Runic Curse

4.4
1.23K reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

A group of travelers stumbles upon a storm on the high seas and is shipwrecked. Adrian, a member of the crew, wakes up on an unknown island that has been overtaken by the so-called "Runic Curse". It is Adrian who will have to find out what happened to his crew on this island with a terrible fate.

Key features:
- Dynamic combat system with stamina management and rolls, which give iframes
- RPG elements: Level system with selective increase of characteristics, equipment, abilities for previously inaccessible areas
- Many options for combining cold weapons and magic runes
- 10 extensive locations with various enemies and bosses
- Craft expendable runes and upgrade runes for weapons
- More than 55 types of spells
- New Game+ in unlimited quantities
- Boss Rush mode
- Customizable touch controls
Updated on
Jan 24, 2022

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4.4
1.23K reviews
Hex Omega
April 10, 2022
I like it, but I don't really want to play it without controller support. I don't like when games have the little arrows for moving around. It requires a lot of perscision and paying attention to where your thumb is at during combat situations, and I'm not a big fan of my character deciding to come to a stop while I'm trying to run from an enemy. If it had controller support, I'd enjoy it a lot more.
12 people found this review helpful
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Seattle Sauce
April 15, 2021
I really wanted to like this game. It does have a lot of good elements. But the controls and awkwardness around stairs when you are fighting an enemy, especially a tall one is just too frustrating. Too many times I have died around stairs due to the wonky affects of trying to jump, move around, roll, attack and everything in between. No matter what it is so difficult to get on and up the stairs. I could have an amazing run and it all be ruined because of a corner of a room with wonky stairs.
6 people found this review helpful
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Brian B
December 3, 2020
A very enjoyable game. Has excellent enemy and boss variety. The combat system makes use of a weapon cool-down system. The controls are simple yet engaging. The various loot feels interesting and the rune system provides a wide variety of spells. It's easy to tell that the author put a lot of thought into the enemies and the combat system. • Enemy attacks are consistently telegraphed. The gameplay rarely feels unfair. • Every enemy and boss feels very different. Further, most enemies have several different attacks. Bosses typically change attacking style midway through the fight, providing even further variety. • The artwork/animation feels great. Some of the enemy attacks are especially clever. E.g., one enemy has a backwards counterattack in response to a forward dodge roll. It should have felt unfair, but it was animated well enough to feel like a skilled technique. • The pacing feels excellent. I've had plenty • The player weapons each feel different. The spell system adds even further differentiation. Tying spells to weapons means that there was very little temptation to juggle spells in combat, unlike in most similar games. • When I took damage, it always felt like my own fault rather than the game's. Not only do most enemies telegraph their attacks, but also enemies have simple enough attacks that players can often perform anticipatory dodges. The maps were also excellent. Different areas feel different, both in art and in theme. Teleportation rooms and help mitigate backtracking headaches. Further, there are plenty of gates and switches to make the world easier to traverse. Such gates tend to have excellent treasure; I never felt like I was wasting my time when I worked on cleaning out the map. If you enjoy Metroidvania games, this is one of the better ones.
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What's new

- Added Portuguese language
- Added the function of changing the language in the settings of the main menu
- Fixed a bug where it was impossible to start NG+
- Fixed minor bugs