Reviews for Paper Monsters

72

Cheap, Addictive, and Adorable.

spoldy | June 24, 2013 | See all spoldy's reviews »

This game has everything you need. In this game you play a cute little cardboard person who jumps on top of monsters to murder them. the gameplay slightly matches mario, and is great for the price of 4.99

79

Cheap and good

drafek | June 19, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »

This game does have some unique effects, the graphics are done well and the sound is really good. The world is 2D but sometimes it does look like it's 3D. The idea of this game is really good, it does remind me a little bit of mario. The gameplay is good. The ''story'' is done well. And the controls are easy to control. I recomment picking up this game it's cheap and worth full price!

82

Charming & Excellent!

Plasros | June 18, 2013 | See all Plasros's reviews »

Paper Monsters is one those rare games that return on once in a long time. It's additional fun than an evening out with friends, and as unflawed as diamonds. For lack of a higher word, it's excellent. everybody ought to play this. a pleasing surprise that blends parts from classic and current platforming games and achieves nice results. it's going to end in a brief, or too straightforward game for skilled players, however its gameplay is pleasant.

81

Addictive game.

aqnickdan3 | Jan. 26, 2013 | See all aqnickdan3's reviews »

This game features a great concept - paper combat. The world environment features enemies and surroundings crafted entirely out of paper, and you must beat them using a cute little character who you will find out, is much tougher than he seems. The gameplay is similar to most side-scrolling action games as in you have to collect coins and kill enemies in pretty much the same way, but the variation makes up for the lack of fighting options. Highly recommended.

90

Charming Platform Game

lachking | Nov. 5, 2012 | See all lachking's reviews »

Paper Monsters is an interesting and visually stunning platform game. The gameplay is similar to Mario in that you travel and jump around in a 2D world collecting coins (buttons), jumping on enemies and finding the exit. You progress through a variety of locations such as grasslands and deserts and face interesting boss fights. You can use your collected buttons to purchase gear to change your appearance in the game and this adds an element of personalisation to the mix. The visual style is particularly good with vibrant colours and the 2D visuals shown in a 3D type of view looks spectacular. The accompanying music is also good, and adds to the charming atmosphere that the game creates. All in all, Paper Monsters is a great platforming game with varied levels set in a stunning atmosphere.