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Super Destronaut: Land Wars
Developed by: Petite Games
Published by: Ratalaika Games
Released: March 13, 2020
Available on: Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4
Genre: First person shooter
ESRB rating: Everyone
Number of players: 1
Price: $4.99

Thank you Ratalaika Games for sending us this game to review!

Super Destronaut: Land Wars is a very fun first-person shooter where you shoot aliens and collect lots of coins. The levels are procedurally generated, so every time you play, you will be met with something new.

There are lots of game modes for you to play. There are the challenges, which are fun tasks for you to do. They can be things like “kill 10 enemies” or “collect 2000 points”. You will get a score of gold, silver, bronze, or, if you do poorly enough, no rating. You will be judged by how long it takes you to complete the challenge. The other modes are the arcade modes. There is Classic mode, Hardcore mode, Combo breaker, Maximum strength, and Snail mode. Classic mode is just a normal game, no buffs or changes. Hardcore mode makes it a lot harder by making the enemies have more health. It also has you start at wave 5 so the enemies are stronger. Combo breaker is a mode where your multiplier meter is full, and if you let it run out, you lose. You also lose if you die. Maximum strength is where you get a rocket launcher at spawn, and can blow up multiple enemies at once. Snail mode is like Classic mode, except you are very slow and cannot jump.

Super Destronaut: Land Wars
Highlights:

Strong Points: Extremely fun
Weak Points: No multiplayer; occasional crashes
Moral Warnings: Violence

There doesn't seem to be a story, but all I know is that you are killing aliens because you don't want them to destroy you.

The music that plays while you shoot up aliens fits well with the feel of the game. The sound effects are the same way. There are laser sounds when you shoot, and it sounds like someone is shaking a bag of coins when you grab money.

The controls are better than I expected. I played it on the Switch, and it surprised me how easy the controls were. I personally think that it's better with a pro controller, but you can use what you want.

Super Destronaut: Land Wars
Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 84%
Gameplay: 17/20
Graphics: 9/10
Sound: 7/10
Stability: 4/5
Controls: 5/5

Morality Score - 89%
Violence: 7.5/10
Language: 10/10
Sexual content: 10/10
Occult/Supernatural: 7/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical: 10/10

What I think is needed is multiplayer. It is the perfect type of game to have an online multiplayer feature, but for some reason it doesn't exist. It is the only thing that I think Super Destronaut: Land Wars is lacking.

As I said, the maps are procedurally generated. But every generated map has the same color scheme and overall feel. There are trees and rocks everywhere, and there is always a maze-like atmosphere.

There are no moral issues other than violence. You walk around with a gun, and shoot pixelated aliens. Nothing bad. It is very tame, so if you or your child buys it, you don't have to worry about bad violence or gruesome details.

Super Destronaut: Land wars is an extremely fun game that anyone could play. I agree with the ESRB rating on this one, because the only thing that is wrong with it is the violence. I would recommend this game to anyone who enjoys playing first-person shooters like this one.

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