Trilogy King Man Review (Steam)
This Trilogy King Man review allows us to introduce Three classics from the past that are celebrating a glorious return, bringing you all-new features, modern tweaks, and the soul of the late 80s and early 90s in one unique package!
Trilogy King Man Review Pros:
- Graphics are a mix of 8-16 bit.
- 1.18GB Download size.
- Controller support.
- Three games – King Man, Retro King Man, and Super King Man.
- Each game has a little history piece on them.
- Platformer gameplay.
- King Man is a game where you collect coins and deposit them to win.
- The King Man game is a puzzle platformer as you fall off or walk off the screen to appear on the other side. You avoid obstacles to reach your goal.
- King Man uses a password system for saving.
- Chiptune soundtracks.
- History King Man is a documentary on how the game was made.
- Retro King Man has a screen mode option to change the size.
- Retro King Man is a more open platformer game with the goal of the same coins but you have more to platforming and enemies.
- Gameboy-style green screen graphics are used in Retro King Man.
- Simple controls.
- Easy to get into.
- Can quit back to game select.
- You go on a history tour playing a NES, Gameboy, and Super NES game.
Trilogy King Man Review Cons:
- No Steam achievements.
- Doesn’t have any graphics settings.
- Cannot use the analog sticks on Retro Man.
- Retro Man uses the password save system.
- Super King Man doesn’t seem to work? The controller or keyboard won’t move your character.
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Trilogy King Man:
Publisher: Plug In Digital
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
I will be honest, I never heard of the the King Man series until now. I wanna feed bad but this trilogy made it feel alright,for it may be a small set of games from a couple of indies but they pack a lot into a small package. For people like me I shall tell you that King Man is a platformer game at its core and then each game adds something new like deadlier obstacles or how the coins work (they are needed to progress or finish a level). King Man spans the Nes, Gameboy and Super Nintendo generations and this is evident instantly by the graphics but becomes more evident when you play them and see how much is going on. I really enjoyed my time with the series and it did make a fan out of me, I appreciate how the devs knew it would be a new set of games for many people so they added in little history cards, and an in depth mini documentary which is well worth watching. However you cut it, Trilogy King Man is a set of forgotten games lovingly brought back to the market with all the care and attention of so many other reboots. Oh and Trilogy King Man is a fantastic set of games that serve as an example of how games were due to the limitations of hardware, and how that didn’t stop devs from making memorable games.