SKIDROW – Hyper Light Drifter Free Download released on 31 Mar 2016 by GOG. Hyper Light Drifter Full Version is truly a fun experience. It is a very mysterious game with interesting lore, all while having a rather simple story. You’ll experience little hand holding with difficult boss fights and enemy encounters. However, the combat is rich, fluid, and fast paced.
Game Title: Hyper Light Drifter SKIDROW Repack
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG
Developer: Heart Machine
Publisher: Heart Machine
Release Date: Mar 31, 2016
Game Size: 800 Mb
Free Download Link Hyper Light Drifter GOG:
- Run “setup_hyper_light_drifter_184.108.40.206.exe”
Review Hyper Light Drifter: Hyper Light Drifter Full Version That name was intriguing when the game was first revealed, now it’s simply perfect. You will traverse its strange and dreamlike world quickly, purpose coming in brief flashes whilst meaning remains elusive.
It’s an isometric RPG, loosely reminiscent of 2D Zelda and Diablo but surpasses its influences with real charm and craft. Other than the initial main menu screen (where the changing pitch between selections was delightful) there is no text to guide you. Everything is visual and it’s a testament to the games fundamentally good design that elaborate concepts will be grasped without tutorials or guides. You’ll start out aimless but quickly you’ve start to put together the pieces of the odd, elaborate world. Hyper Light Drifter understands the use of symbols and shapes, to allow the player to make connections throughout its gorgeous pixel world, both those necessary to progress and those to help frame your journey.
Navigation comes in pleasant platforming, using the titular “drifting” of the nameless protagonist to shift about and later, to outmanoeuvre traps and enemies. Combat is the main focus of the game when it’s not simply about exploration or puzzling. Enemies come in a pleasant number of varieties, all unique, bringing their own challenges and combine with other types for elaborate little set pieces. Combat feels good, your character light on their feet but not floaty, each swing of their sword having real heft. What starts as a simple hack and slasher very quickly blossoms into an elaborate fighter, giving you dozens of options to navigate each fight creatively and in your own way. It does a great job giving you a peak at those options very early, instilling in you not only promise but a sense of the design’s confidence.
Just as well too, since the first boss fight is liable to send you to frustrated-as-♥♥♥♥ town at light speed. Were it not for the recent challenges of Dark Souls and its ilk, my patience might’ve have struggled to pick apart the intricacies of the combat and overcome this initial hurdle. Whilst the game remains challenging throughout, no enemy will hurt you as much as the first boss. Overcome this hurdle and you’ll have taken your first step to grasping the reins with Hyper Light Drifter. Every boss and set-piece thereafter will resemble a puzzle more than a gauntlet.
It does mean Hyper Light Drifter Full Version won’t be for everyone. Whilst there’s more to the game than combat, its distinct challenge will make it unpalatable for some, even if it’ll draw the appeal of others. Still, the game’s confidence in its identity is a great part of what I admire about it and the difficulty of its obstacles is a fundamental part of that. Hyper Light Drifter knows the kind of satisfaction victory will give you and goes to great lengths to play with that euphoria throughout.
Hyper Light Drifter’s journey is a powerful one. The pixel art presentation may draw comparisons to other successful indies but even a few seconds will reveal Hyper Light Drifter’s distinct identity to show through. From the colours to the delightful animations, everything about it has a feel that evokes its title at every turn. Disasterpeace (of Fez fame) does a score that doesn’t just match the sensibilities of the world but adds to them, heightening the mood of every space and filling them with character. Like the artwork it’s minimalist but sharply focused.
Even ignoring my knowledge of creator Alex Preston, there’s a poignancy to the world’s presentation that feels razor-like in its precision. The first time you glimpse a terrifying titan, now a dead husk, clinging to the side of a huge mountain is awe inspiring, intimidating and tragic all in a single moment. Hyper Light Drifter is packed full of these moments, some eternal, others fleeting. Like all the best kind of games, it’s a space you want to dwell in, stare out at the horizon and try to imagine the millennia of stories that took place leading to this one impressive location. It’s a game where you’ll get lost in your own story too, each step fraught with peril, mystery and a growth of skill natural enough to immerse you in its two dimensions.
It’s a special kind of game, with real heart in it and yet a restraint that will keep you wondering. In a year that’s already seen its share of great games and which looks set to have many more, I feel confident that by the years end Hyper Light Drifter will be a true stand out.
Hyper Light Drifter Full Version.