My Five Favorite Game Characters
JC talks about five of his favorite game characters on apps.
2. Muffin Knight
3. Monster Shooter
4. Crazy Knight
What does it take to have a distinguishable character? Is it an awesome weapon? Is it the mystifying physique or mysterious psyche? Can it be correlated to just the character’s smile? These 5 game characters were designed to be distinct. They differ in the way that they are different. They are unique in different aspects and the only thing similar about all 5 of them is that they aren’t like any other. Although, you might say that they all have kick ass games.
The little black blob of ink has the most charming smile. The game is also the most simple. Move blot up and down by pressing anywhere in the screen. Collect coins and various power-ups. The coins can be used to buy blot some costumes. Why do I think he is distinct? Well, he has neither a mind to think nor any form of complexity. He is just simply simple in everything he does. DAT SMILE
His story is pretty humorous. He was just a simple boy who discovered a basket of muffins. He reached for one of them and they flew away. The owner of the magic muffins was an old fairy who turned him into a crossbow wielding knight. He must search for the pastries as consequence for losing them and he also has to fight off the evil forces that desire the magic held within them. He is definitely distinct. Where else can you find a crossbow wielding knight who searches for muffins? With just that he already wins it, but then add the humor and he is already on a different level. The game runs fast and multiplayer option is available.
This dude is a toughie. He guns down aliens to save his precious pet, a white kitty with a gray patch on one eye. He is not like any other “bad-ass” because of his motivation. He wants to save his fuzzy cat. His game is a dual stick shooter. Kill aliens, collect coins and use them to buy weapons so that you can kill more aliens. His essence: a gun toting rock hard kitty lover.
ANOTHER badass? That doesn’t seem so distinct. Well, I say this guy is different. Crazy knight isn’t like monster shooter because of his physique. He is a pip squeak. His size and skill gets you believing in the old saying: “It’s not the size; it’s the size of your axe.” He jumps into frays with an intensity that isn’t typical of someone his size. He is basically a one man army compressed in a body that is half of one man.
Samurai isn’t the stereotypical hero. His motivation is to save his empress. Samurai is a guy who wants to save a girl, nothing unique about that right? He defeats enemies with his bow and sword. Again, there is nothing unique about that. The unique character comes from this: the way he eradicates zombies is to call on other people to help him. Farmers, other samurai, archers, healers and heroes aid him in keeping the protecting the sacred gate that holds his empress’ spirit. This guy realizes that he cannot hold the fort down on his own, that’s why he asks for the help of others. He is that kind of manly weak guy, which is really manly in a leadership way. He isn’t as buff as the panzer samurai you call on to take hits. He isn’t as strong as Nobunaga or Takeda Shingen. He can’t do what the healer, swordsmith and rifleman can do. Even the farmers are stronger than him at some point. This makes him very human in the sense that he is pretty fragile. Not sold yet? He has a pachinko bonus mini-game.
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