Curses 'N Chaos for PC
PC - Windows

Curses 'N Chaos

Aug 18, 2015
7.02
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Average
2602nd of 26263

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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

CURSED! When brawny bounty hunters Leo and Lea are cursed by Algarr the Wizard King, they're swarmed by all manners of creatures and monsters! Alchemist Allison knows one way to get rid of the curse: The Elixir of Life! But the only way to get the Elixir's ingredients? SMASH ALL THE MONSTERS!

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: Vista or later
  • Processor: Intel Core™ Duo or faster
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1 compliant video card
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Gamepad highly recommended.

Gamer Reviews

57 Reviews
6.92

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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
7.12
Scott SullivanAug 18, 2015
It’s something we’ve enjoyed doing ever since we popped in titles like Streets of Rage. Even recent titles like Double Dragon Neon show that this genre still holds up, and while I hadn’t experienced any of the online functionality, I’m hoping that having a second pair of hands to fight could make some of the game a little less frustrating to deal with.
Patrick HancockAug 19, 2015
Curses 'N Chaos is an example of game purity. One screen, simple controls, and intense difficulty. There isn't much replayability outside of playing with new friends or going for a new high score, but just getting through all of the stages the first time will not be quick. For players who fancy a challenge, either solo or with a friend, Curses 'N Chaos is not one to miss.
4.00
Jordan HurstDec 23, 2015
Curses 'N Chaos will appeal only to a very small niche market. Enjoying it requires an intact nostalgia bubble and a friend to play with, and even then, there are better options out there. Tribute Games have admirably captured the immediacy and charm of retro gaming, but they've also revived its unfair and ill-conceived design techniques, many of which died out for good reason.