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ATONE Heart of the Elder Tree Free Download Unfitgirl ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree begins its tale by introducing you to Thyon. After heartily laughing with his friends, he suddenly finds out that his entire village was slaughtered by a mysterious blue force, with the only survivors being himself and his daughter. After giving his pendant to her, he meets a swift death under a spirit’s blade. And that’s all we hear from Thyon, as from here on out, we shift our focus to Estra. The story’s relatively short, taking heavy inspiration from the aforementioned Norse mythology. You can get through it in about 10 hours. I’ll be sincere here and say that all of the characters in this story, at least when compared to Estra, have absolutely little to no relevance or much to remember, for that matter. In fact, I cannot even remember their names or who they were. Throughout the narrative, you’ll encounter spirits and enemies that Estra will need to defeat in order to progress. But instead of classic action combat, you will play a rhythm game of sorts, where the goal here is to keep a consistent combo. Still, I will admit that while it gives combat its unique flavor, it feels incredibly out of place. And this is because it is not connected to the story in any meaningful way. Furthermore, from time to time, you’ll be faced with a choice that will greatly affect the ending. Furthermore, throughout your journey, you’ll find a lot of different puzzles. Some are really obvious in their answers, while others are not.UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES

ATONE Heart of the Elder Tree Free Download Unfitgirl
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You’re left solely to guess based on the visuals, and in some puzzles, you’re given the option to press a button to get a hint after a while, with the exception of overworld puzzles. Using the hint is completely optional, and you may continue trying to solve it if you so desire. Furthermore, it’s also worth noting that the tips do give you a random penalty, which can range from losing one of your blessings, effectively locking you out of certain hidden areas, or a small monetary loss. Nonetheless, both issues are easily circumvented through a simple reset, which is also kind of required because of how the story ending changes depending on your choices, giving it some sort of replay value. If you don’t like the rhythm portions, the title offers you a Story Mode, which makes these sections incredibly easy to progress, and is way more forgiving. As for the masochists out there, there is also a Hard Mode, which makes it so that all of the rhythm portions utilize four-button beat maps instead of the usual two or three. Still, regardless of your preference, I would say the rhythm portions are okay for the most part, but there were lots of cutscene fragments that felt repetitive, and the way the UI of the notes is laid out makes it sometimes hard to understand certain parts of the beat. It would also be nice to get better feedback as to whether you were too early or too late to hit the notes. Regarding the soundtrack, I loved it, as I’ve always enjoyed synth-styled songs. Still, at times, the songs somewhat fail to match the moods the cutscenes try to convey. And the music occasionally drowns out what is being said, again making subtitles almost necessary. I’m also not a big fan of the blocky art style that they have going here, but that’s a minor critique.

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As for the cutscenes, they’re greatly animated. But even so, when it comes to the voice acting, it is…hard for me to describe it as “good”. Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t bad per se; it’s just that sometimes, the main protagonist speaks in such a soft tone that I seriously wondered if something was up with my volume. These days it feels like every second new game released, indie or otherwise, revolves around Norse mythology. Viking warriors doing what they think their gods want them to, said gods ignoring their own rules to do what they want, Tom Hiddelston running amok with the TVA…okay, maybe not that last one, but the point is there are many ways you can retell a common story and still feel fresh. ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree is one such game featuring the now familiar setting of Midgard, but at its core beats a very different game that juggles a number of different ideas yet doesn’t fumble along the way. Midgard has slipped into darkness, a mysterious illness corrupting the land and poisoning the Elder Tree. Having watched her father die to protect it, Estra now takes up arms to uncover the truth not only about the Elder Tree, but of her family legacy and what it might mean for the rest of Midgard. ATONE plays with a couple of different ideas, combining a traditional adventure with interesting puzzles to solve, a branching narrative path and a rhythm game in place of customary button-mashing combat. Though it may seem like too many ideas thrown in a pot, the team at Wildboy Studios have allowed it to simmer nicely, pulled together with emotional and nicely animated cut-scenes that reminded me of Another World and Flashback in their production.Slaycation Paradise Switch NSP

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Every puzzle is different from the last, from selecting tiles in the correct sequence to matching symbols to a specific pattern. It may sound easy, and some of the earlier ones are a little obvious, but there are some real brain-teasers later in the game that ordinarily would leave you stumped if not for the intelligent (and times sneaky) way the game includes little hints to guide you to the correct answer. Most of the time I found myself pausing for a few brief seconds before it would dawn on me, either through exploring the environment around the puzzle itself or somewhere within the world outside. You will have to be careful with a handful of them, as failing may lock you out for a bonus chest or something extra special, but for the most part I found them deceptively clever. On the flip-side, each combat sequence has you playing a good old game of Guitar Hero, and while that not be as challenging compared to the aforementioned puzzles, it will certainly test your timing. Just like every other rhythm game, you must press the required buttons in time with the prompts as they slide down the screen. On a Switch, the default input is the usual face buttons and the left stick, but I quickly switch from the stick to the d-pad buttons instead and found them far better to time each press to. There are a decent number of these events, mostly tied to important events in Estra’s journey, with the action playing out in the background reacting to how well you may (or may not) be doing. There’s some useful inventory items that will help you out, such as bread to regain health, and they will absolutely come in handy if you struggle to find your rhythm.


However, a more useful option is the ability to skip them entirely if you so desire which the dev team included as an accessibility option. So if you want to focus more on the story and in turn listen to the impressive score without the stress of tapping buttons to the tune, you can absolutely do that (or you can crank up the difficulty if you feel so inclined, but that was a little too much for me). Once you hit the end credits, which sadly won’t take too long, you’ll be greeted with a result screen that identifies the path you followed. Every decision you make could have a positive or negative outcome along Estra’s path to the Elder Tree, and if you do want to complete every possible scenario it will take a few playthroughs to do so, meaning what originally was a short experience evolves into something a little meatier. I would have loved more, however, especially along the narrative front where the enjoyable, natural sound of the voice cast have been kept to cut-scenes only, which is a shame. There are a few hidden collectibles and side stories you can discover off the beaten path too, but what I wouldn’t give to have a bigger overall journey to take. I’m not talking a bolder tale like God of War, just a little extra time to really get to know the cast of characters. It really does fly by so fast. I really enjoyed my time with ATONE: Heart of the Elder Tree, even though I desperately wanted more meat on its bones. It’s wonderfully presented, with every mechanic cleverly produced to avoid the frustrations and pitfalls that can often hinder such ideas. Combined with some impressive visuals and a pleasing audio score, ATONE is an emotional journey with a splash of originality that I can happily recommend and, if you’re as big of a Norse mythology lover as I am, there’s plenty of lore here to appreciate.Turrican Anthology Vol. I Switch

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Atone is heavily influenced by Norse mythology and is rooted in a number of powerful themes. The burden of grief, the pain of betrayal, the impact of loss; Despite the tale being a relatively short one, it follows the template of Aspire and Arise by channelling dark and difficult topics to create an emotional backdrop that carries the narrative. The heavy tone is set from the off. Our hero, Estra, is now grownafter a past tragedy afflicted her home and claimed the life of her father. Bound by a necklace flowing with magical energy passed down from her father, Estra must travel Midgard to reach the Elder Tree and restore balance to the land’s energy. A curse named the Blue Vein is spreading, corrupting people’s minds and spreading violence where it flows. Using the backdrop of its Norse inspiration, Atone intertwines the fallacy of God’s like Odin and Freya with the exploration of the nature of humans and the conflicts that result. For the most part, the story is elegantly handled. The emotional moments carried weight and felt impactful, the machinations of the Gods and their inherent flaws felt well realised and Estra is a character we connect to through her blunt refusal of the life inflicted upon her. There’s just enough levity thrown in, like through your talking frog companion Yri, to prevent things getting too overbearing. Estra’s journey is self-contained and satisfying as a result, with a delicate mix of tough material overlaid with heart, hope and humour. Despite all the legendary names I came across, it was Estra and Yri I felt most invested in, which is a testament to the writing, even if the voiced dialogue is inconsistent.


Estra’s journey to begrudgingly save the land and her people is restricted to Midgard. Consisting of 5 main areas or levels, Atone is a tight affair, if a bit lacking in terms of level variety. The game utilises a top-down view where much of your time is spent guiding Estra through these short but semi-open spaces. Along the way, you can interact with the locals, including the sinister snake who’ll challenge you at every turn and a nefarious stranger who’ll test your riddle solving capacity, amongst others. Almost every pathway for progress involves a puzzle, some of which are short and tepidly easy and a couple of which had me stumped for longer than I’d care to admit. Aside from the rhythm based combat, exploration and puzzles are the bulk of the experience. There’s a pretty good variety of brain-teasers here, spanning moving tiles to complete jigsaws to time or move-limited counting tokens corresponding to shapes. Some are genuinely great while the easier ones do border on the “what’s the point here really?” side, but the creativity and endeavour for variety largely work well. Atone also has a litany of hidden paths you can uncover, Norse statues to find and chests to open. Statues, NPC and combat encounters all provide tokens for your Odal. Foresight will allow you hints for puzzles, Protection aid in combat and Chaos help if you happen to fail a sequence and need a retry. It’s an effective way of making exploration a boon to gameplay. Currency earned from chests can be traded with a merchant for health upgrades and a couple of other goodies, which is nice.

Estra’s navigation is never particularly challenging but the occasional riddle, puzzle or NPC interaction you find off the beaten path can be rewarding. It’s an accessible approach that even if it is lacking an extra bit of depth, I still enjoyed the basic structure. I mentioned the rhythm based combat before so let’s break down what that actually means in gameplay. Combat isn’t really the main draw of Atone, owing to the fact that through a handful of contextual choices, you can skip stories encounters and entirely miss optional side battles. Which is a shame, because the rhythm-based system is really fun. If you imagine a Guitar Hero track but with a beautifully rendered and animated Nordic battle sequence going on in the background, you’ll be on the right lines. Atone has 3 difficulties: story, which has no button inputs required. Normal, which uses down on the directional arrows and B on two separate tracks. Then hard, which uses Left and Down, B and A across 4 tracks. During an encounter, you need to hit the input at the same time as the glowing white shape. Miss too many in a row and you’ll witness Estra take a hit, depleting her health. Hit more notes than you miss or keep up a good sequence, Estra will gracefully smash her opponent with her trusty axe. There’s no deep complexity or any other factors to be conscious of, just hit the notes. I started on Hard, and quickly had to drop due to the sheer numbers of notes I was missing when frantically smashing the buttons. I must have looked like Hulk trying to thread a needle, honestly.

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What Atone lacks in depth, the combat system makes up for with sheer ferocity and speed. Which isn’t a complaint, as the flow of the system works superbly. The input window is relatively forgiving, the notes are synced perfectly with the music and there’s a great balance between having nimble dexterity and forgiving leeway to ensure you don’t fail from a handle of misses. It’s a rewarding system and while the story only has a couple dozen fights, an arena mode opens up post-completion that allows you to hit high scores and enjoy the system to your heart’s content. All-Father be praised. As with almost all Untold Tales’ published games, the standout element of Atone is the visuals and musical score. Wildboy Studios drew a lot of inspiration from Genndy Tartakovsky (of Samurai Jack and Clone Wars fame) to produce the animations and environments and the talent on display demonstrates this superbly. While relatively minimalist in terms of detail and pixel count, Atone makes excellent use of vibrant texturing and shades of colour to add depth to the spaces of Midgard. Venturing through a dimly lit cave network, ascending the snowy climbs of the mountain range or loping around a quaint village all feel immersive thanks to the brilliant art style. Being a rhythm game further means having to nail the sound for a rewarding experience and Wildboy Studios have delivered here too. Many of the tracks in combat have an energetic base to them, both making the music an ear-worm as well as easy to mash the buttons in-sync to. It’s a deft balance to achieve and I found myself sometimes not even needing to see the notes to know when to hit them. KURSK Switch NSP

Add-ons (DLC): ATONE Heart of the Elder Tree

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7+ (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i3 3217U 1.8 GHZ Dual Core
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GT 730M / Radeon R7 M270
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 4 GB available space

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