By Crystal Colwell / January 7th, 2014
Dokuro, the puzzle game played as a nameless Skeleton who has handy dandy chalk at his side, is on sale! I reviewed the game, and it was worthy of a purchase at full price. It is definitely a must buy (IMO) at $2.99. It will soon be €2.99 in Europe as well. The nameless Skeleton has plenty of tools at hand to get through each puzzle level. The puzzles range from easy peasy to hair pulling out frustration!
The following paragraph was taken from my review. Check out the full review for more information!
Dokuro’s formula is one part puzzle, one part platformer. Players skilled in both genres will find a healthy balance in this game. Levels consist of puzzles to help the player reach the princess, then platforming segments to take the princess to the end of the level. I was impressed with the way it pulls off a very nice balance of easy stages that felt relaxing, as well as some stages that I was sure would melt my brain. I can promise that you will come to a time when the awesome sound of the bone crushing death of your skeleton dude will bring a sick, sadistic smile to your face. When I got irritated I found myself killing him off just to hear the sound and see him fall to bits!