King Hunt is a free arcade game which offers a slicing adventure through a fantasy world. The storyline of the game depicts a baker gone evil who runs amuck the world with his baked king servants, each with its own special abilities and ruling territory, they capture the lands and rule in the name of evil. A player starts with his own area, and then advancing from each area to the next his main objective is to defeat the kingmaker’s army and defeat his puppet kings. The game is amazing and addictive. The story gives a watchful will to keep playing again. And who doesn’t like slicing? The game is highly interactive with different levels of gameplay and multiple opponents. Although the story of the game is worth acclaim, it is moreover known for its graphics and design formats. The game display gives a stunning picture quality which makes it more fun to play.
Most would say King Hunt is the modified adaptation to fruit ninja. Most users who played this game were only swayed by its graphics, while defining glitches and momentarily lagging. The game should host mostly slicing to it. The game also promotes lack of instructions as players don’t have much to go on. Some level prove insanely difficult and some insanely easy. Though the basic story holds the players attention, it is not implemented into the game as the players finds it meaningless for more parts. The traditional fruit ninja holds more to perspective. The game was initially praised for it advanced graphic implementation and resourcefulness.
The game seems more repetitive and need to be more sensitive to the some areas. The overall review was 4+ but I found it tedious and somewhat unpolished. The game has a possibility of repair and it holds great capability if it does so.