Boomerang Fu Review (Steam)
Slice and dice your friends with boomerangs in this frantic physics party game. Join a crew of your favorite foods as you grill, chill, and spill your enemies. Discover ridiculous power-ups and stack them together in deadly combinations.
- Cartoon graphics.
- 447mb Download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Controller support.
- Graphics-fullscreen, resolution, v-sync, quality preset (low/medium/high), screen shake, and freeze frames.
- Shared keyboard option.
- 12 characters to choose from.
- 1-6 players.
- Bot support with 3 difficulties-easy/normal and hard. Add as many bots as you like.
- Three game modes- Free for all, team up and Golden boomerang.
- Modifiers- match length, victory condition, warm-up round, auto balance, sudden death time limit, available power-ups, and how boomerangs work.
- Points are scored for kills by default.
- The smart camera then zooms in and out.
- Party gameplay.
- Remote play together support.
- Can save replays to your desktop.
- Fast frantic gameplay.
- Default actions–dash, slash, and throw a boomerang.
- Maps are randomized each round.
- Fast loading times.
- Power-ups appear in the level.
- Levels can have environmental issues and interactive parts.
- Bouncy soundtrack.
- Slow-motion kills.
- End of a game breakdown showing awards for all the players.
- Can stack power-ups.
- Over 30 different arenas.
- Still fun even in solo mode.
- Can accidentally turn off the controller and have to faff to get it back working.
- No online multiplayer.
- Lacks a tutorial.
- No unlocks for your characters.
- Very one-note.
- The default sound is very high. Can be turned down but just an FYI on first boot up.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Boomerang Fu is a party game like no other. First off let’s get this straight Boomerang Fu has no online multiplayer but it does have a remote play so others can join you. OK, that’s off my chest, Boomerang Fu is a game whereby 2-6 players face off in one of thirty arenas and your goal depends on the game mode but it is usually a case of out killing your opponents. The scoring is simple, you all get one life per round, and one point is scored for each kill, fill your bar first and you win. The only other game mode that is an exception to that rule is the Golden Boomerang mode and instead is a case of holding the item for the longest time. Controls are simple with a 3 button layout whereby you can dash, slash, and throw a boomerang. Power-ups will appear in the levels and give you the edge and they vary from disguises to bubbles to speed boost and many more. The game overall is a lot of fun and even in solo is fun thanks to full bot support and difficultly modifiers. You may not be playing this hardcore in solo or even with friends but it is a game that should be in your multiplayer bundle and is a ton of fun with friends even if the actual game part is somewhat lacking.