Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!. Show creator Pendleton Ward teams up again with developer WayForward in an all-new action game! Part of me thought that maybe this game might be enjoyable with other players — but how wrong I was. Choice of 90's jrpg retro graphics is baffling and adds nothing to game. Fight through 100 floors of a massive dungeon, battling enemies and bosses from across the Adventure Time universe, using an arsenal of weapons and power-ups. Savings represents a discount off the List Price. If you're like me that's collecting all the adventure time titles then this is for you. She thinks the cause lies within her Secret Royal Dungeon, where only the nastiest monsters and criminals are locked up.
Princess Bubblegum summons Finn and Jake to the Candy Kingdom to investigate a rash of thefts and kidnappings that have plagued her kingdom. If they've found a way to escape, the Land of Ooo will be in danger! This is the second game based on the animated television series after 2012's. Critical reception to the game was largely negative. As for the game its boring and repetitive. How soon, I can't say. Dungeons are slow and repetitive, attacking is clunky, needs a run button, leveling is frustrating as money you collect must be spent before reentering the dungeon, the map is poorly placed on the top screen, and the voice acting is repetitive in game. These are all things that are lacking here, as you explore just a little too slowly, deliver hits that feel a little too weightless, and find paltry scraps of loot in levels that are too large and empty to be interesting.
From a show where anything can happen to a game where almost nothing happens; for fans, this will be the greatest disappointment. This is probably the only thing that didn't disappoint me. We were excited for the first few levels. Raid chests for treasure and booty that'll help you unravel the mystery of the dungeon! It shows a surprising lack of imagination, particularly for such a renowned studio, wrapping the zany Cartoon Network series over a tedious adventure that does neither the cartoon nor the genre any justice. A barmy fantasy pastiche starring Finn the Human and his rubbery, sardonic sidekick, Jake the Dog, it's set in the Land of Ooo, where pretty much anything is possible. I feel like the biggest sucker in the world right now.
While the story takes some fun turns, the gameplay is too dull and one-note to keep players interested in the long term. I recently became a fan of the cartoons and after playing this game which left much to be desired , made me feel like they could of done a better job. From a top down perspective, you and up to three local friends guide characters from the show through 100 floors, bashing enemies, smashing the objects that spawn them, opening chests and grabbing treasure. When the criminals inexplicably escape, Princess Bubblegum summons Finn and Jake to explore the dungeon and find out the reason they were able to break free. If you die in a level, your teammates can come to your rescue and try to revive you before you disappear; otherwise, you're out until the next level. Then the actual game started. Wish I could return this garbage.
The one thing that WayForward get right is the presentation. But this game was a waste of money and energy. This can be upgraded 2 times by paying Treasure to. Each boss stage leads to a short pixel-art cut-scene where some of the Adventure Time flavour soaks through, but during gameplay you could swap out the sprites and be playing a game based on any cartoon. Well, whenever you wish to re-enter the dungeon, you're forced to give up all the money you haven't spent yet. Princess Bubblegum has employed Finn and Jake to determine why prisoners are escaping from the Land of Ooo. .
While the mundane environments are rendered with polygons, everything else is drawn in 16-bit sprites, which works well with the subject matter. Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!! For years I've been interested in the history of video games and as a result I have quite the collection of console hardware, not to mention a brain bursting with gaming trivia and knowledge. I purchased the game and actually had high hopes for it, but it turned out to be a waste of money. As you progress, you can unlock other playable and non-playable characters by rescuing them, defeating them, and so on. Go to options and set P1 to controller. My room mate and I love to take the rare night when we are off to just chill and play this game; it's super enjoyable! I do not care for this game.
The Dungeon Guide is basically a list of enemies, characters, items, etc. She thinks the cause lies within her Secret Royal Dungeon, where only the nastiest monsters and criminals are locked up. I would pass on buying this game, its definitely not worth the buy. Review copy provided by the publisher. They promised voice acting but its barely used. I found the Cast interviews to be kind of neat, but there were only for cast members interviewed and they were each asked around four questions, two of these being about the game.
Fighting is very slow and dull, you can't move while you attack and even if you have a gun in the form of a subweapon, you can't strafe with it which makes shooting things difficult. Effectively making the hours of dungeon crawling absolutely pointless. This game was too repeating and certain levels were a little frustrating. Each playable character has their own special attack, which can be used to various effects, such as damaging enemies or regaining health. The game was announced on May 14, 2013. The game was first announced on May 14, 2013. Upgrades are also stupidly expensive, and seeing as you can't save your gold, you have to play for incredibly long amounts of time.