Despite being Canadian, I’ve never really fallen in love with our national sport until recently. What fascinated me from the inside and the outside of hockey needed a surprising source: a sport called hockey. tape to tape, which is about a disgraced golfer who seeks to atone for his sins by assembling a superteam of ice-skating athletes. Throw in wild skill upgrades and zany artifacts, teams of climbers across the ice, and sinister referees, and hell yeah – this is a version of hockey I’m here for.
tape to tape One is Roguelite which entered early access on May 3rd. While the game is still being tweaked and updated, the core is solid. There are two elements to the game, the first of which is actual hockey. playing match in tape to tape Clever, though the keyboard and mouse setup is best described as functional. If you really want to enjoy the game, playing with a controller works better.
Everything you’d expect from an arcade hockey game – forwards, one-on-ones on the ice, desperate longshots, clever passes and hyped goals. The puck physics are excellent; The puck bounces off the stick and bounces off unlucky players. It’s the first time I’ve ever understood why hockey is so much fun. matches in tape to tape Quick, aggressive and full of opportunities that I can take advantage of. Sometimes I can intercept the puck with some clever skating work, and other times I can take the puck away with brutal checks.
most stressful part of tape to tape This occurs when players crowd around one of the goalies, and the puck bounces from one stick to the other. One wrong move and the puck could rebound into your net, leading to a disastrous loss. It is very rare that I have time to take a leisurely shot; There is a high probability that my forwards will be probed and knocked straight on their rump. But once I figured out how to do a little triangulation, I could pass, pass, shoot, and score reliably.
Here’s where all the silly stuff comes in. tape to tapeThe Roguelite campaign tells the story of Angus McShaggy, a bitter golfer who decides to restore the great game of hockey by claiming the Cup back from Golf Kind. I have to fight past hockey nobility, Lovecraftian cultists and worst of all, evil referees. It’s all depicted with blocky, cartoon-ish graphics that love the classics munchkins To pay attention.
Every time I win a game, I get some kind of upgrade. Maybe I’ll earn a knight helmet for one of my players which slows them down, but makes them much stronger. Maybe I’ll unlock a random ability for the next run, like a sick disco ball that essentially boogies my opponents. tape to tape Available on Steam for $17.99 (discounted from $19.99).