Reviews for Scarygirl
Prettyhannahclark2004 | July 9, 2013 | See all hannahclark2004's reviews »
Very pretty game. Perfect for platformer fans.
Fun and worthwhileDanielZo0 | June 11, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »
If you've got proper funds and a skill set to match, you'll have a good time with Scarygirl. While the presentation isn't as top shelf as those nifty stop-motion animated films I mentioned, it definitely holds up compared to other platformers of this nature. And the gameplay is fun too, as long as you don't develop an over reliance to throwing things around.
Fun platformerNfreak | Oct. 8, 2012 | See all Nfreak's reviews »
Scarygirl is not a perfect game and it does have its fair share of flaws, but if you look past them, which I urge you to do, what you will find is a surprisingly solid platformer. It has a wacky story going for it and really interesting graphics paired with good gameplay.
The controls however pretty much demands that you use a gamepad, and if you do they are pretty good. However, if you opt to play with a keyboard as I initially did, you will find the game expecting you to have just as many arms as the octopus in the story. At least it felt that way to me. Also the game did not allow me to change resolution properly, but the gameplay made up for it.
All in all I really enjoyed the game, and it will provide a couple hours of good fun to anyone who enjoys platformers.
Nice game to look atCooberstooge | Sept. 13, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
Scarygirl is essentially just a typical platformer, but its use of a visual style similar to the wackiness of Alice: Madness Returns sets it miles apart from every other similar title out there. A unique story and easy controls keep you playing right until the end, but average gameplay may not encourage you to give it more than one or two more goes.
Graphically, the game is simply astounding, with different whimsical and fantastic creatures and scenes awaiting you on every level. There's things that are clearly animals, but essentially half-machine, and your character often walks on things that any sane human wouldn't go anywhere near. All this awesomeness doesn't hardly tax your machine, either, so even folks running older machines, so long as they meet the requirements, are good to go. Sound is good, although it somewhat pales in comparison to the visual style. Controls work well, and are your typical platform layout.
The story is interesting, but is not something that is overly original. Playing in co-op with the giant rabbit is hilarious, though. The multiplayer community is of a decent size, although finding available co-op partners can be somewhat challenging.
Overall, a decent game, but it doesn't have a lot of originality aside from the visuals. Would recommend a buy, but don't expect to be racking up piles of hours in it.
Only a good platformZinzun | Sept. 5, 2012 | See all Zinzun's reviews »
Scarygirl is "only" a nice game, so expect the classic things you find in every platform. Jump, kill enemies, take collectibles and so on. The graphic is good as the sound, but the game hasn't any elements that rise it from similar titles. Buy it when it will be on deal, it's not ugly, but it's not a masterpiece too.
Awesome!tjfoo | July 19, 2012 | See all tjfoo's reviews »
I love the story. The graphics of the game is good. As mentioned before, this game is a must-buy for platformer fans. Highly recommended.
Not that badhellinperson | June 16, 2012 | See all hellinperson's reviews »
Scarygirl is an 2.5D platformer. It has a wonderful art style. The levels have different paths and they are very big. The music is decent and the narrator has a cheesy voice. If you like platformers, you should get this game
Amazing Game!aqnickdan3 | June 16, 2012 | See all aqnickdan3's reviews »
Just 2 hours into this game and I love it! Amazing story so far, great graphics, such creative gameplay! Monsters are pretty cool! Bosses are challenging and engaging! Great game!