Tunche Review :
Welcome to Game review this is often more of an informational Post about all or any more details of Tunche and what we all know so far.
Today we are going to look at Tunche, When playing this game you will have one game mode and that is the campaign mode. In this campaign, up to four players locally can choose one of five characters story-wise you are attempting to find someone called too clearly on this isn’t really explained well and you were left in the dark on the whole situation on your journey to find touch you will be placed in Arenas where you fight off enemies and this is the core concept of the game and you will be doing this for most of the game.
Tunche Review: After defeating all enemies in the arena you will be given a reward and move on to a new area that can be an interaction with an NPC or another arena. You do this over and over until you reach a boss. After defeating the boss you will unlock a new area if you die at any point you will have to restart from the beginning now.
When it comes to the gameplay there is a lot of features to unpack but the core gameplay is pretty simple each character offers their own type of attacks but starting out you’ll have a dodge ability a standard attack that can be combat and uppercut to launch enemies and arranged attack that uses mana.
Now on top of this simple concept, they have added some features to keep things interesting I will try to keep them as simple as possible upgrade wise you have spirit cores, transmutations, and skill trees.
Spirit cores can be bought before a run or found after defeating all enemies in an arena obtaining a spirit core will grant you perks such as a chance to strike enemies with lightning or healing upon killing enemies these are per run and will be lost upon death. Transmutations can alter your journey to have certain rooms in it such as a healing fountain. Skill trees are a permanent upgrade that offers some diversity in characters, for example, my character roomie can unlock fire skills and the other character quora can unlock rock-based skills.
Tunche Review: In order to make progress on the skill tree, you will need to use essence is one of three collectibles in-game the second collectible is gold which can be used to purchase upgrades before a run. The third collectible is lore and information on enemies and that’s pretty much all that this game has to offer.
Now for my experience, I have to say I found this game to be pretty decent visually and music-wise it’s excellent and they have really outdone themselves with this aspect of the game. The roguelike features are what you would hope for every run you make progress on your character so you will eventually be able to beat the game boss fights are all well done and offer a unique decent challenge all that aside though the gameplay loop can get quite boring you’re pretty much just button mashing a bunch of enemies in an arena over and over on top of this I did encounter a pretty bad bug where I lost my progress of reaching the next area
Tunche Review: Overall, Tunche is a decent beat-em-up roguelike that may turn some fans of the genre away with its repetitive gameplay. That’s all today and I hope you enjoy this post. If you play this game please share your thoughts in the comment section.