Freedom Finger for Nintendo Switch
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Freedom Finger

Sep 27, 2019
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About this game

Developer: Wide Right Interactive
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Freedom Finger sends you blasting, punching, and smashing your way across 37 levels of crazy cartoon action. Featuring a unique soundtrack including music by Red Fang, Aesop Rock, METZ, Power Trip, Com Truise, White Fence, Ty Segall, Makeup and Vanity Set, True Widow, The Radio Dept., Drab Majesty, John Maus, Vektroid, Danimal Cannon, Cleaners from Venus, and many more! Freedom Finger features classic shmup gameplay blended with melee combat! You're flying a giant fist, so use it! Punch, toss, and smash enemies to smithereens! The unique Grab attack allows you to capture enemies; use them as a shield or wield their guns against their own comrades! Rhythm based chaos! The music is heavily connected to the gameplay, so things like enemies, bosses, attacks, and events are synced to the music. Fight your way through 37 handcrafted levels, spread out over 12 worlds! Each world features new enemies, power-ups, and challenges!

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Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
7.67
Jordan RudekOct 16, 2019
Freedom Finger is a delightful and devilish romp through outer space and fleets of Chinese and Russian enemy ships. It’s presentation adds flavor and the dialogue options and online leaderboards improve replay value. The story elements and excessive swearing may be offensive to some, and the abrupt stage endings feel unsatisfying, but the overall package is an entertaining one. It’s not one of the best horizontal shooters I’ve played, but it’s definitely the weirdest. I’d recommend it to anyone looking for something that’s challenging and quirky and worth going through more than once.
Morgan TruderOct 30, 2019
Freedom Finger is at best hit-and-miss. For every positive, there’s also an obvious flaw, but that doesn’t mean it’s not still a good game. It’s certainly not for everyone, primarily because of the offensive tone of the game, yet the moments that really do land and the cracking soundtrack make it worth playing.
Jordan HawesSep 27, 2019
Freedom Finger not only provides a solid base for its gameplay design, but then also hits you with some unique ideas. When you’re not laughing your ass off from the hilarious writing and superb voice acting, you’re rocking out to a fantastic soundtrack that incorporates itself into the gameplay.

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