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8.4* out of 10

One Finger Death Punch

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jdp245, Metacritic
14 March 2014
  • Summary: Definitely the most fun I have ever had with 2 fingers. This game is so simple, and yet can be so challenging. But when you get into that zone, you become like Neo in the Matrix, cutting through hundreds of enemies with the lightest tap of your finger. Money well spent folks.
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GYOME, Metacritic
11 March 2014
  • Summary: This game is a stick-man fighting game that is just awesome to play and is so much fun! Buy it now and you will have a lot of fun. The enemy become harder and harder and there are lots of different challenges that keeps changing the game which makes it interesting. For only $4 this is a must buy!
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MillerDaLite, Metacritic
9 March 2014
  • Summary: The absolute best 4 dollars I have ever spent on steam the 1 to 1 attack style along with the pure spectacle and insane depth within a game of out standing simplicity
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m3kun, Metacritic
8 March 2014
  • Summary: Bought on first sight and loving it! Highly addictive and fast gameplay. Many challenges and unlocks. The first time i played it i couldn't get away from it for at least 2 hours. The simplicity, amount of content, extras and lovely details makes you want to explore everything. A very good highscore game with survival mode, leaderboards and everything else you could expect. You only need two fingers for this game and good reflexes.
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keeblur, Metacritic
8 March 2014
  • Summary: Who would think such a simple concept could be so much damn fun. The game is nonstop action that requires all your attention and keeps perfectionists like me coming back for more. The UI definitely could use some work, such as a restart button for levels, but it can easily be looked passed due to just how much fun the game is.
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Motcritic, Metacritic
7 March 2014
  • Summary: The gameplay is absolutely brilliant, so fun that I only stopped playing when my hand couldn't handle more clicking! This game isn't of course perfect, it could use a much better overall map, maybe configurable game modes. The game has two game modes, survival and a sort of campaign and playing it only requires two buttons, one to attack enemies on the right side, another to attack enemies on the left side, sounds simple right? Well its not!
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sinadoom, Metacritic
7 March 2014
  • Summary: Amazing game. The developers have understood the essence of rhythm games. Pick up and play, but not reptitive. It's satisfying despite the two-button controls, and has passive skills which you can activate just by playing, it even has combos! Different types of enemies too. The better you do, the more satisfying it is and the game rewards you with awesome animations and different weapons. The amount of variety is impressive, and best of all it REQUIRES fluency.
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skydivefh, Metacritic
7 March 2014
  • Summary: This game uses very simple mechanics but executes them extremely well. The result is a fun, unique, and addictive game. Combined with the fact that One Finger Death Punch is dirt cheap, this game is a must-have.
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Glopatronicals, Metacritic
10 February 2014
  • Summary: This game is just brilliant! Very simple, yet very entertaining. But i personally feel it's a but too cheap for what you get out of the game. Other then that, Must Buy, Must Play, Gotta Love.
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Goodshowoldchap, Metacritic
30 October 2013
  • Summary: For one dollar, you really aren't going to get a more entertaining and challenging game. One Finger Death Punch only uses two buttons, attack left and attack right. Gameplay consists of enemies streaming in on either side who must be struck before reaching you, but not before entering your "attack zone".
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