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Submitted by Captain_Mushroom 787d ago | review

Darkout Review | Analog Addiction

Analog Addiction writes:

"Back in 2009, the gaming world was introduced to a pretty unique concept, in the form of Minecraft. The idea was simple: you can build whatever is in your mind – from spaceships, to underground laboratories, castles, cars, ancient temples, torture chambers, whole cities etc. – using blocks, LEGO-style. Sure, other aspects like crafting and survival were also implemented, but the sheer idea of a game limited only by your imagination became a phenomenon in our industry.

Naturally, other developers took this concept, and started expanding upon it. One of these studios is Allgraf, with its game being called Darkout. Darkout is a 2D action/adventure platformer, focusing on exploring, crafting, and building. While it has its moments when everything “clicks,” for the time being, Darkout simply feels clumsy, and incomplete." (Darkout, PC) 6.5/10

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