Pit People Crack/Patch

Pit People In this fast-paced, turn-based, co-op adventure you'll quest and explore, find awesome loot, customize your fighters, and recruit strange species. Come master your destiny in this strategic game of positioning.

Download Pit People Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
8.3
Downloads 751
Genre Action, General, Strategy, Turn-Based, Tactics
Company / Developer
The Behemoth / The Behemoth

Pit People reviews ( 2 )

SugarHBear, Mar 23, 2018

My 7 year old son and I love this game. It's great to play couch co-op battles. If you are OK with cartoon violence and assertions e.g. "My big butt makes big poops," this is a great family game and a good introduction to turn-based strategy and tactics. The coolest hook of this game is that at the end of most matches you can recruit the final remaining enemy to join your team for future battles. I like the easy-ish difficulty -- there is an "insane mode" for those who want a challenge.

MAFIAxMaverick, Mar 6, 2018

I'm having a blast with Pit People so far. I was a huge fan of Castle Crashers back when I was in high school, so to see the art style of The Behemoth return was a treat. The game had me laughing within seconds of it's opening cinematic sequence. The humor isn't for everyone. But I enjoy it. The soundtrack is awesome. My biggest gripes are that there's not much of a tutorial in this game, which I think is important for the tactics style gameplay we've got. You have to get a feel for your new party members by playing them, which isn't a bad thing. But after the first few party members you get via the story, you don't get told how new ones operate. Which is a bit frustrating. I do like how you don't have complete control over your characters in regards to who they attack. It adds a bit of chaos that I really enjoy. There's a lot going on at the screen at any given moment, which can be kind of an eye sore, but sometimes it looks really awesome too. The various menus are a pain to deal with and there wasn't really a tutorial for how different items work. it took me a while to figure out that a lot of items are the exact same statistically, with the only differences being the cosmetic changes. It was an "oh duh" moment when I figured it out, but it would have been nice to know that without having to search around for the answer. Overall, this game is a blast and I highly recommend it if you're a fan of The Behemoth or like the tactics style game with some chaos thrown in there. Haven't tried multiplayer yet.