"Don't open the doors!" is a claymation action adventure in an odd world of talking pumpkins, blue trees and stuff like that.
The city is in danger! The doors came out of nowhere. Everything near them began to talk and almost everything tried to eat you. Solving this problem is no sweat: you only have to find the Main super door and blast it with a super megabomb. As a real hero, you'll have to handle it yourself. However, everything is sure to go haywire!
Don't open the doors! is © Anton Riot 2016. All code, art, narration, game design is copyright Anton Riot.
This game reminds me of a great series as a kid called 'Trap Door' that was also made with clay, and i swear this game was inspired by it. So ignore any hate on this game its wonderful, the art direction the animation its amazing and you can tell straight away the amount of effort gone in to creating this. Story So the story is straight forward to understand, its not complicated or confusing it just gets straight to the point and is pretty basic, the doors have taken over the land and your job is to get rid of them its a simple as that. But it will make you laugh, the dialogue and characters are great and all fit in well with the game, nothing or nobody feels out of place and merge in well with the story. Gameplay Its a single player RPG adventure and it plays out like most RPGs, you follow the storyline, go explore and pickup sidequests along the way etc etc But there isn't a massive amount of content so you wont be playing this for hours on end but theres plenty to do for a good 10+hours. As for resources, collectables that kinda stuff, well it falls a bit short here because aside from ammo and health, the rest of the resources are usually used once for a single quest and then rendered useless after that and the armor isn't much different, you can pick up the best armor pretty fast and in turn the rest become useless, and the problem is you cant sell anything so in the end you just have a big inventory full of junk. Weapons are pretty cool tho, only a few different types to choose from but each work well for specific situations, i definitely enjoyed using them all. Graphics and Controls Easy to use controls, simple buttons for kb/m or control pad but there is no keybind options (not that you really need it). Movement and combat can be a little clunky sure but hardly game breaking and nothing to stop you enjoying the game at all, just have fun splatting things with your hammer like i did. Graphics are superb, the animated clay just gives it that unique look and feel to the game with no complaints. Overall A fantastic game if your looking for something fun for a short time, even great for your kids to play. Its not a 'pro' players game and not as sophisticated or in depth as some RPGs but really enjoyable, worth a thumbs up all day long, so go check this one out!
Amazing hand-made game. A lot of humour, action, puzzles and real plasticine. This game can be called a plasticine bastion if you look on gameplay. So yes, I like it and recommend for all.
Awesome soundtrack, nice and weird world of a game, but, if you like exploration, nice dialogs and cute plasticine graphics, you will not regret! Beware of pumpkins and don't open the doors!
Do not open the doors! - It plasticine analogue The Bastion, run, carry out tasks on the half-open world, beat all the beetles and bees his hammer, to collect coins. From what attracted: The game is very uncomfortable and the lamp at the same time (plasticine games and cartoons with his roots can not be comfortable, they are strange,and game developer is well aware). Music belongs to the psychedelic, it is good for the atmosphere of the game, but it is not enough. The graphics are nice, and it's not 3D models, and real photos (but with treatment). According to the developer of the game involved more than 8,000 photos. Bugs yet been seen. I note and sounds good.Of the minuses I want to note: There is one drawback, (maybe it will seem strange cavil) - this is the sound when the player picks up the item, the sound sounds like a message in the VC: D. In general, the game is good, the price is acceptable. If you were "Vangerov", "Nevers-in, It's bad," "Armikrog" and you're a fan of games - then feel free to take! My rating: 8/10.
Don't open the doors! is an open world isometric hack and slash RPG created entirely with claymation. It's a well made world with the work that must have been required to make it, and it is full with amusing characters to talk to. Some of your fellow claypeople might make things difficult for you and you might find some helpful and talkative creatures among the enemies you are usually fighting. Due to the controls and view combat can feel a little off, as can movement when you are required to stand on certain, sometimes moving, platforms to reach different areas. The game has a lighthearted and enjoyable world to explore with a kind of visual style you don't see that often, though the actual gameplay itself was never that interesting when it came to combat or platforming. Worth checking out for the low price or for younger players.
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