Generally favorable reviews- based on 12 Ratings
JamesM.Dec 17, 2005This game is one of the best I've come across in a very long time. Quick and easy to get into, but it never ceases to be interesting and challenging. Although turn-based, it has live-action combat to keep the most interesting aspects as exciting as they can be.… Full Review »
JeremyFMar 5, 2006I love it. It has enough activity going on to keep you interested.
Oct 29, 2013A cute game that is worth some exploration. The design is a bit lazy though, far too based on luck to really warrant any returns. It can't really hold a torch to the established rogue-like games given it's very limited events and equipment. The real beauty of a randomly generated game is that the richness and exploration of seemingly-limitless content and variety counterbalances the inherently unfair aspect of the game. In, say, Dungeons of Dredmor, you can chuckle when the game kills you with a teleport to some nightmare level full of clones or you open a door to a monster school... in Weirdworlds, half of your games you will say, "oh well, the map is blocked by nebulas and I didn't find a way to get through them, so the end"... or perhaps, "I have charted the known galaxy but didn't find any proper shields, so I have no chance of fighting any enemies, game over". This is a learn and drop type of game, not an endless amusement.… Full Review »