Gamers can now put their master thievery skill to the test with King of Thieves. King of Thieves is a side scrolling game where the player must get to the end of the level to steal some treasure. The game itself is not overly complex. While playing the through each level the gamer must avoid various obstacle. The obstacles in question are rotating razor blades, cannons, and weird looking monsters that act as guard dogs. Each level is rated on a three star system, three stars being the best while one star being the worst. How the stars per level are determined is each time the player runs into a obstacle they lose a little bit of a gage. On the gage are the stars. King of Thieves also has a online mode. The online mode consists of players going to other player bases, and raiding each other player’s treasure chest. The game promotes this online mode a lot. There are a bunch of mini tutorials, and little features that the developers really want to players to use. Overall King of Thieves is a solid side screen plate former with some decent online features.
The second game on this weeks list is another plate former, but instead of thieving the player is completing puzzles. The first aspect of together that gamers will notice is the picture book graphics. Together is a visual stunning game that all type of gamers will appreciate. How the game is played, is the player must control two characters simultaneous. The player must guide the characters to a end plate form. This adds a new depth to plate formers. It makes the game difficult but interesting. Each level is riddled with various obstacles ranging from spikey pits to never ending holes. While playing through the level the player must collect heart shards.Each level there is three heart shards. These heart shards help determine the players score at the end of the level. Overall Together is a great, and refreshing take on plate forming puzzle games. This game will be great for anyone who is on the run, or has time to allocate.