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Coffee Crisis

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Coffee Crisis is an arcade-style beat 'em up that pays homage to the nineties era of classic arcade and 16-bit brawlers. Play solo or join up with a friend to fight across eight unique locations ranging from your Coffee House HQ to the far reaches of outer space. Go up against an army of wild alien enemies, and the humans that have been taken over by them using weapons, special moves, suplexes, and coffee! The Smurglian race has come to Earth and they're not leaving until they steal our four most prized commodities: our metal music, the best coffee, cat videos, and all of the WiFi. Challenge them through unique and innovative levels inspired by real-life areas. Originally released on a retro platform that needs new games like Earthlings need WiFi, you can now take the fight to your PC. Join Black Forge Coffeehouse baristas Nick and Ashley, two galaxy gladiators called to arms to stop this madness and remove the Smurglian threat from Earth. The Smurgliens can have all of the Rap Metal and Country Pop that they want… but if you don’t help our heroes fend off against the alien-assimilated elderly, bros, cowgirls, and meat head bouncers, they might end up going after good music! This game features: - Single or Local Co-Op Play - Controller Support - Achievements - Steam Trading Cards and Badges (Coming soon!) - Heavy Metal - Possessed Grannies - Dangerous amounts of caffeine So grab a hot mug and save the world!
Release date
May 5, 2018
Developer
Mega Cat Studios
Publisher
QubicGames, Zerouno Games, Mega Cat Studios
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://megacatstudios.com/

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • Processor: 2.0+ Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 300 MB available space

System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • Processor: 2.0+ Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 300 MB available space

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 32bit
  • Processor: 2.0+ Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
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Coffee Crisis reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
I am a fan of the beat'em up 2D but for the blow I am very disappointed. The game is very messy and amateur. Everything is bordélic, from scenario to gameplay. The different blows are poor, you easily lose sight of its character and-the worst-there is a latency between the time when the jump key is pressed and the time when the character actually jumps. Only positive if you like metal: music. Bored after 30 min I ask, and this for the first time, a refund. Instead, test the Pearl of Fight'N rage and forget about this coffee crisis unless you want to make your own opinion with the demo of the game (which I should have downloaded before buying the full game!)
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Microsoft from Spain
I like the beat'em ups so when I saw it on an offer, even though I didn't have much information about it, I didn't hesitate to buy it. What a mistake. I will Not extend much with the details, rather this is a comment to leave my disgust and negative points ordenaditos to make it easy to read that have made me hate this game in 30 minutes. ~ The game does not let you breathe and in a game of sticking sticks is not good. It Does Not let you create a "strategy" of how to tackle the bad with what you end up opting to stay still and press a lot to the button because you see that at least so you hit more. ~ There Is An abuse of enemies that shoot and do very often ~ The attack range of the bad guys is usually longer than yours so you forget a fist fight. ~ The Management of your lives and energy bar is null. It Appeared GAME OVER after 20 minutes, losing a thousand lives and when I was quite frustrated and not very well why, so my frustration is double IN SUMMARY, is a bad beat'em up, I bought for 3 euros and Pico and I consider it a bad purchase.
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Microsoft from Swedish
Product received for free ***Gameplay*** https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaymmVpwNuY&t ***Full review*** http://thegg.net/reviews/coffee-crisis-pc-review-a-great-but-rather-short-16-bit-neo-rogue-beat-em-up/ Pros: + Tons of Streets of Rage, Double Dragon and Golden Axe vibes + Great 16-bit retro-like graphics + The soundtrack is freaking awesome! (Metal ftw! \m/) + The game is pretty darn cheap + Co-op is fun as hell + It’s extremely satisfying to beat-up aliens and old folks with the help of coffee Cons: – Coffee Crisis is a very short game – There is no CPU option for Player 2 – Bugs and glitches (v1.0-1.6) – The h igh difficulty level might be a turn off for some players Gameplay: 3.5/5 Graphics: 3.5/5 Sound/music: 5/5 Controls: 5/5 Replay value: 3.5/5 Story: 3.5/5 Verdict: 4/5 Coffee Crisis may be a rather short beat-em-up experience, but since the game is anything but easy , and looks and feels like a mix of some of the best beat-em-up games from the 80s and 90s. I’m ready to look past that down-side, especially since the two-player co-op mode makes the game even more fun to play. So, all in all, Coffee Crisis is a really fun and challenging 16-bit neo-rogue beat-em-up.
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