posted by NewPenny (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO) Jun 10, 2013
Member since Jun 2013
Awesome sound track; one of the best in my opinion.
True to the show; I think they included most of the characters. Every one acts as they should.
Easy/Quick. I beat all bosses but Ice King on the first try. I also get that the riddles sucked because Ice King is dumb, but you can solve them instantly.
Over all: Luckily we are all on game fly, so I would suggest renting this game for a couple of days; not buying it.
I was introduced to this game by a friend of mine, and the first second I saw it, I was hooked on the game. I couldn't stop playing until I had finished the game. (Of course, I didn't really play non-stop.) I recommend the game to everyone that is a fan of Adventure Time.
I've been loosely following the show for a while so I wanted to try out the game. So, starting off with game play, I find it rather similar to Zelda II, with the over-head world with side scrolling towns and dungeons. I thought it wasn't too bad. The over-world was a little sparsely decorated at times, but it's style fit with the show. The side scrolling portions seemed to have a bit of loose control, which threw some jumps off. Not so much to detract from the quality, but it took some getting used to. Some of the boss fights were too easy. They're supposed to be bosses. They took more hits but sometimes less strategy than regular enemies. I did like the inventory system. Being able to combine certain items for a greater or altered effect was nice. It expanded the uses of weaker early-game items. Graphics-wise, there's not much point to using the 3D visuals. It's main portions are 2-d, so it seems more like a pop-up book than actual 3d. Again, character design fit in with the cartoon, which brought some laughs. Item names referenced the show quite a bit, even bringing back recollections of specific episodes. Over-all, it's a fairly entertaining game, but not a must have. It's certainly worth trying, especially for Adventure Tim fans.