Woah Dave! (UPDATE) [NoNpDrm] [ PSVITA VPK ]
A frantic, score chasing arcade game where players gun for digital glory by destroying monsters, stealing their loose change, and triggering more explosions. Have we mentioned it’s also incredibly difficult? Everything on the map including your ammunition is trying to kill you. And don’t even get me started on the game’s hard mode. It’s borderline impossible, because apparently people who play games are masochists. If brevity is the soul of wit, Woah Dave! must be the funniest game we’ve ever played. This retro-inspired arcade title shows you just about everything it has to offer within 30 minutes of the first time you see its title screen. However, this seemingly simple game-play belies a deep and incredibly satisfying experience. Our hero a bizarre and possibly insane man known as Dave Lonut is wandering through a Mario Bros. fever dream when suddenly eggs, fiery skulls, and mysterious blue blocks begin to rain from the sky at an increasingly deadly rate. The first hatches enemies and can be used as a projectile weapon, while the second is purely combat based, acting as both a missile and a landmine. The blue blocks, known colloquially as ‘Woah Blocks’, clear all of the enemies onscreen at once.
Destroying either the eggs, or the enemies hatched therein, will drop coins which when picked up by our protagonist give precious points. Woah Dave! If the enemies happen to hit the lava below, they’ll evolve, making them harder to kill but worth more coins. Furthermore, as the game progresses, the lava below slowly locks off sections of the stage by rising and falling. Most important of all, though, is that both eggs and skulls will damage you if you hold them for too long. And with only three hit points as well as a very steep difficulty curve death is a painful and all too common reality. It should be fairly clear how these mechanics interact, but the real fun of the game is not in this sort of dry analysis. Rather, it can be found in the kinetic way these systems force you to make deadly decisions in the blink of an eye. Luckily, the controls are more than up to the challenge, meaning that it’s always your fault when something goes wrong.
Release Date : January 6, 2015
Publisher : Choice Provisions
Developer : MiniVisions
Region : USA
File Type : PSVITA VPK
RAR File Size : 61MB