The object of Masky is to collect as many masks as you can without toppling over. You do so by walking to the left and right side of the screen and linking arms with the person standing there. They don a colorful mask and are added to your score.
Of course, it’s not that simple.
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Ever wanted to know what it would be like to have a one night stand? What about having to deal with the morning after? Or not and making a run for it? One Night Stand answers all those questions and more in all the awkward glory.
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You’ve been marooned on an island by a convenient turn of events. You meet a scientist who explains to you that, by finding magical tablets, you can travel from island to island and hopefully escape.
So… You do just that.
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Dragon Rage is an enjoyable, albeit short, bout of destruction and mayhem. Play as an angry, chubby little dragon and destroy a mountain-top village.
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So what the hell is a “Hunter’s Legacy” anyway? A bow? A knife? The ins and outs of hunting down critters? Well, I couldn’t tell you the definitive answer, but I do know that the game is a solid action platformer with some beautifully hand-drawn art. If you’re a fan of platformers of old, you’ll get a kick out of Hunter’s Legacy. But be careful because it’ll kick right back.
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Vilmonic was created by Bludgeonsoft. We’ve been corresponding with this talented one-person developer, and are super grateful for the chance to give it a shot.
Here we go.
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