|Giant mutant green blooded bears reek havoc on the planet. Take that global warming.|
It's the kind of game that doesn't take itself seriously, what with a giant 6-limbed space bear acting as a demigod over a time period mismash of technology and fantasy. There are few games that boast robots with cyclopian monsters, barbarians with pixies, and zombies with La-Z-Boy Gnomes. Say nothing of the inventory system that allows you to customize your characters with your generic swords, to bowling balls, to trophies, to machine guns, to yogurt cannons.
|Balloon-floating-giraffe-riding-uzi-wielding guy? Sure|
|"Oops...butterfingers!" I hope nobody important was in there|
|You are never too old for this humor|
|Hex based maps, this should be made into a board game|
|Lots of experience and no death. Impressive|
In town you can also go to the marketplace to specifically buy certain items that show up each day, and even certain characters with maybe a name you really like. There is an option to play different music in town, as well as an insane mode that makes the unfair matches even more ludicrous. You can buy nets for capturing, campfires to heal your party when your out in the wild, and grab quests off the bounty board, and of course customize and play with your team.
|Mama Troll doesn't like it when you stab her babies|
In my next article I will be posting what improvements I would like to see in Pit People, and some of my suggestions on how to make it better. Until then, keep up the good job Behemoth and thank you all for reading. Happy gaming!