Mar 12, 2014This is a game to play when you are waiting around for something, need to quickly blow off some steam, or if you’re a maniacal completionist. The depth behind the simplistic control scheme is impressive up to a point, until it all starts to get a bit samey.
Generally favorable reviews- based on 107 Ratings
Mar 7, 2014The gameplay is absolutely brilliant, so fun that I only stopped playing when my hand couldn't handle more clicking!
This game isn't ofThe gameplay is absolutely brilliant, so fun that I only stopped playing when my hand couldn't handle more clicking!
This game isn't of course perfect, it could use a much better overall map, maybe configurable game modes.
The game has two game modes, survival and a sort of campaign and playing it only requires two buttons, one to attack enemies on the right side, another to attack enemies on the left side, sounds simple right? Well its not! There's a lot of enemies, some evade attacks, some require more than one hit to die, small bosses that require tricky combinations, weapons thrown at you, you throwing weapons at them, special rounds with special weapons and so on. I find it amazing how I can just repeat a same level 6 or 7 times to get a perfect score and it never feels like grinding, its just pure fun this game.… Full Review »
Feb 10, 2014This game is just brilliant! Very simple, yet very entertaining. But i personally feel it's a but too cheap for what you get out of the game.This game is just brilliant! Very simple, yet very entertaining. But i personally feel it's a but too cheap for what you get out of the game. Other then that, Must Buy, Must Play, Gotta Love.… Full Review »
Oct 30, 2013For one dollar, you really aren't going to get a more entertaining and challenging game.
One Finger Death Punch only uses two buttons,For one dollar, you really aren't going to get a more entertaining and challenging game.
One Finger Death Punch only uses two buttons, attack left and attack right. Gameplay consists of enemies streaming in on either side who must be struck before reaching you, but not before entering your "attack zone".
This simple formula gets steadily more complicated as new enemies that require combo sequences to defeat are introduced along with weapons, attainable power-ups, and screen clearing "super combos". Literally everything in this game is fun to watch. Your stick figure character cycles through several kung-fu styles each level and watching as he plows through waves of enemies is made all the sweeter by moments of time-slowing effects that highlight your character punching organs out of his enemies or breaking their bones with powerful strikes.
If you have any idea what "No, Luca, No" is, you may be surprised to know that the makers of that "anti-game" are behind this loving tribute to gonzo action. Simply put... PLAY THIS GAME… Full Review »