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A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher

Rating Summary

Based on 3 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

50

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Based on 3 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchJul 10, 2019

Developer: Ask An Enemy Studios

Genres: Arcade, Action

THIS GAME IS DIFFICULT AND DOES NOT HOLD YOUR HAND AS YOU MIGHT EXPECT IT TO. PAY ATTENTION, PACE YOURSELF, AND TAKE YOUR TIME. IF YOU WANT TO LEARN THE MECHANICS THAT WILL STEP YO GAME UP WATCH THE VIDEOS ABOVE, OR JOIN THE DISCORD. THIS GAME DOES NOT SUPPORT KEYBOARD AND MOUSE. IT IS DESIGNED AROUND A GAMEPAD. IN THE MEANTIME YOUR OTHER OPTION IS TO REQUEST A REFUND. I WON’T GET MAD ;)

A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher is the only split-screen single player twin stick risk 'em up in which your score is meaningless unless you exist. You control two ships simultaneously. Destroy the left to earn points, while recovering resources on the right to multiply those points. The left side does not take damage. The right side does. Above all you must extract with your score. Playing ‘til death is not an option.

EXTRACT with your score and move on to the next Tier, or jump right back into the one you were on. You will now be able to wager part or all of your previous score, essentially creating a bucket of points that you can earn as a bonus. Choose wisely. Extracting before reaching the wager will mean the wager will become a penalty.

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Reviews

GamingTrend

70 / 100
GamingTrend

A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher is a unique twist on the standard split-screen formula, offering players a chance to solo the experience. Testing your multi-tasking skills is great, although it may be too hard for some people. The separate yet connected gameplay design kept me engaged, even if some of the extra challenges were a pain to deal with.

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Pure Nintendo

2 / 10.0
Pure Nintendo

Despite its cheap price tag, it remains hard to recommend due to its non-intuitive nature without a tutorial. I'd highly suggest that AskAnEnemyStudios considers adding a tutorial section if they want more people to take this game on Switch seriously. Personally, I don't see the game being worth anyone's hard-earned cash, especially for parents looking for a game to pick up for their child.

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Screen Rant

Screen Rant

Trackher's approach to solo cooperative play can be an entertaining novelty, though the steep price of failure makes it tough to truly invest in.

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