Retro Game Crunch is a compilation of games seven in total that are themed from the retro era of gaming. Like on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) a breakdown of each

*Super Clew Land: A game where you play as an evolving monster who loves to eat things and needs to collect gems scattered throughout the level with a quick save feature if you die and trust me you will die a lot.

*End of Line: You are a robot in a world with no more humans who only wants to die but he cannot as other robots will repair you. So to win you must find a way to not only stop the other robots but also commit suicide.

*GAIAttack: You take the role of a cute little creature who has to stop pirates and other creatures in single-player mode or co-op mode with your friends.retro-game-crunch-3

*Paradox Lost: You are a pilot named Abby who can travel through dimensions and rescue prisoners who were taken captive it is up to you to save everyone and stop the evil-doing this.

*Wub-Wub Wescue: You are a dog named Wub-Wub and you got to navigate the jungle that beats to a rhythm to save your master. Because you Wub-wub wuve him but in all honestly despite this game being cute in the name it is incredibly hard for a retro-age platform game.

*Brains & Hearts: I hated this game, it’s a card game where you play against Einstein or a robot, and simply put it’s irritating as all hell and I swear the AI cheats. Go play some more Wub-Wub is my recommendation.

*Shūten: Ninja’s those guys never go out of style even more so in retro games. You take the role of a Ninja who can upgrade his weapons and pick up new ones during stages and throw them around like it’s a bullet hell game. Seriously, it’s a lot of fun and this game alone is one I played for quite a few hours.

I recommend checking out Retro game crunch not because I am a fan of Retro games but because. All of them minus Brains and Hearts is incredibly enjoyable and fun to play.

-Daniel Clatworthy-

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