Death Unphased Review (Steam)
For this Death Unphased Review, we play a precision platformer where you phase through walls, spikes, and enemies with your dash. A short arcade-like experience with the goal of beating your fastest time at each level. Flex your puzzle-solving and speedrunning abilities as you forge the best path to the exit door.
Death Unphased Review Pros:
- Decent pixel art graphics.
- 277.31MB Download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Full controller support.
- Graphics settings – resolution, fullscreen, screenshake, and shadows.
- Game settings – checkpoints, show timer, and level text.
- You can rebind controls and set the button icons.
- Splatformer-style gameplay.
- The game offers four acts with a total of 75 levels.
- Each level shows your best clear times.
- The First 8 levels are unlocked and can be played in any order.
- Lightning-fast loading times.
- You have a jump and dash button, you can dash through walls and spikes.
- Checkpoints within a level. (if enabled)
- Streamlined arcade presentation.
- Simple to learn but hard to master.
- Has a high skill ceiling.
Death Unphased Review Cons:
- Bare minimum graphics options.
- The mouse cursor stays on the screen even when using the controller.
- No way to skip a level you are having trouble with.
- Doesn’t have a story or anything.
- No online leaderboards.
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Developer: Two Slash Games
Publisher: Two Slash Games
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Death Unphased is a platformer-style game that offers a total of 75 levels across four acts. The game features lightning-fast loading times and a streamlined arcade presentation. It has a jump and dash button, allowing you to dash through walls and spikes. The game is simple to learn but hard to master, offering a high skill ceiling.
However, the game has some drawbacks. It offers bare minimum graphics options, and the mouse cursor stays on the screen even when using the controller. The game is quite difficult, and there’s no way to skip a level you’re having trouble with. Additionally, it doesn’t have a story or online leaderboards. Despite these issues, Death Unphased is exactly what you think it is, and it is a brilliant example of the genre.