Two-dimensional arcade game with elements of roguelike, belonging to the genre of so-called endless runners. Her action takes place in the future, in which huge dragons invaded Earth, forcing people to escape into space.
EarthNight Cracked is a two-dimensional arcade game, classified in the so-called endless runners. The American independent studio Cleaversoft, founded in 2008 by Rich Siegel - a passionate who was not previously associated with the gaming industry - was responsible for its creation, who managed to attract very talented young artists to his team.
The game takes place in an undefined dark future, in which huge cosmic dragons invaded Earth and took over the planet. Fearful of life, the human population found temporary shelter on space ships drifting in space. Two game heroes live there as well: the unemployed photographer Stanley and a 14-year-old student named Sydney. By not agreeing to this state of affairs, they decide to use their courage and unusual skills to literally "jump" to the native planet and deal with the reptiles occupying it, killing as many reptiles as possible.
The game is a typical, arcade runner, in which the character automatically moves to the right of the screen, and the player's role is limited to performing special actions, such as jumping or blows. While playing, we can control one of the two characters mentioned. They differ in appearance and control scheme, dedicated to beginners or more experienced players. The game controls are limited to two buttons and although it is easy to learn, mastering it - necessary to defeat the final boss, will require a lot of determination. Most of the time will be filled with dynamic platform sequences, shown in 2D and taking place both in diverse organic scenery and on the backs of giant dragons. In the game, however, we will also meet much calmer stages, shown in a third-person perspective, in which, while performing skydiving, we will focus on avoiding obstacles.
EarthNight Download Free is encouraged repeatedly not only by the elements of roguelike games introduced by the authors, but also by beautiful, hand-drawn graphics by Paul Davey, who began his career as Mattahan on the popular deviantART website. The sound layer of the game was taken care of by the nickname Chipocrite Paul Weinstein, a valued creator of chiptune music, created using the age-old Nintendo Game Boy console.