Average Playtime: 38 hours

FlyingRock: Arena

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FlyingRock: Arena – is top-down arcade, wherein player control weapon by mouse.
Goal in game – to kill enemy by weapon or rock that directed blows of weapon.
Game control:
Movement of cursor (blue sword) against character makes transferring of weapon in the appropriate direction.
Movement of character. In mode Mouse-Only: position of cursor sets direction of movement. In mode Keyboard+Mouse – mouse still sets rotation of characters, but movement is carried out keyboard.
Features:* Unusual gameplay. Character isn't control weapon, YOU do!
* Comfortable control
* Three game modes:
Arena– arena fight with enemies in melee
FlyingRock, – killing monsters and magic creations by weapon and rock and prevent death of character and destruction of main pillar.
Duel – destruction main pillar of enemy by rock and prevent destruction of your one.
* Many game levels and types of enemies
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Developer
Edo Create
Publisher
Edo Create
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://www.facebook.com/flyingrockgame/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: 2000, XP, Vista, 7
  • Processor: Intel core i3 3220
  • Memory: 1000 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GT 430
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 299 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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FlyingRock: Arena reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
FlyingRock: Arena-a full indie. Gameplay. Once upon a time came a game like HammerFight, the main fiction of which were fights based on the physical laws, namely kinetic power. That is, to hit the enemy, it was necessary to untwist the weapon and get on it. The Arena Mode in this game is identical to the one described above, in other modes, our character is chained to the central pillar and can not directly beat anyone, but can as a filling baseball player, beat the items \ Enemies stone (Hello Arcanoid!). There is no Plot in the game. Optimization too. In General, the gameplay is interesting, but it is a rare lover. Graphics and sounds. Here in this plan, everything is bad, the graphics looks like it was made under Windows 2000, there are retro modes for fans of this, which generally closes and without that any picture. The music is also sad. As a result. The Game is not the worst, but made very amateur. If you want to play something based on kinetics, it is better to pass the same HammerFight. For the rest of the players, the point is to play it and the less. 5 centrifugal forces of 10 http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1126193393 P. S: If this review was useful for You put like, and also add friends and subscribe to me as a curator-Reviews online
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Microsoft from Spain
The first game I played was to arena I thought it was going to be boring and I was going to play for a while and I was going to uninstall it, juque a while and I found it fun to level nine and the game stopped Fucionar, when I returned all I did was lost then try other ways And here I started to doubt the game. Duel: You're tied to a pillar you have a Bat? You have to hit a rock and try to give your enemy with the rock, the bad is the next thing the rock is too slow, your enemy turns and when you get the rock (if it arrives) he beats and is likely to you but your Pilar I could not complete the game because I hit the rock and bounced from side to side did not give my enemy or me. FlyingRock: More or less the same but this time you have to destroy some mystical things in this way my opinion is almost the same as the opposite of the other East and past the first level and I see it very boring. Well this game seems to me to play one of those pages that collect flash games that the Mitan are lousy the only thing I remember Good was Sushi Cat (which I recommend). As for FryingRock: Arena I think it should improve in many respects but it is a game that is free and which will keep me informed by future updates
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