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There are a decent amount of weapons, enemy types, and environments, but those are cold comforts in the face of frustrating issues like awkward weapon management, unpolished platforming, wonky enemy AI, and tedious combat encounters. A good first attempt, but the game suffers from poor design all around.
Creepy Road is a fun little game that everybody can enjoy it. Beautiful and weird visuals mixed with smooth gameplay keeps you hyped until the end of your short journey with Flint Trucker. It's a shame that there are quite a few level design flaws that doesn't let this game to be an amazing one, but overall, it's one of the best choices if you're looking for a beautiful under 15$ game.
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In the end, Creepy Road ends up being more frustrating than fun. The poor pacing, heightened difficulty, and lack of tight controls kill any goodwill generated by the humor and good graphics presented on-screen. There's a difference between good difficulty and cheap difficulty, and with the game favoring the latter, only the masochistic and the hardcore genre fans should entertain the idea of playing Creepy Road.
Seriously fun and straight forward, this side-scrolling bullet hell is wonderfully ridiculous. I would definitely recommend giving it a go. Divebombing pandas and raging circus bears on unicycles. What more do I need to say, hmm?
Creepy Road is a game that is not bad but it could be much better. While the genre on which its gameplay is based has vastly superior titles on the market, this title has a lot to improve to be there looking from you to you to the rest.
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