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Elven Assassin

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Should I join?Is there anything more epic than slaying hordes of orcs with a bow in Virtual Reality? When nothing comes to your mind, then you probably should try this.
If you thought: "Of course, slaying them with my friends online in co-op mode!", then this is the matter of destiny.Become an elven assassin.Take a bow and kill hundreds of orcs of different types that want to get into the elven town and destroy it. As an elven assassin, you will make spectacular shots like long distant headshots or you will send lethal arrows through the windows. All this to conquer global leaderboards of other elven assassins.Piece of cake then?Not really. This is real orcs assault. The Orcs are running fast making the game more competitive. They break into houses to hide from your arrows, and when they got furious their massive axe is thrown to splash you head into pieces.Assassin United.Two, Three or Four assassin may unite to defend the town. Use wisely the four available archery spots to survive as long as possible. You can choose one of the public servers, that asks for your support or decide to defend the castle only with the brothers you know on the private server.Additional info.The game was created from the ground up for Room-Scale Virtual Reality Experience.
If you don't own VR headset you can try the game in good VR Parks & Arcades.

The game contains the voice chat, so watch your language and remember the Steam Online Conduct.

Disclaimer:
This game is not associated with any other fantasy movie, game or book.
Any similarity is purely coincidental.VR Parks and Arcades.If you are the owner of VR park visit:
https://wenklystudio.com/games/elvenassassin/VRParks&Arcades.pdf
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Wenkly Studio Sp. z o.o.
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Wenkly Studio Sp. z o.o.
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https://wenklystudio.com/games/elvenassassin/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 / AMD FX 8350 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 970 / AMD Radeon™ R9 290 equivalent or greater
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Video Output: HDMI 1.4 or DisplayPort 1.2 or newer; USB Port: 1x USB 2.0 or greater port
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Early Access Review One Of the Best Arrow and Arrow Games at the Moment, mainly because of the already somewhat advanced Development. Basic: The Operation of the Bow and Arrow goes very well by the Hand, the Aim is simple but realistic. The Arrows do not have to be pulled off the Back (which I personally find positive) but appear automatically in the Hand. The Trajectory is quickly internalized. There are two playable Cards. At the first one Defends an Elf village. There are four Points at which you can stand and you change location by a Shot at the respective Point. In the second Map, people are supported in the Defense of a Festival (reminiscent of Helm's Gorge). There are more Options in Defence, as there are also Catapults and Cannons available. However, this Card is not (yet) as balanced as the first. The Opponents consist of Fantasy Beings who sometimes fight back (for example, some Orcs throw an Axe after the Shooter in front of which you have to duck after a Hit). During the Battles, you collect Gold that you can put into Equipment (cosmetic only) and climb levels for which you can buy magic in order to be able to use Special Arrows. The Single Player is quite difficult, because after a few Waves you have to change position quickly and let go of very fast Consequences of Arrows in order to pass. The Multiplayer plays a good Bit easier and works quite brilliantly. Even with Random Players, you last some Waves long. It really works well when you can talk to your Fellow Players. Unfortunately, there is relatively little going on on the European Servers (but there are actually always 1-2 Games just active where you can get in). Even during the Waves, the Game is always motivating, as you can always look at the Score of the 4 Players in Comparison. Probably the most direct Competitor product is Quivr, which I Think is somewhat Forthcoming at the moment, because Elven Assassin already offers a high Replay value through the two Maps, the Equipment and The Magic System. By The Way, you need some Space, because it is always necessary to move (to dodge or get a better Angle). 1.5x2m is enough. Cons so far:-the first Waves are very boring with four Players because there are too few Opponents from too few Spawnpoints. At first, you beat yourself up almost for the Shots. -While an Orc throws an Axe, it is invulnerable. For me, the Games is a very clear Buy recommendation and one of the Best VR Games at the Moment, especially for €10. It gets me to sweat and it is just with its short Rounds an ideal VR Game without getting exhausting. And if someone is looking for a Player for the Multiplayer: Just add it.
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