Combining old school gameplay (including some side scrolling shooting and a section inspired by Frogger), a randomised storyline and a dark sense of humour Super Amazing Wagon is likely game that most people will only play a few times. At less than £1however it is certainly interesting enough to warrant giving it a go.This review contains spoilers, click to view. It's awesome. I somehow really like these small and simple indy games. They are good games for relaxing and playing every now and then. The random humor is great.
[spoiler] I just got ambushed by unicorns. [/spoiler] You should try it. Especially for such a low price. You will have a buttload of fun.…
I can't say enough about how amazing and hilarious this game is. The creator of this game brought nostalgic memories of an 8-bit platform with the right amount of randomization for my ADHD mind. It does not get boring and keeps me interested. I love the storyline and just was wowed by the creativity of this indie game. I hope someone gives this kid a chance at a real company.While it certainly has its charms, the novelty of it wears thing quickly, between the RNG and the bullet hells that make an okay game just flat out unfair.The rouge like style is down right awesome. The insane logic and randomness is so good that you will never experience the same time twice. The game is difficult though and beating the game requires patience.
An super amazing adventure full of hysterical randomization with a moderately difficulty. What is not to like given SAWA is an indie game, it surpassed all my expectations.
Release Date: 17 Oct, 2013
Genre: Action, Adventure, Shooter
- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: 2.0 GHz
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: Shader Model 2.0
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 65 MB available space