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Bore Blasters

Mar 8, 2024 - PC

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PC Gamer
68 / 100
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7 / 10
Hardcore Gamer
3.5 / 5
9 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Bore Blasters

There's a lot to love in the core loop, but this diamond in the rough gets buried under a repetitive campaign and late game balance issues.

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Bore Blasters is a fun little time-waster, but it's not an experience you'll remember after you've moved on.

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Bore Blasters may have one rough edge in terms of its time limit, but the rest of the game is a solid blaster through a large series of fully-destructible levels backed by a pounding soundtrack. Each biome has its own hazards, like growing blocks that can regenerate right in your path, or lava blocks shooting fireballs, and all the firepower in the world isn't going to be a substitute for paying attention to the level hazards. Even a failed Bore Blasters run is a lot of fun packed with satisfyingly-explosive moments, but there would be a lot more them if there was time to amble to the end rather than sprint.

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A true hidden gem, Bore Blasters has all the ingredients of an indie classic in the making. The gameplay loop here is one of the most enjoyable and satisfying that we’ve had the pleasure to play, and each new upgrade really does feel like an achievement. Simply put, we can’t get enough of Bore Blasters: we’re going to be returning to it time and time again. And each time, we won’t be able to pull ourselves away.

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Bore Blasters is a very well-designed destructive roguelite that takes good bits from a lot of games to create a dwarfish cathart-'em up where you explode mud and goblins

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