Skelattack for Xbox One
Xbox One

Skelattack

Jun 2, 2020
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Developer: David Stanley
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

For centuries, mankind has traveled the land to raid dungeons for riches and glory. This is not their story. You are Skully, an enchanted skeleton, living in the deepest part of the dungeon. You awaken to the terrible sound of the alarm bell, letting you know that intruders have been seen within the dungeon.

Joined by your helpful bat companion Imber and armed with magic, you exit into the sewers of the dungeon, sword in hand, to begin your hunt. Why are they here? No intruders can be left alive to tell of this place.

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6.92
Heidi HawesJun 09, 2020
All in all, I was pleasantly surprised with Skelattack. It’s far from perfect, but it’s still a lot more enjoyable than I would have thought for a game that wasn’t advertised at all before release. There are definitely problems with the hit detection areas and random increases in difficulty, but the charm and tight controls help to combat those issues.
Paul RenshawJun 12, 2020
Skelattack on Xbox One is an utterly charming game, oozing personality and featuring brilliant music, but it’s not without its problems with regards to the gameplay. I think it’s a testament to the world that has been created that even after dying for what feels like the fifty millionth time trying to jump through a narrow gap surrounded by spikes, you will never want to give up or stop playing.
Roy WoodhouseJun 05, 2020
At the end of the day, I had fun with Skelattack, at least for the most part. There was a lot of dying and yes I found it too tricky at times, but the combat and the action was always engaging. Finding keys to open doors, dodging crocodiles and spike traps in the sewers - it's all good, clean fun. In fact, it's a great-looking and entertaining platformer, it just seems to have the difficulty ramped up a bit too high.

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