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Share: 2019
Developer: Coletivo vaca roxa

Operating system: Windows 8, 10 (x64)
Processor: Dual core 2GHz
Graphic: GeForce 8 series
Memory: 2GB
Storage: 1500MB
Steam Ratings: Very positive (206) 87% of the 206 user reviews for this game are positive.
Execution: Complete last release

Creepy train station – a tube collection of pixel indie projects, including nine games of different genres, decorated on the theme of the popular American holiday Halloween. The player has the choice between the solid arcade game Cosmic Rain, the interactive novel Curse Brinner, which takes about ten minutes to complete, and the story-driven adventure Killing Moon with multiple endings. Also a Spookie Cooking mini-game with a one-button control interface; linear but addictive quest Wishing Sarah and Roguelike Tower of 100 Floors for those who are into reckless gameplay in the spirit of endless rolling, throwing bombs and collecting bonuses so that sooner or later they move their horses anyway. Finally, the final three include: a game focused on the competitive element Worship the Demon Lord with Friends, Thursday The 12th first-person run/kill simulator with goofy dark humor and witty ways, and the absolute winner out The Spooky station set called Spookids, design and gameplay are reminiscent of the masterpieces of the Sega generation.

Some episodes are downright weak due to bad plot, sloppy presentation and serious bugs, others deserve attention due to high replay value, due to careful level graphics and adorable gameplay. Some of the games have a single player mode while the rest can be played in co-op mode with friends. Maintained in a single All Saints’ Day arrangement, the collection is generally worth a leisurely autumn evening in front of the screen.

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Size: 1.3GB. Execution: Complete last release

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