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Features :<br>- 12 different weapons!<br>- 10 crazy characters!<br>- Near 50 power-ups and upgrades to unlock!<br><br>Anark.io is a twin stick shooter taking place in the 80's. Fight the Insectoïds invasion and defend the bar you took shelter in, but be careful, there are other hunters as well and they want your wallet!<br><br>Use every weapon and power-up you can find, gather as much gold as you can and don't forget to make your deposit so save it for the next game!<br><br>With your earnings you'll be able to unlock new weapons, upgrades and power-ups and become even stronger!
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Anark.io is a bit of a surprise for me. I typically don't invest much into niche .io games as it's usually very apparent that they're less multiplayer games and more like glorified bot matches with over simplistic gameplay and mandatory always-online-DRM. Anark stands out, however, by mixing in PVE elements alongside the usual PVP stuff and even shakes things up with progression. Anark.io is a twin-stick shooter with the core gimmick being money. You get money by killing jobbers, breaking boxes, and killing opponents of course. This is all not without risk, however, as dying without depositing money in the bank will ensure that you lose whatever you're carrying forever. As if the stakes weren't high enough, only a limited amount of money can be put into the bank before it closes and reopens in another location. To aid you, you will slowly unlock a variety of weapons and power ups, which is where this game's progression comes in. The progression revolves around a lootbox system which might be P2W. The good news is that it's very easy to consistently get enough gold to open 3 loot boxes per match (or two)... the bad news, however, is that unlocking or upgrading everything else is either reliant on RNG or being bought with premium currency only obtainable piecemeal from lootboxes or paying. Weapon unlocking is not that bad due to having a good variety that drop and are equally balanced. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for power-ups which can be leveled up as well as being unlocked, giving an unfair invisible advantage to players with better power ups. Thankfully, Anark.io is playable offline, so it's possible to circumvent some of the games more unfair aspects. Regardless, there is definitely something fun here, as long as you don't go into this expecting a chaotic multiplayer fun fest, but rather temper your expectations for a solid twin-stick shooter with a grind.
I didn’t play the game because I didn’t like the controls. Too sluggish feeling. iDracula, a similar game, had good controls. The developers should try to tweak the controls to make them more responsive and less laggy feeling. Make it feel like a high quality mouse feels with the DPI turned up real high.
You guys should make more upgrades because I got this game for a day and I finish the game that easy
Looks very good! but no MFI controller compatibility. :(
Developed by Pinpin Team.
Anark.io is ranking in Games & Action & Casual
Last update was at Apr 03, 2018and the current version is 1.0.1.
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Anark.io have a 13a user reviews.
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