Game is great, just finally 100%ed it. Would be nice though if hitting android BACK button in the main title screen quit the game instead of resetting the whole progress temporarily (or maybe not, just lost my progress completely, rewritten by new progress), until the game is properly restarted - super weird behaviour :) Played on Samsung J5
Great remake. Nice to see how far you've grown as a game developer in such short time. I played the original before this on ios, IIRC, and thought it was decent, but playing the remaster is a big difference in control, feel, and comfort alone. Even just the slight ricochet bounce lets the player approach the stages and puzzles with a bit more risky play if desired. The updated graphics are also nice, and more refined, even with just a small resolution diffrence and a few more in-between frames. The impacts resonate better with the player in both Duke's power-driven dashes and his injuries from failures. After beating the remaster and trying the original again, stage design is notably improved, partly due to considering the ricochet, but also considering Quality of Life (i.e. not as strict or forcing the player to wait quite as long for some obstacles, which makes a big difference for this kind of game!). Great job! Hope your next endeavor is just as good.
Minor bugs in one level. Also when dashing on the wall many times, it prevents you from falling for some time.
Too much ads I gave up. Better to put shorter ads not half minute every 2 to 3 minutes gameplay
My review was removed ! Game has intrusive ads that pop up and interrupt actual gameplay of levels. Yes you can buy ad free option which i have for other games but this method of ruining gameplay is extortion... not happy.
Too easy, too short, and way too many adds. Terrible!
Originally released in 2014, Duke Dashington returns with his original adventure remastered with better controls, polished level design and redrawn graphics!
Sequel to smash hit 'Broken Sword: Director's Cut' - rated 5* on Google Play.