One Minute (and Fifty-Seven Seconds) Long Micro-Review: KARATE

One Minute (and Fifty-Seven Seconds) Long Micro-Review: KARATE

One Minute (and Fifty-Seven Seconds) Long Micro-Review: KARATE

Indie devs Vlambeer might be best known for last year’s smash hit Super Crate Box, and they’re back again with their latest game, a serious karate sim simply titled KARATE. An apparent product of boredom, KARATE was constructed in just one hour (and fifty-seven minutes), and Vlambeer assures us that they had not done ANY research into their subject matter beforehand.

In the game, you’re one “karateka” against a bajillion, with the objective being to uppercut the enemies as some sort of offering to whatever deity you may or may not worship. Does the game give a firm roundhouse kick to fun’s crotchal region, or is it nothing but a droll bland girly slap to my face? Read on!

YOU PUNCH AND KICK PIXELMEN INTO THE HEAVENS AND GET POINTS FOR IT. FOR FREE.

Verdict: 1000 Eye of the Tigers/10 (Get on it like my fist on yo face!)