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Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Youropa was revealed all the way back in August of 2019. The puzzle game was part of an Indie World presentation and I even got to play around with it at Gamescom that year. While attempting to tie together multiple unique ideas taken from a lot of inspirations, Youropa unfortunately didn’t manage to leave an impact on me. While its puzzles are inventive and it has an interesting aesthetic, the slow pace and progression make Youropa feel like it’s at the end of its rope far too quickly. I remember as a kid playing around with a toy that was a blank action figure that you could draw on top of using wipeable markers. In a sense, Youropa has a similar protagonist. You play as a nameless blank figure with a large head. At the beginning of the day Paris is upended by a gravity distorting event that leaves the city in floating disconnected pieces. It’s up to you to reconnect these floating pieces of the city and solve puzzles to provide them with power. The twist is that you can distort gravity by walking over rounded edges and slopes, which causes gravity to twist and turn with your perspective. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The best shorthand for this is how you can walk on the edges of planetoids in Super Mario Galaxy to reach the bottom side of the same planet. However, when you step off a ledge, gravity returns to normal and you fall to your doom. Aside from this being the main mechanic, each district has its own set of puzzles and mechanics giving you new abilities to explore these floating rocks. If you’re into physics based puzzle games like Portal, The Talos Principle or The Turing Test, Youropa is probably a game you’ll love playing around with. As much as most puzzles boil down to ‘provide power to the switch‘ or ‘open a door by placing an object on a button’, the gravity-mechanic always feels engaging and required to solve these puzzles. Placing a box on a grounded floor and then walking up the same wall to grab that box from the wall to carry it upwards feels pretty inventive for a genre that tends to rely on performing the same task countless times before reaching the end. But with Youropa its not the mechanics that start to wear thin but its lack of character and personality.

Gravity Defying Gameplay.

The blank protagonist you play around with can be recolored using stickers, paint and all sorts of decorative items. But the character rarely feels like you. There’s an option to share creations online with other players, but even when finding these designs it never made me really connect with the world or its inhabitants. From the alien looking enemies that resemble dogs and giants to its floating levels that have great puzzles but become a slog to traverse. The movement is slow and this makes puzzles feel like they take far longer than they need to. Especially when more physics based puzzles come around the corner and you’re required to line up items with the right angle before kicking or tossing them across edges. The game also employs frequent game overs, meaning that you often have to restart levels when enemies push you off the edge and have to start at the last door you’ve accessed. It’s not bad per se, but it tended to wear me down quickly while playing the game. What I did find interesting was the many hidden collectibles in each level and their unlocks. CHAOS;CHILD Switch NSP

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

If you find three mixtapes in each level you get additional parts. These parts can be used in the custom level creator, which allows anyone to play around with building their own levels and sharing them online. It’s a surprisingly extensive level editor and there’s quite a bit of attention put into the learning of how you can combine and extend levels to create full worlds. It’s great that the game is about inspiring collaboration, sharing and creating a world together. But it wasn’t a particular aspect of the game that enticed me, mainly because I think most levels already do a great enough job of exploring the game’s mechanics and I didn’t feel like tossing my own head in the ring because of that sluggish pacing. Thankfully the game runs good enough on Switch. While not a locked framerate, the game uses some nice shaders and lighting effects that make it stand out from the rest. It’s just a shame that your weird avatar will probably look very out of place among the photorealistic textures of Parisian streets and objects. Youropa left me feeling quite ambivalent about the final product.

Mind Bending Puzzles.

As a puzzle game it has some clever mechanics and explores them with plenty of abilities to extend your playing experience for quite some time. However it must be said that this playtime feels extended by a sluggish pace that makes exploration and even some of the puzzle solving feel exhausting at times. The game runs good enough on Switch and for those who like trying their hand at creating games or levels of their own, Youropa has plenty to offer here. But if you’re looking for something with its own personality or a story that will keep you engaged while solving these puzzles, you’re going to have to pull some other strings. Your weird suction cup thingy character is actually fully customizable. You can unlock new customization options for your hideous protagonist by making your way through each level and puzzle, until you can find some some cassette tapes. They are Youropa‘s main collectable; somehow, collecting them grants you more customization times. You basically start out with what’s essentially a blank canvas of a character, so thanks to sheer amount of items to unlock, and the ability to paste said items onto different areas of your character’s body (eyes, ears, nose, mouth), it’s very easy to make your character your own. Castle Story

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

You can have one eye, no eyes, two different eyes, a mouth on the top of your head. It’s not simply change how the mouth or anything looks, it’s place and paste where you want it. The actual gameplay is somewhat unique. There are parts that are quite similar to that of Portal, the physics puzzles are neat, especially when you start to think about being on walls and upside-down. While your brain might tell you that if you walk off the edge of this roof you’ll go up (down, towards your feet), you’ll drop down because that’s gravity. Sometimes it can be hard not to forget which direction is up and how gravity is actually going to work. Thankfully as well, you can observe the larger area as well to help yourself find puzzle solutions, or more cassettes to make the perfect character. One thing that I will definitely give to Youropa is the clever use of its actions and mechanics. As you progress through the game, your character will collect stars. Each star grants a new action to your little suction cup person, such as being able to zoom the camera out and get a better lay of the land, or just to find puzzle solutions.

Solve Complex Logical & Physical Puzzles Using Your Unique Abilities.

Grabbing things, and throwing (kicking) things also fall under this section of “basic functions” your character needs to learn. Unfortunately, none of them will help particularly well with the weird monster things that will punch the daylights out of you if they spot you running around. One “weird” gripe with Youropa is that I genuinely don’t understand the point of having a “game over” screen, or an ability to die at all. You’ll gauge your characters health by how much paint is on them, as you take damage from falling, getting hit, or jumping off the map, the paint will get lower and lower on your body until you game over. The thing is, if you game over, you start again from the exact same spot you would if you just fell off the map, just with all your paint back. All the collectibles seem to stay collected, puzzles stay puzzled, it just seems like a bit of a pointless mechanic. Youropa isn’t a hideous game, but it’s definitely not the greatest looking out there, either. Arguably the main issue against it is its excessive usage of shades of grey for pretty much everything: a lot of the foreground and background feature quite muted, bland colours.

It’s not the worst thing in the world, but it is quite plain looking, and unless you plan on running around with paint cans and painting the world yourself, it’s likely going to stay that way. Luckily, or unluckily, the sounds of Youropa kind of match the looks. It’s quite a boring sounding game, listening to my own music was definitely the best way to enjoy it. The other issue is that the sound effects can be quite irritating, the suction cup sounds can get to be a bit too much after a bit of gametime. Right from Youropa’s intro, it throws up questions. After watching the Eiffel Tower explode into fragments, players wake up suspended from a tree as a Youropean, a small humanoid with suction cups instead of feet to allow walking up walls and ceilings. Unlike Portal, players are not accompanied by a witty sidekick like GLaDOS, and are instead left to explore the strange fragmented city floating in the sky to learn who you are and where you fit into the world. Undoubtedly the star of the show is the puzzles, facilitated by those suction-cups. Players activate panels to open doors to progress through the world, unlocking extra abilities in the process that then open up more opportunities to explore previous areas.

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Youropa Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Youropa has a realistic art-style clearly inspired by graffiti culture. Even the Youropean mascot is customisable with spray-painted features, and points of interest are often identified with a tag here and there. Youropa manages to create a playground that is both relaxing and perplexing, combining the serenity of exploring high above the city of Paris with the constant threat of, well, falling. Youropa’s sound design is fantastic. The music perfectly compliments the action and the sound effects are non-intrusive, only adding to the on-screen action. Youropa’s gameplay is also a joy. I have never been a huge fan of platformers or puzzle titles, so I didn’t know what to think when the review key landed in my inbox. However, after hours of head-scratching, telling myself that the game is broken then realising that it isn’t and that there are solutions to every problem, I’ve fallen in love with this little world. The puzzles are genuinely taxing, even in the early stages, but the feeling of completing each stage is truly empowering. Another wonderful addition that is well worth mentioning is the map editor mode. CHAOS;HEAD NOAH

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