From the makers of many games featuring zombies and the creators of Charlie Murder comes a crazy game. Time Viking and Space Raptor is an endless horde style gaming experience. With waves of crazy chaos featuring various enemies and backgrounds with music cranked to max volume.


Gameplay/CO-OP: Gameplay is basically a rush to survive as long as possible. There are a variety of different enemies to face from space ninja robots, Cuban missiles, to even Cats with lazer beam eyes. Each level you progress to gains you a life and changes the music, background, and other various things. Player one plays as Time Viking and Player two as Space Raptor. Both are basically the same as you use the left stick to move and right stick to use the lighting bolt attack that changes based on what power ups you obtain.


Art Style and Music: The art style is similar to Charlie Murder but not as much detail on faces like Time Vikings for example. A lot of flashing lights and moving pixel images are featured throughout the game. Music ranges from death metal songs about Time Viking to some type of dubstep, emo pop or an odd combination like that. But it really does fit and drive those sections to make them more entertaining.

Replay Ability:  High

Final Verdict: Though it is basically a mobile game you would play for a few minutes on your phone that is instead on a console, it is still fairly fun. Very easy replay ability and even more fun when you have a friend to cause chaos with.  The $0.99 price tag makes a purchase a no brainer. Time Viking and Space Raptor get a 8 out of 10.

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Overall Score: 8/10

RGN Rating: Silver Game

Developers: SKA Studios

Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

Available On: Xbox 360

Review Copy Info- A digital copy of the game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the developer for the purpose of this review.

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Tristan Werbe on 20140106 and was last modified on 20140106 .