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GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Having been released on PC and Mac in October last year GoNNER now sees its console debut on Nintendo Switch, brought to us by publisher Raw Fury Games and developer Art in Heart. Generally loved by players and critics alike in its original guise GoNNER is a roguelike platformer, consisting of ever-changing, procedurally-generated levels, tight platforming and combat that will make you die again and again as you learn the best way to play. “Ha! It won’t defeat me!”, we hear you cry – oh, how wrong you are. GoNNER is hard. Seriously hard. The game sees you play as Ikk, a blob-like being with detachable head and accessories, whose goal appears to be showing love and caring for a giant, land-bound whale called Sally. Awesome! To do this, Ikk must travel through several worlds – each with their own theme – defeating monsters, jumping over pitfalls and, most importantly, trying to not die. Dying will send you right back to the start and as previously mentioned, each room Ikk travels through is procedurally-generated, meaning that every time you play the rooms will have a completely different layout. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Thanks to this you never know exactly what to expect in terms of where and how many monsters will be waiting for you in the next room, and whether or not it was a good idea to use up all that ammo you just wasted trying to kill a snail. (Trust us, it’ll happen). Before you jump into this world of doom, you have a quiet moment of down-time with your friend, Death, where you can choose which head, weapon and backpack you wish to equip. As you play through the main game you’ll start to unlock new types of these things, which will then become available for you to select before attempting the game again. Each hat, weapon and backpack have completely different attributes – for example, the Brick Head gives Ikk three health, and allows him to keep hold of his weapon and backpack should he be hit by a monster. The Flame Head, however, gives Ikk two health but makes him immune to explosions. With several different heads, weapons and backpacks (which consist of special abilities such as reloading or rapid-fire attacks) available, there are a number of different play-styles to choose from.

EVERY TIME YOU PLAY THE GAME THE LEVELS WILL BE DIFFERENT AND PRESENT UNIQUE CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES.

Experimenting with different combinations is key, as you’ll soon learn which areas you like and don’t like about each type of ability. These abilities are never explicitly explained to you either, so you’ll have no idea what a new head is going to do for you unless you try it on and work out what’s different. This is actually a consistent theme throughout the game. At no point whatsoever does it ever tell you what to do, what anything is, or how to cope with that giant bat that just came hurtling towards your scarily-unstable noggin. At first, this leaves you utterly clueless as to what is going on, but with patience and an optimistic approach to learning by error, you’ll soon start to figure things out. In what is possibly the world’s worst segue ever, another consistent thing about this game is the quality of its aesthetics. The worlds are brought alive by great art and sound in a way that screenshots can’t really show. The floors and ceilings of each room only appear to you as you get closer to them and their colour changes depending on the colour of either yourself, or your enemies. This means that as you play, the world seems to move with you. UNCHARTED Legacy of Thieves Collection

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Likewise, the sound effects create a very satisfying experience with each button press as you fire your weapon or even just sift through menus. The game is relatively short in length from the opening room to the final boss, but this doesn’t mean you’ll complete it quickly. Getting from start to finish is an incredibly difficult task that will require an awful lot of patience, learning and re-tries. Most of your game time will be spent getting used to controls, trying to remember how each different enemy-type moves and perfecting your combat to acquire more glyphs (an in-game currency of sorts that can be used to “continue” should you die or buy new weapons) on each play-through. There are also some hidden rooms to find, other secrets that we won’t spoil for you here and even a daily challenge where each day you are presented with a different, brand new set of procedurally-generated rooms to tackle aside from your main story. As someone who considers themselves a very passionate gamer, I also tend to identify as someone who’s better than most people at video games.

KILL CREATURES, GET COMBOS, SCORE POINTS, AND BRAG TO YOUR FRIENDS HOW MUCH BETTER YOU ARE THAN THEM.

While that may seem egotistical, or even unsavory, I’ll have you know that the game GoNNER has shifted this perspective; definitively hampering my personal opinion when pertaining my skills as a gamer. It has taught me humility in a way no game has for quite a while. GoNNER is a randomly-generated roguelike where you take control of Ikk – a sentient water drop who’s seeking a gift for his friend, a harmonious whale named Sandy. On his journey, he’s met with horrific cave monsters, intimidatingly infernal machines, and even Death (a concept which you should expect yourself to become quite familiar with throughout your various play sessions) himself. The story is one that while not explicit, is assuredly interpretive with its torturously rare stills of art. With the aesthetics of an abstract children’s book, GoNNER features four distinctively unique worlds that are coated in a ghastly cacophony of colours. Amongst these worlds I shot, collected, and platformed through mazes of enemies – eventually reaching a boss level at the end of each of these transcendental worlds. Curvy Cougars Street UNCENSORED

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Regarding those bosses, I fought bats which resembled splotches of flying red, a decrepit golem which was akin to a patched plush toy, and even snakes which were streaks of bright and alarming colours. However, the abstraction in GoNNER isn’t just an aesthetic or story choice, it’s a thesis to how the game functions as a whole amongst every facet. This abstraction is also inherent with GoNNER’s difficulty and design. As with many roguelikes – such as The Binding of Isaac and even the most recent Dead Cells, each run feels purposeful, and with the similarities of previous runs you eventually get a handle on the familiarities within the game’s design. You’ll become a better player not just by leveling up different parts of your character, or ensuring that your store has better items when you come across it next, but mostly through personal knowledge of the game as a whole. While GoNNER doesn’t have as much variety in terms of the choice in gameplay difference and gun-type, it makes up for this with each level feeling threateningly unfamiliar with each attempt.

YOU’LL BE ABLE TO CHOOSE FROM A VARIETY OF PASSIVE AND ACTIVE ABILITIES AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH RUN.

As I ventured into the caves (the game’s first set of levels) for what seemed like the 50th time that day, conquering it many times before, I still had the worry that I could easily die due to not being attentive to the ever changing labyrinth. I think I’ve said it a few times now, but the Switch seems to be attracting a lot challenging games. GoNNER continues that trend and brings some satisfying platforming action to the lineup. GoNNER is basically a roguelike, shooty platformer. That’s what I would say if I wanted to describe GoNNER while letting all the small details and nuances of the game and the decisions made in its gameplay fall by the wayside. So much of what makes GoNNER so much fun to come back to is not just the fact the levels and experiences are different each time, but the attention to what makes a game feel good to play. The simple mechanic that makes this whole thing work, is your player character being a blob with legs. Being such a ‘bland’ shape allows you to add three items that have unique qualities. The first is a skull, determining how many hit points you have, and what happens when you take damage or lose a life.

The second is a weapon, which shares similarities to items like machine guns, shotguns, etc. The last is a ‘backpack’ that is the more varied of the three items, either turning on a fully automatic firing mode, or pausing all the enemies on the screen, or just holding a spare reload for your weapon. This combination of items caters for a variety of different play styles, and different scenarios. Enemies will attack and move in different ways, and different load outs will afford you better opportunities and maneuverability to take them all out. In fact, the game rewards killing enemies in combos quickly, with the game’s purple currency. This currency can be traded either for a respawn if you die, or for trading at intervaled checkpoint shops. The actual amazing part of this game, is that none of this is explicitly stated to you. It’s all trial and error, figuring things out via context, or just playing the game while absolutely baffled at your options. At first, this was frustrating to me, but the more I played, the more I understood why it was so good. It’s a game that, simply, wants to be played. It doesn’t hold your hand, it doesn’t go easy on you, it doesn’t over-explain things. It just ‘is’ and the quality and quantity of your experiences are almost entirely up to you.

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

GoNNER Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

One thing that stood out to me the most about GoNNER, is the rough, hand-drawn art style. Seeing it in screenshots is vastly different from watching it all come together as you play the game. Most entities have that ‘shudder’ that is typical of this art style, as if the game is being hand drawn in front of you via loose sketches. On top of that, the level geometry only shows up around the player character and the enemies that show up on screen, with the walls and floors being (almost literally) thrown together on the fly. It’s such a cool, subtle motif that belongs with the rogue-like gameplay. Another point I want to talk about, is the music. The eShop description was spot on – it’s really good. There’s not a huge amount I can say about it, other than the clichés of “it suits the game” or “I listen to the soundtrack on loop”. But I will say, the dark and gloomy feel of the game is reflected in the music itself, and the only way it could work better, is if it were procedurally generated like the levels. Lastly, it feels weird to talk about a game without bringing up story, but the story here is as obscure and vague as everything else. There’s playable moments that share a sort of narrative, but it’s not central to the gameplay, perhaps more to the atmosphere and art style. I don’t want to give things away, as learning as you go is a big part of the experience, but I like that it’s open to interpretation. Lost Eidolons

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