Arson and Plunder

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Arson & Plunder is a 2D arcade/beat'em up adventure based on the genre classics of the 90's. The classic gameplay has been brought up to speed with the latest developments and trends and is now available on your mobile Apple end devices! In typical beat'em up style, playing an orc or an elf you wade through hordes of enemies out to kill you.

The game features beautiful 2D visuals, interactive scenarios and a humorous story. Your objective in Arson & Plunder is to survive over 25 different missions in five difficulty levels. During your adventure you can always switch between being an orc or an elf. This feature makes the gameplay significantly dynamic. The controls are always intuitive and help you to carve your way through an adventure bursting with humor and action.

Key features:

  • Switch your character any time you like

  • 2D comic art style

  • 5 difficulty levels

  • Over 25 missions

  • Challenging boss fights

Customer reviews


Really creative, poorly ported

sycomantis1991 | July 4, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »

There's a lot of creativity to be found in this game. it's gorgeous, I love the character designs, and it's one of the few side-scrolling beat-em-ups that isn't immediately boring. That being said, it's poorly optimized for PC so I'd recommend getting it on a mobile devices if you can. It's still a good time for the price on either however.


Better played on mobile devices

tzarinakatarina | Sept. 10, 2013 | See all tzarinakatarina's reviews »

Arson and Plunder are the names of two characters of this arcade beat'em up game, which may already be known to some users of iOS devices. And although the game is pretty entertaining, it feels better suited to these mobile devices than to PCs, to which it has been recently ported. You are playing a duo of protagonists, with option of switching the character in use. Despite (or maybe because of) like 25 missions, several difficulty levels, multiple enemies and bosses, the game felt a bit monotoneous or repetitive to me. It would be a decent pastime when playing on a mobile device while traveling, but for a PC I would prefer more diversity and interesting twists.