Hunter's Moon - designed with a predominance of dark tones of the Android runner, which is complemented by spectacular fighting games. The developer of the new product is the studio Seb Woodland Games, for which this is only the first mobile project, so do not judge the guys strictly, because in general they have a fairly high-quality product that is not inferior to its many competitors. The game world remotely resembles the scenery of a fantasy film about vampires and werewolves called "Another World". The protagonist in a broad-brimmed hat and sword in his hands rushes along the roofs of buildings, and a tired moon highlights his path. On certain houses you can stumble upon the sculptures of werewolves, but if they are painted in gray, they do not pose any danger to the protagonist. The danger comes from black werewolves with red eyes - they just can not run past them - you'll have to take a fight. Since we have a runner, the task before the gamer is in the passage of the maximum distance, but here the developers decided to introduce a note of originality. The fact is that the project is divided into separate levels, in the final of each of them the protagonist is waiting for a fight with the boss. In addition, the danger comes not only from the enemies - any awkward movement and the main character falls from the roof, breaking to the death. More recently, the game was distributed on a commercial basis, but now it can be downloaded completely free of charge, apparently the developers have already received the planned profit and decided to send their product to "free float." The control system in the Hunter's Moon for the Android platform is implemented in just one touch, that is, and to jump on the roofs, and to fight werewolves the user just need to tap on the screen in a timely manner. A little more difficult to control in the process of fights, as on the screen there are two additional buttons with a shield and a sword, between which the gamer and must choose what is currently used, depending on the tactics. Unfortunately, gold coins collected by a gamer during the night travel do not play any semantic load, so to speak, a tribute to fashion, nothing more.
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