What is 101 Ways To Die about?
In this puzzle-platformer youll play assistant to mad scientist Professor Splattunfuder - a scientist, inventor and weapons manufacturer of questionable sanity. Nearing the end of his career, he devoted himself to a terrible "recipe book" focused on the death and destruction of his enemies, preferably using the most stylish methods possible. An unfortunate laboratory accident resulted in the destruction of the first draft - now its down to you to assist him piece the fragments back together. The evil Professor has grown vats full of helpless creatures known as Splatts that he is using to aid him in a range of awful experiments - which is where you come in. Using all your murderous creativity, a generous helping of weaponry, a passing knowledge of physics and a large dose of violence to the poor helpless Splatts, youll help the Professor rewrite his classic book of recipes, titled... 101 Ways To Die!
Graphically for an indie title very elaborately designed puzzle platformer, which is really a lot of fun. Also, the black humor in the game is great. It takes a little getting used to at first, but once you get the hang of it, the game is very catchy. Also, the environmental physics with chain reactions is really well implemented. For children the game is unfortunately nothing due to its Gore factor, therefore it is also only from 12 years. It's fun killing zombies in a variety of ways. The game was a bit buggy (slowdowns) in between, but that could also be due to my three-year-old notebook. But the developers also seem to be working very actively on the game, which I really always really appreciate. The price could be a little lower in my opinion, but it's still okay. All in all, a nice game for in between. Many thanks to the developers!