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  • Summary: Trouserheart is all about fun, instantly accessible, pick up and play hack’n’slash gameplay with playful art style and humorous tone. Super fluid controls with options for both fixed and floating modes make the game a joy to play for beginners and veteran gamers alike. The game offers two difficulty levels and even an optional perma-death mode for the bravest of adventurers! Collapse
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  1. Sep 27, 2013
    On the surface, Trouserheart is simple and charming. But at its core, this title offers a distinct sense of challenge atop a fun-inspiring backdrop. He might look like the dad of Sir Arthur from Ghouls ‘N Ghosts (they even have the same underwear!), but I assure you, Trouserheart is all heart and no pants.
  2. Sep 26, 2013
    A simple and special hack and slasher, Trouserheart has enough going for it that it's hard to resist.
  3. Sep 26, 2013
    Simple yet fun, Trouserheart is a charming hack n slasher that's ideal for when one wants to play something a little more casual.
  4. Sep 27, 2013
    Trouserheart is a well-built hack-and-slash game that simply turns you loose to rip things up with your sword. It could use a little more meat on its bones, but with any luck we’ll see more levels in future updates. In the meantime, a short adventure isn’t so bad: a person shouldn’t walk around without pants for an extended period of time if they don’t want to bring the cops running.
  5. Oct 14, 2013
    By staying true to its simple hack-and-slash roots, Trouserheart succeeds in delivering a good old-fashioned arcade romp that's as diverting as it is charming.
  6. Feb 10, 2014
    Trouserheart doesn’t try and bring anything new to the action-adventure table, and that’s ok. Dicework Games has crafted a simple and incredibly fun experience that’ll charm the pants off you. [Issue 0, January 2014]
  7. Oct 2, 2013
    I didn't have a bad time with Trouserheart. The premise was silly fun, it wrapped up in an amusing way, and it's not offensive to play by any means. That said, it's very light on content and substance in general, with simple, shallow gameplay, limited character building options, and a small number of stages.

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