At £11.99/$14.99, I would say that you would be a fool to pass by the chance to take part in the worlds cutest riot. The game offers up a challenge that steadily gets tougher the further that you progress. The addictive nature, coupled with fluid gameplay and controls make Anarcute a pleasure to play.
Anarcute is a fun little game in which you try to free the world from brain washing enemies. The game is surprisingly strategic, and the replayability is nice as well. Anarcute tends to feel a bit repetitive during longer play sessions though.
Anarcute strikes for the stark contrast between violent urban action and its cute characters and world. It's based on a cool gameplay concept - controlling crowds with power-ups while they grow - but it might lack some deepens in its mechanics. All in all, a genuine and satisfying game to play.
While it is not perfect (scenes can be a little hard to read sometimes), Anarcute is a cute game based on a concept that is both fun and fresh. And even though it takes place in a cartoonish world, it manages to transport the player in the cities where the missions take place. If you don't know what to play during one of those long summer days, you could do a lot worse than giving Anarcute a shot.
On the whole, those who manage to gel with Anarcute’s unique gameplay despite its haphazard combat and repetitive nature will find a reasonably enjoyable game to work through. For many though, I’d wager there’s a real risk that frustration and boredom may hamper the experience.
SummaryThese are dark times. A group of evil corporations has taken over the world's major cities. They've taken over the media, brainwashed the police and are now shamelessly running citizens' lives from the security of their skyscrapers. It is time to act. Assume control of the revolution to confront the terrible Brainwash Patrol who are domi...