Showing posts with label Coffee Crisis. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Coffee Crisis. Show all posts

11/06/2019

☕️๐Ÿ‘ฝ Coffee Crisis Review - Nintendo Switch "Still Full Of Beans" ☕️๐Ÿ‘ฝ #GameDev #IndieGame

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Last year Britt took a look at Coffee Crisis on the PC and it received an ICE COOL rating for its solid arcade brawler action At first, its sub-fiver price point its inclusion of visual artefacts, mini-games, fun cheat modes and general charm.


Let's take a look to see if those things still hold true or whether the coffee has gone lukewarm on the Nintendo Switch version.

25/05/2018

☕️ Review: Coffee Crisis "A caffeine-fuelled burst of arcade action" ☕️ #GameDev #IndieGame @kingdomofcarts @BrittRecluseuk

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Title: Coffee Crisis
Developer: Mega Cat Studios
Platform reviewed: PC (Steam)
Rating: Ice Cool

Coffee Crisis was originally released on the Sega Mega Drive back in 2017, developed by Mega Cat studios in conjunction with Black Forge coffee house in Pittsburgh, who handled the story of the game whilst Mega Cat worked on the design.


As a retro game collector myself, (specifically with Sega Mega Drive) the game has been on my radar for a while and I fully intend to pick up a boxed copy at some point. Fast-forward a year or so, and Coffee Crisis has seen a Steam release with enhanced graphics and audio (as obviously this version is not limited by the Sega hardware), but yet still keeping a very 16-bit artistic approach. 


Whilst an enjoyable romp, it is a brief game that has a very arcade approach with the depth that the arcade experience brings.

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