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Spark the Electric Jester

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Spark the electric jester is an action/platformer video game heavily based on best classics from the 16-bit era from both sides of the aisle.
You play as Spark, an electric jester frustrated by the loss of his job! On one beautiful day, robots decided to take over the world. Seeing as Spark’s job was taken by a robot, he decided this was the perfect opportunity for his revenge! Spark will have to travel through the world and be engulfed in high-speed thrills and tons of action against the robots and the one who has taken his job.
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Feperd Games
Feperd Games
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • Processor: Dual-Core 2.0 GHz or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Feb 9, 2023

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Spark the Electric Jester reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Spark is a platform game whose principle is basically a merger between Kirby and Sonic: you will be plunged into levels where you can go fast, all using the abilities of the powers available to you. It is also possible to store a power, which allows to add an additional depth to this already incredible game. A good principle is cool, but does the game exploit it properly? The answer is Yes. Each power has its own utilities and is unique, some powers are more focused on exploration against some more thought for combat, it's up to you to see the kind of power that suits you best to progress! The difficulty of the game is as well dosed: the game is not impossible but will not be easy if the player does not understand the mechanics of it (especially after the history of spark). The game offers a variety of approaches thanks to the powers as well as other surprises that will wait if you go far enough in the game! One of the other quality of this game is its OST, the music is catting (we will thank the Kickstarter which was created essentially to produce these) and cut them (especially to replace them with other music) would be a serious mistake! Still not convinced by the trailers and this evaluation? Go to the Kickstarter page of the game or look for the Sonic before the sequel, Sonic after the sequel and Sonic Chrono adventure fan games (all free) to make your own opinion about the quality of LakeFeperd games!
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Microsoft from French
A little too fouilli, spark fails to be Sonic-it looks rather like Zool. With its two cinematic scenes probeluously disgusting which, in addition to being as ugly as a flat louse, arrive as late as a hair in a bowl already emptied for a long time, it fails to be cool. Because some levels stretch too long, it fails to be punctuated. Because there are some cracks and so many finishing worries, it fails to be massive. Because its level design is not often brilliant, the electric jester fails to be cult. And there's everything else. There are these sumptuous backgrounds that torture us, the poor jerks who stir the stick from left to right as if they were playing a party-game, torn between this crazy urge to accelerate to undressing the parralax and the desire to freeze for contemplate such a voyeur husband who, turning his eyes away from his window, is surprised to find a in her own bed. There is this generosity of content that never gets messy, these varied sets that follow with enough coherence so that through them we imagine a world and its stories. Above all, there are these musics that delight us almost as much as we could do hill top zone, we enchant, we sting, we sing that she loves us. Spark? Many games have the same flaws, few have its qualities. Beautiful in everything but beautiful in nothing that is not formal, spark is not as great as the recent mastodons of the platform. Great, it's not even at all. Not invited into the VIP square to get drunk with freedom planet, VVVVV, JumpJet Rex, Super meat boy or Downwell, the electric jester will have to settle for the second hat, the one just below, that of those games that we like, that of the skies where the sparks are all the more beautiful they are rare, that of the games that our MegaDrive would have loved to meet.
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