張貼於：04 月 29 日
Conditional recommendation, see below for why.
Cargo Commander is a simple game where you play as a character who's trying to recover space junk. You are armed with a mechanical arm that has a drill, nailgun, and other things can be installed into it. It can also be used to flail away at enemies or containers. The idea is that you live in a recovery module that can become a giant magnet to attract other modules. Those modules contain spare parts and other goodies that you collect. To enter those other modules requires a quick jump through airless space. These modules are attracted in random numbers and you have a limited timeframe to search them before a wormhole destroys all the freefloating modules. These modules can also contain aliens that will whittle away your health and distract you. You can also use up your limited ammo attacking them. You need to balance your time by figuring out the quickest way to collect things before you find yourself flailing in space while the modules you were in become destroyed. All in all the gameplay is quick, light, and fun.
My only gripe is that this game seems like it would be a good fit for kids, but if you tap a key/button (it has full controller support) too many times or hit a certain key, your character suddenly starts spouting profanities (which are also flashed around your character). While it could be funny if that's your slant, it otherwise feels out of place, and a cry to try to get a certain demographic to play the game. I think the gameplay could stand on it's own without the strange humor, but I think it could potentially limit younger audiences, and polite society, from playing it. I give this game a conditional recommendation based on that premise.