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Baron's Door

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Jan 5, 2016 | 6:43 AM EST

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WASD (arrows)
Mouse - AIM
[R] or RClick - reload weapon
[Q,E] - switch the weapons
[1,2,3,5,6] – weapons hotkey



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Baron’s Door – It’s like Skyrim with guns, programmed by Satan.

General Score – 9.5/10
Despite being one of the hardest damn flash games I’ve EVER played, it was a lot of fun, and I was sad to finish it.
This is your 2d sidescrolling shooter, with your classic arcade style combat and problem solving. You go into the castle, and have to go through doors that have their own maps. Each map has 1 or 2 stars in it that you need to collect to open up a segment to more doors, with your final objective being to destroy the final boss. The game gives you up to 6 weapons to use, a dagger, bow, shotgun, assault rifle, rocket launcher, and lghtsaber because why the hell not. This Is a very fun, but difficult game, as some of their traps are clever and brutal.

Originality: 9.5/10
Ya ok, maybe the idea itself isn’t all that original, but sweet Lord, some of those traps are insane and ingenius. There’s a level where I had to jump across platforms that change orientation upon receiving force. Not too hard, except a few had a lava shooter that made it spin when it fired, and another had a flying demon chained to it, that keeps trying to murder you. Their level designs were short, but compact and full of challenges. Some doors are easy, some are complete nightmares that will have you pulling your hair out. Just for the clever traps in small spaces alone, you get plenty of points.

Plot: 8/10
To be honest, not every game needs a plot, some are just to go and have fun, which is clearly what Baron’s Door is. But I gotta give you something in plot so average score.

Game dynamics/learning ability: 9.5/10
There’s no leveling up, there’s just the ammo for your guns. No need for a tutorial either. You get to jump into a wonderful game full of traps that would make Mario nervous. There was a puzzle that took some thinking outside the box to solve, and I ened up saving it for later, thinking I had to have some form of flight power. Hint: you can complete any level at any time if you have access to it, be creative.

Difficulty: 9/10
Complaining time!
I woulda given it 10/10 but sweet jesus, some of these levels had me making several goes, then taking a break cause I was about to put my fist through the monitor. So it’s one of those games where it requires skill to beat, and not just “Sorry, you’re too low level, go do some quests and try again another time =D” I can't tell you how many times I died from just backing into a spike ball that I shot from the ceiling. Their traps make it clear what you have to do, but pulling it off is a different story.

Length: 9/10
The game takes a bit to beat just from shier difficulty. The actual length of the game isn’t too bad. Kinda wish it had gone on for a taaaad longer but owell.

If you beat this game, add it to your list of accomplishments, because you deserve it. The only issue I had with the game, is when an enemy is in your face, your guns don’t hit them and it gets frustrating. Had fun, and hope to see more!

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Dragosha responds:

Awesome comment, hmm... not comment, it's narrative. Thanks a lot!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fun game. I love the way how I killed the last boss with the light saber in Star War style.

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Dragosha responds:

thanks )


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Ok, it's good for what I've seen so far. Would have been appreciated if there were some ng medals

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