesome"

    I love it :)

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jan 23, 2018  |  "Awesome"

    This game is good

    Brayden Osorio

    by Brayden Osorio

    Jan 05, 2018  |  "Awesome"

    It's super fun and challenging. X3

    Jess London

    by Jess London

    Dec 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    Daniel Maule

    by Daniel Maule

    Dec 11, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    It's good but I wish you didn't have to pay for the full game

    Jide Obat

    by Jide Obat

    Dec 09, 2017  |  "Good"

    One-handed controls are a nice idea on paper, but difficult to perfect in reality. I deleted the game after playing the first couple levels, as I couldn't stand the controls. The game has a lot of "autocombo," sacrificing control for ease of use, which is the opposite reason I like fighters and beat-em-ups, and I'd rather play something like Dan the Man or BlazBlue RR on my tablet. Bluest just didn't do much for me.