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Plasma Puncher

Rating Summary

Based on 3 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

Based on 3 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCMay 11, 2017

Developer: Tomatotrap

Genres: Arcade, Action

The life of a white blood cell ain't easy, especially when its home is being invaded by a humongous germ leading a horde of microorganisms set out to dominate the bloodstream!

As the last standing white blood cell, you must destroy this Mother-Microbe and the virulent army that it carries, using your bare fists and an assortment of power-ups and special attacks!

Basically, Plasma Puncher is all about punching amoebas into oblivion. To be more precise, it's an action-brawler set mostly in a single circular stage, where different and ever more challenging groups of enemies appear semi-randomly. The player must survive all the challenges while striving to destroy the huge sphere where all the action takes place!

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Reviews

New Game Network

74 / 100
New Game Network

Plasma Puncher doesn't look to revolutionize the modern beat 'em up, but its punchy character controls and tough, wave-based combat offer an addictive few hours of amoeba-murder that ultimately makes that okay.

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Digitally Downloaded

Harvard L.
Digitally Downloaded

In a nutshell, Plasma Puncher is a gorgeous, difficult and sometimes frustrating game. The excellent production values are overshadowed by some minor technical inconsistencies, but while I could spend all day complaining about the small stuff, the real weakness is a lack of gameplay depth.

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GameGrin

8 / 10.0
GameGrin

Beating up blobs is everything you've ever dreamed it to be. Not much is unique about Plasma Puncher, but that's fine when just about everything else is done right.

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