I thought it was a 'normal' arcade game but man, I was not ready for all this drama. I mean to be honest, it was the best game I've ever played on my mobile device. 11/10 would forget and play again.
It's kinda nostalgic based on how it reminds me of this game my cousin would draw when he was younger(based on the comedy of this game) and I just miss the feels. I do however wished there was more effort in the graphics department though; although it doesn't deter from the fun.
Whenever I play any troll game, there are two factors I keep in mind before giving a review. The first is what type of troll game I play, a puzzle game or an adventure game. The second will be how annoying the troll game gets before I lose interest. What I noticed is that this is categorized adventure genre. However, this game borrows more elements from the puzzle troll game. But I think it's actually better this way since it allows for different hazards with a motif by the creator. Now onto the second part, which is what makes this my current favorite troll game. And that is the fact I did not lose interest playing throughout the whole game. Since it brings the puzzle aspects in a large adventure environment, it acts more of a logic puzzle with crazy twists. I never got angered when I was having trouble, and the randomness of the game is what made it constantly entertaining. The unique dangers are consistently surprising, but also includes classic troll blocks kept to a minimum. And the story, main reason why this deserves five stars whether it was a troll game or not. The journey to the end and experiencing the final boss is absolutely worth all your free time. Everything about the story kept me laughing and bewildered from start to finish, never thinking of stopping. But with all my support, there is one gripe I have, and that is the reusing of the music. There wasn't anything special, but I remember it looping in my head even after taking a break. Still, I recommend playing the game.
I like how its a kind of think game, the things are not the way you think they'll go.
Kills you more than dark souls, but that make me wonder how I can still find it entertaining when I do lol
What's with the permissions? Can't think of any good reason this game would need your location.