Keen: One Girl Army is an addictive tactical experience, featuring a heroine sporting rollerskates and a deadly blade. It’s fun and challenging sliding puzzle game, plus a visual and audio treat, and comes highly recommended.
Keen: One Girl Army is a stylish, fun game that stands on its own by mixing together sliding puzzle gameplay with turn-based tactics and some light dungeon exploration. While it’s not as replayable as it wishes it could be, it’s still an enjoyable puzzle game even if it might be a little much at times. If you’re looking for something that innovates on puzzle games in the same vein as Hatsworth, Puzzle Quest, or Slayaway Camp, Keen’s the game for you, but it likely won’t hit the highs of those games.
There's the core of something great in Keen - One Girl Army. When it's firing on all cylinders, it is reminiscent of one of Namco's arcade refreshes, a modernized version of a never-released coin-guzzling great. It's a shame that a lot of those impressive additions can offer excess complexity at the same time, creating a balance that isn't always maintained. Ultimately, that makes Keen - One Girl Army land slightly short of similar games that know when to keep it simple.
SummaryKeen is a sliding puzzle game with turn-by-turn tactical combat and a hint of adventure! Guide Kim, a grumpy little girl raised by her grandmother on a journey to stop an evil secret society from destroying her village.