A good game in the vein of the original Dragon Warrior on NES. However, it is a little too short with no storyline to follow; else it would have gotten 4 stars from me. I definitely want to buy both sequels when I am able, given that they are both under two dollars.
Considering to buy Gurk II and III The random encounters were spaced nicely and could be challenging. Liked the minimalistic/8-bit motif. The parts I didn't like include that it had no storyline (and no ending) and that it was short. But it was gratis, adfree, and the memory and disk space usage was miniscule, which are always plusses.
Simply Fun If you liked old skool RPGs then you will like Gurk. It is simple and can turn into a grind at times. The story is non existent so you basically just explore and find treasure. I see potential and I am looking forward to playing the sequels.
Cool! I dont know why but this game is addicting, I dont want to stop playing it! The only thing that it is missing is some 8-bit sounds and music. Other than that the game is great and I recommend it! Now I just have to buy 2 and 3!
Simple and great A free app with no ads and no requirements? It never lags or loads, the only thing I would change is the UI a tiny bit, but even still I thoroughly enjoyed the game to the end.
Very good, only around 90kb Amazing game, very fun and addictive but a bit fiddly. I love that their are No Ads!
Finally got rid of that annoying Gurk II ad! Thanks for the patience, Nexus 4 users. Be sure to check out Gurk II and Gurk III!
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