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Lichenvale Free Download Repacklab Lichenvale is a first person slasher offering fast-paced melee combat mixed with tactical use of spells and dashing around your enemies developed by ex-Ubisoft employee gone solo dev. Finding yourself trapped in your own nightmares you must battle through nightmarish hordes of monsters representing your innermost fears. Successfully slashing your way out with your trusty longsword will fuel an array of destructive and defensive spells that you can unleash and wreak havoc on your enemies all while dashing or parrying enemy attacks. SEXY GAMES

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This is a nice first person slasher reminding me of Hexen and Heretic a bit. Movement feels nice and fast paced, combat offers a combination of light and heavy attacks with a parry & riposte combo if you are skilled enough, and spells have their regular and charged variant. While you have multiple spells you only have a sword as a melee weapon of choice, I would like more melee weapons that would add to combat variety but it is fun anyway with how it is. There are also permanent power-up pickups akin to power orbs from Doom 2016.

Skill-based fast-paced melee combat in first person perspective with light and strong attacks for offense and parry and dash for defense

90s fps but melee. The game looks ok, the atmosphere is great, the music is more ambiental and could use some more up beat tracks, at least for boss fights. The fights can get a bit hectic, thankfully the dash refills fast enough, so that you can get out and get your bearings and assess target priority. There is a collectible system called Memoralia akin to miniature figures from Doom 2016 and Eternal which unlocks an image and a bit of lore about monsters, a nice addon to never ending fights. At the moment, you can’t rebind your keybinds, and there are no end level screens. Holomento

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The game is challenging, especially for people not used to old fps games, but thankfully if you die you respawn near and with full health. Do you like swords? Do you like skeletons?Do you like Fireballs? Do you like to play against whole world and test your limits?Then this is the game for you. Packed with fighting and brains, this game is for true lovers. For me personally, this game is made in old school style, and as we know games are not as they used to be. 10/100000 would recommend this game!!! Short but pretty fun. Mechanics are tight and feel pretty good on the whole

Variety of destructive and defensive spells fueled by slashing up your enemies

Parrying feels great when you pull it off but it seems like some attacks cannot be parried which feels weird. Enemies and bosses are all pretty cool. The werewolf brute is so up in your face you can hardly see what’s happening though. Encounter design was really good in the first half with a nice pacing of introducing new enemies and mixing them with old. In the second half it feels like they just dump random guys at you in large numbers. This is a neat indie FPS with a bit of souls-like mechanics i.e. you can dash out of the harms way (no iframes though) and parry and riposte for a satisfying counter attack. Imperium BCE

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Fast paced melee combat is complemented by a few spells which have weak and strong variant and they can be quite OP if used tactically. Dying means getting respawned at the latest checkpoint with full health while the not-already-dead mobs get full health as well and you lose a 1000 score points. This allows for little bit of cheesing, especially first two bosses who don’t heal to full HP (my guess is so they are easier to handle early in the game) and I would like to see a bigger penalty for death since currently it removes the stakes unless you constrain yourself of cheesy play.

A large selection of progressively stronger enemies, each with their own fighting style Various orbs of power scattered across the nightmare which will permanently strengthen your character

Campaign mode with hand-crafted levels each with their own unique aesthetic Treasures scattered around levels to further increase your score Hidden collectibles which reveal the connection between enemies and your innermost fears I would also like to see some form of post level screen just to be informed of collected / missed items and enemies. One big flaw I would like to point out is that there is only one melee weapon at the moment, hope we can get new ones as the game develops further. After going through the first two levels I have to say I expected somewhat easier gameplay Grimlord

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but it turned out I had to focus to avoid re-spawning too often. Enemies are getting more diverse as you play but weapons also evolve, so you simply have to adapt your tactics. So far I have found the game to be quite enjoyable, You definitely need to pay attention to the sounds in the game because the monsters can kinda sneak up to you if you are not paying attention. Movement is good and controls are good. I did find at the start getting your charges refilled for magic to be a little slow. Variety of spells are nice. I feel that it could be nice to have some variety to the weapon you get to hold. Overall found it to be a fun game. Looking forward to the future updates and to see how the game grows.

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: 7/8/10 64 bit
Processor: Intel i3 or compatible
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: DX11 compatible with 2GB of VRAM
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 10 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Ubuntu 18.4
Processor: Intel i3 or compatible
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Vulcan compatible with 2GB of VRAM
Storage: 10 GB available space


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