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About the product
- Classic "Action / Adventure" gameplay from a first-person perspective. Combining the fast paced action of intense gun battles with adventure gameplay that rewards players for exploring, solving puzzles and by "taking the road less traveled"
- Traveler equipment: compass, treasure maps, notebook and flashlight – necessary to solve ancient puzzles, find treasures and even fight with certain type of enemies
- Using environmental traps to eliminate enemies in many spectacular ways
- Exotic, picturesque locations from around the world – Egypt, Arctic and forgotten Mayan ruins
- Compelling story faithful to the spirit of classic adventure movies
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Top customer reviews
As for the gameplay, Deadfall Adventures is very solid. The shooting controls feel great and are responsive. In addition to the combat, there's many puzzles that are usually pretty easy, but there are a couple that'll make you think a little. It's just a fun game to play.
I did, however, really enjoy the story. The voice acting can range from okay to terrible, but it's all in a good cheesy B movie way, with Nazi characters so stereotypical that it's corny. But the corniness of the dialogue and characters are so fitting for this game. I did like the main character, though, as he reminded me of Serious Sam with his cheesy quips. If you're looking for super serious dialogue, look elsewhere.
Graphically, I was actually impressed for a lower budget game. Some textures aren't as detailed as they could be, but I thought the environments overall looked pretty nice and had some decent lighting. I also liked the character models for the two main characters. Some of the Nazi character models, however, didn't look quite as nice in comparison.
Deadfall Adventures was just a fun and cheesy action game for me. Nothing about it is mindblowing, but it's not a bad game at all. It may be generic and derivative, but it's enjoyable throughout.
Game play has been okay. When you turn to look it moves slow. I wish it was 3rd person instead of 1st.
The game is a good mix of puzzle and shooter. Characters are a little behind the times and a little choppy.
Graphics look out of date but its not a big deal.