Sword of the Samurai Alternatives

Sword of the Samurai

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Sword of the Samurai is an Adventure-based, Strategy, and Single-player Simulation developed by MicroProse Software and published by Retroism. The game take place in the historical 15 century in Japan where the player can assume the role of a young samurai warrior with a small kingdom… read more
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Sword of the Samurai Alternatives & Similar Games for Nintendo 3DS

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1. Cave Story

Cave Story is an Adventure-based, Platform, Side-Scrolling and Single-player video game developed and published by Studio Pixel. In this competition, the player can take on the control of an on-screen character who is able to kill enemy creatures by using different weapons and navigate on the platform. The gameplay of the game is similar to the other platforming game in which the player cam collect power-ups, weapons and try to reach the end point of level in order to move to the next level. It also allows the player to interact with the non-player character and environment to complete his object. Cave Story provides excellent game mechanics, simple controls, and beautiful graphics details.

More About Sword of the Samurai

Sword of the Samurai is an Adventure-based, Strategy, and Single-player Simulation developed by MicroProse Software and published by Retroism. The game take place in the historical 15 century in Japan where the player can assume the role of a young samurai warrior with a small kingdom. The player can his neighbors vie for land and perform feats to win the favour of his lord and struggling to win the shogunate. It has multiple levels and in each level the player can perform different strategy to progress. Time will be spent managing his kingdom and wandering through the feudal Japan. During the gameplay the player must win each battle by defeating the numbers of enemies to gain honour. Sword of the Samurai feature excellent pixel-art graphics, well-written storyline and beautiful visual details.

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