The games progression loop feels wonderful and the simple art style is great, but there is only so long before your interest will probably start to wane. Once you get to wave 400 to 600 you are well kitted out and almost invincible. Without a genuine real player vs player mode the other two modes feel a little empty and pointless, but could have real potential if you could play it with others. There are also few bugs and strange issues from being a port, but overall Grave Keeper is fun and entertaining.
Grave Keeper fits well with a free-to-play model but adds nothing to justify its new cost
As much as the creators want to label the game as a hack n slash game it is not. It’s more of a wave survival type game. Grave Keeper is not a terrible game it is just wildly overpriced considering it is free on Android.
We are in front of a game that can give us an hour or two of fun, but in most cases it will leave us wanting more and we will have the feeling that it is a mobile game carried in quite a hurry.
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Grave Keeper is bland, boring, and repetitive—but hey, it could be worse.