La-Mulana (Remake) Crack/Patch

La-Mulana (Remake) Will you fall prey to deadly traps or unravel the secrets of LA-MULANA? LA-MULANA is an "Archaeological Ruin Exploration Action Game" in which you search inside ancient ruins, seeking out the "Secret Treasure of Life" - which sleeps in the sprawling ruins of "LA-MULANA" and is said to be the beginning of all civilization. Apart from the plethora of traps lying in wait to stop intruders, there are also monsters on the prowl, protecting the ruins. Head for the innermost depths of the ruins while solving a variety of mysteries, fending off monsters, and disarming traps.

Download La-Mulana (Remake) Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
7.2
Downloads 1169
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
Asterizm Co., Ltd / Nigoro

La-Mulana (Remake) reviews ( 7 )

Ghett0, Nov 29, 2013

A quality game all around. Epic 16 bit music that will make nostalgia Nintendo Generation people rock out to the midi-esque goodness. Easy enough to allow you to learn from your mistakes but hard enough to provide some head-scratching entertainment as you attempt to solve it's many puzzles. Not a game that is hard enough to throw your controller against a wall, but not so easy as to bore you to tears. It's a great little title with an excellent feel, some historical & educational content, and a great concept. It is best summed up as the type of challenging game that makes you want to look up a walkthrough or a FAQ for help, but your inner gamer niggles at you saying "Na, dude. You don't need to do that. Figure it out on your own! You know you can do it." Indiana Jones meets Mega Man with a puzzle-ridden twist. Shades of CastleVania as well. A great buy on a steam sale near you. $3 very well spent.

Jeshua, Aug 7, 2013

This game is hard. This game is very, very hard and this aspect makes for the foundation of La-Mulana. In an era flooded with 'quest arrows' and 'quick time events' this little gem of a platformer manages to defy the trends and pay homage to games long gone, where the player was supposed to plan ahead and explore with his biggest assets: his own memory, intellect and reflexes. If you play (and) rate La-Mulana for what it is, then it's impossible to not give it a perfect score.

Melopahn, Nov 5, 2012

As others have said this game is Hard. Any person who is used to the typical hand holding game of today's age will be unable to handle this game. The puzzle clues are cryptic and the user will have to learn a new culture and language very slowly as they divulge deeper into the depths of the ancient ruins. The difficulty is capable of being made even more brutal through an optional hard mode for the truly masochistic. It has been many years since I played a game as challenging, engaging, and rewarding as this game. Easily my favorite game of this decade.

Omega_, Apr 22, 2015

La-Mulana is an excellent throwback to the MSX games from the mid 1980's. Though the controls may get hard to get used too, the game has a learning curve and physics from the first three Castlevania games made by Konami. The La-Mulana's puzzles are not for the casual-type of gamers and many of those who play the game for the first time may want to save screenshots of rooms and tablets found in the ruins to help you get clues for some of the more obscure puzzles. But, other than that the game is extremely difficult for those not with a mindset of a 'metroidvania' dungeon crawler with physics from the 8-bit era of games. La-Mulana is recommended for those who like a good challenge that pays off in the end

x2495iiii, Jan 23, 2014

One of the best terrible games I've ever played. It's got great artwork, fun (though repetitive and quickly irritating) music, and a nice nostalgic feel to it, but the gampelay is gimped by ridiculously antiquated concepts like infinitely respawning enemies, severe backwards recoil when hit, and worst of all, no mid-air motion. If you fall through a trap door, your controls are locked until you hit the ground. Honestly, I wanted to like this game. It's so charming it's almost difficult not to. But after the millionth time I failed to beat a boss that would have been easy if not for the rocks that fall and knock you back a quarter of the screen, I couldn't deal with it anymore. I wish the game followed its own advice and made me jump in my seat, instead of making me lean forward in my seat to turn it off.

Christos_, Jan 21, 2014

This is not a good game. I bought it because it seems like spelunky and because of its high meta score, but I regret it. Difficult and boring. Not recommended.

Boris, May 17, 2014

This is not the game I was searching for. I've noticed it after only a few seconds of play. Yet I've decided to give it a try; since it seemed interesting and original. First problem I've run into: the controls. They don't just lag; they are DESIGNED to be that way. Second problem I've run into: the game design, the level design, and the gameplay programming is horribad. I have to say that I stopped playing the game before discovering that the tutorial for the game is actually available in the form of a steam store video. If that tutorial had been displayed before the game instead of via a totally unrelated channel, it might have changed my experience drastically. But it wasn't the case. Now I don't want to play it, I just regret having bought it. And I write this for you to not make the same mistake.