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Masky

Masky

Action, Casual, Indie
Dance to the mystic sounds and invite as many dancers as you can.
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Dance to the mystic sounds and invite as many dancers as you can.
buy 0.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date16 декабря 2016 г.
DevelopersDigital Melody
PublishersForever Entertainment S. A.
OSMac, Linux, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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Single-playerMulti-playerPvPOnline PvPShared/Split Screen PvPShared/Split ScreenCross-Platform MultiplayerSteam AchievementsFull controller supportSteam Trading CardsSteam CloudStatsSteam LeaderboardsRemote Play Together

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  • OS: OSX 10
  • Processor: Intel Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia 320M or higher, or Radeon 7000 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
  • Storage: 300 MB available space

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Description

Masky - winner of IGJAM2016 mobile game category - from creators of Timberman and Surfingers.

Take part in annual grand costume ball. Dance to the mystic sounds and invite as many dancers as you can. Keep balance and watch out for special skills of other dancers’ masks. Explore different worlds through the magic doors. Unlock and upgrade unique masks - dance longer and longer, faster and faster!

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Masky30.01.2017

Wanna dance without having to get up? Or infect others with the rhythm? Masky brings it in with being a balance dancing game as you collect more and mor people to bring up your score. [h1]Gameplay[/h1] Although Masky describes it as a dancing game, I'd take it as more of a balancing game. With the simple balancing mechanics that anyone can easily pick up without a tutorial. However, with it being advertised as a dancing game, it can easily be misinterpreted to a dancing game rather than what the gameplay actually is. Each round starts with your character in the middle with two other figures on each side of you. All you have to do is walk towards them to join hands, comtinuing till you lose your balance. As you play more, and try to take a shortcut, you see the balance is connected to the pople you have. Go grab people from the same side and it'll become difficult to stay upright as it drifts to that side. So adjusting to have somewhat the same amount of people on each side is advisable to stay on your feet. Of course as the line gets bigger and bigger it will also becoe difficult to stay upright. To balance this out the game will spawn doors, both to bring you to another theme and to lighten your load. The kicker is the special masks that activates certain effects that can either be helpful or not. Ranging from it cutting off some people to putting your screen upside down. This is characterized early by a red arrow and later by what mask the don once you add them to your line. [h1]Single vs Multi-Player[/h1] With the basic gameplay out of the way let's see how playing by yourself and playing with others is the same or differs. A leveling system is integrated to give you more mask designs, coming with it's own music (guarenteed starter music if you're in single player) that shows up in the game. It also shows feet, which increases the more levels you go up, which I believe gives you more workaround with your balancing. And while you can try to achieve this in single player by just trying to get as many dancers to join you, multiplayer is much more enjoyable. Leveling up with playing online is actually pretty fun. Especially if you happen along someone that is leveling up just like you. Instead of getting the most dancers, multiplayer focuses on a race between three others (bots will fill in for the missing spots) to get a chain of 25. Winning 3 rounds declares you the winner. Dependsing if you win or lose, skill points and your rank will either go down or up.The split-screen nature doesn't really help you but others to tempt you into looking, but you can guess where they are by the sounds each thing makes that you can hear. The bots is really difficult to beat, seeming to mostly do better than what you do. [h1]Sound[/h1] The music that goes along with each theme is catchy and great. It doesn't call you attention but lightly pats you as you try to balance. The tempo goes along with how you are doing rather than it being set. The sound effects for the special masks or going through doors stands out from the music easily. So if you are in multiplayer, you can sneakily track the others. [h1]Visuals[/h1] You can't just look at the screenshots but look at the gameplay. As it keeps moving rather than standing still most of the time. Everything, except the masks, are outlined in a specific color based on the theme giving a basic representation of the body type. The background also uses this, but it has moving parts. It is very eye catching which is great but can distract you from the task in hand. [h1]Performance[/h1] Do not worry about performance with Masky! It doesn't lag or have any major problems with connecting to others. Everything is really easy to manage and go through. If you want to quickly launch it and go in, it is very easy. [h1]Replayability[/h1] It only lasts as long as you want to play. You can easily stop at the max level. If there was more of an online presence it would hold more replayabiltity. But after you max out you can try to beat your high score chain. [h1]Overall[/h1] + Art + Music + Integrating mask abilities and how many people with the balancing aspect + Cheap price +/- Multiplayer only achievements - Bots adding up the difficulty Masky is simple that anyone will be able to pick up and get after a few minutes. Balancing may seem too easy at first but gets harder and harder as you progress. The only thing that may not be great, other than the bots, is the multiplayer only acheievements. Not many people play online, so they can easily be hard to get (not to mention having bots replace some spots). Which is a shame due to how fun it is to level up with someone else and the cheap price it's set at. But otherwise I recommend this. ANd if you happen to know a friend looking for a cheap multiplayer game, level up with them!

Conservation Angelfish
Conservation Angelfish
I recommend
Masky08.02.2017

[h1]Better & More Productive Than a 99 cents Peepshow[/h1] [b]Less calories than a buck a meal deal[/b] I have picked up this game as a side little add-on purchase during the latest Steam specials. As a sucker for cute, quirky art and tunes, I thought I should give Masky a try. Besides, I need more super duper casual game on my list. [b]Simple Concept & Gameplay with emphasis on Coordination & Balance[/b] While Masky is being branded as a dance game, I agree with other reviewers it's different: Unlike most dance games that are associated with rhythm & beat, Masky relies on balance, momentum/resistance, directional controls, and visual responses to changing environment instead:[list] [*]You will find that if you collect too many dancers on one side (eg. Left side), your group will gravitate towards the left. [*]Environment will change eg. backdrop, as well as by collecting "active" masks: eg. Speed up movement, or inverse dirctions[/list] [b]Some of my overall positve experience[/b] [list] [*]Incredibly easy to learn and navigate [*]Responsive [*]Fun, quirky art style, Changing environment can look trippy [*]Fun little tunes to dance to (edit:I caught myself humming the strange tunes at work). [*]Good for if you want to play a super casual game without commitment [*]Love how the game pre-scream for you when you fail, so you don't have to scream. [/list] [b]Other Potentials[/b] [list] [*]Possibly enjoyable for casual game players who are prone to acquiring highest score/perfect level game play/must-get-better-this-time mentality [*]Can be a part of a fun party game curation especially with a few drinks in [/list] [b]Cons[/b][list] [*]Similar to the downfall of multiple games, the online playerbase is small or non existent. Although it's built to have online multiplayer option, I don't anticipate that people would use this function.[/list] [b]Conclusion:[/b] Unlike a 99 cents peepshow, this game actually delivers entertainment instead of a tease. No, I don't mind you taking my monies: I have been thoroughly entertained by this.

Metropolitan Koi
Metropolitan Koi
I recommend
Masky24.07.2018

Do not buy this game if you like 100% achievement completion: the 2 multiplayer achievements are almost unobtainale. The game itself is good for the first 10 minutes. Then it becomes boring for the rest of its existence. The artwork is interesting, the music and the atmosphere enjoyably bizzarre.

Inland Reindeer
Inland Reindeer
I don't recommend
Masky13.01.2017

[h1]Potential party game for the price of a 99¢ meal deal[/h1] Both soothing and frustrating, and incredibly simplistic, Masky is unique for what it is. My boyfriend said that, on paper, this game probably looked so basic and silly, it's a wonder it got created. It's a game of balance, with random occurrences thrown in every now and then to screw with you, depending on what mask-wearing peeps you tag with. The graphics and music are terrific, and the mechanics are smooth. What's really great about Masky is the 4-player, split-screen mode. Plug in 4 controllers and get ready for some fun with family or friends, local or online. It's just as much fun and frustrating to watch others play, as well. [b]8/ 10[/b] [i]You won't bemoan your 0.99 spent, guaranteed![/i]

Passive Ferret
Passive Ferret
I recommend
Masky01.05.2021

Edit: If anyone wants to play together to try to get the multiplayer achievements, just send me a message. Thanks. - I regret not playing it immediately after I bought it - so I could still request a refund. In about 5-10 minutes you'll have done everything the game has to offer. It's nothing more than a balancing game. You'll probably play (a lot) more for the achievements though - and you won't even be able to get the multiplayer ones. Cute characters, bad soundtrack and repetitive gameplay. 3/10

Strange Vulture
Strange Vulture
I don't recommend
Masky30.12.2017

It was fun for a little bit. It's just a balancing act. All you do is keep the bar centered. If it goes to far to the left or the right all of the dancers fall over and you lose. I had fun for like an hour. It's worth the $.50 I paid for it, but probably not much more than that.

Warm Damselfly
Warm Damselfly
I recommend
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