PC - Windows
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About this game
Content Rating: Everyone10+
With its falconry-based gameplay within procedurally generated worlds, Eagle Island is set to a beautifully modernized pixel art aesthetic and provides a breath of fresh air to the platforming genre. Eagle Island can be played in either Story, Roguelite or Speedrun mode.
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- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: 1.7 GHz
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: Intel HD 3000 (2011)
- Storage: 1 GB available space
- Additional Notes: Internet connection required for speedrun mode
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So Eagle Island is a slightly confused hybrid of a game: The movement, combat, mood and setting I loved, but it’s all hampered by dull abilities and a roguelike touch that doesn’t feel necessary. I reckon I’ll still boot Eagle Island up occasionally to feel the gracefulness of its movement and combat, but it’s hard to recommend to anyone but platformer diehards.
Eagle Island definitely sets itself apart from a lot of similar games due to its design and mechanics. It can be fun, but the combat, while okay, just isn’t enough to really carry this game for me. I’d imagine that anyone who enjoys the fighting more than I did will have a whole lot to sink their teeth into. The story and visuals alone make this game worth a look, but anyone who finds themselves easily frustrated or who doesn’t like punishing games should tread lightly.
Se nota mucho que Eagle Island es un juego realizado con mucho amor por parte de Nick Gregory y su pequeño equipo. Es una aventura llena de detalles encantadores, pero a veces con mayor y a veces con menor acierto. Se puede acabar en poco tiempo, o se puede disfrutar durante semanas. No se va a convertir en un clásico del género, pero los que lo juguéis notaréis que está hecho con mucho cariño.