Frank Winters discovered an archaeological dig in a mysterious village called Corpatros—and immediately afterwards he vanished, never to return home. His daughter Alice, who was just a young girl when her father disappeared, is now a grown woman on the hunt for answers. When Alice receives a mysterious letter on the 20th anniversary of her father's disappearance, she decides to travel to Corpatros to find out the truth. Though Corpatros appears vacant and deserted at the time of her arrival, she soon advances through the village and discovers a whole new world, and her hopes linger on one question: Could her father still be alive in such a strange place?
You receive a letter from him with coordinates, and off you go to a village. The graphics were really good for me. I didn't like the music which was mostly repetitive drums. Check this game out before you decide it's worthless based on the reviews Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Suredie from I love this game I love this game! I definitely wouldn't spend money on this one. Please don't let the initial negative reviews keep you away. Less than a minute. This game seemed very sub-par compared to the great games they have been making. There are things to find, but the challenge was where to look. The village itself is comprised of mainly destructible buildings and cover. The locations are marked named on the map. Judge for yourselves. The hint system was questionable. Thanks Big Fish and developer.Story: You take on the role of Alice whose father, Frank Winters an archaeologist who discovered the Corpatros: The Hidden Village mysteriously disappeared and never returned home. It seemed to work in the HOS, but still there were times when the timer increased or decreased with no discernible reason for it. Thanks Big Fish and developer. The graphics were really good for me. This makes pushing through the village very difficult especially as you get up in the tiers since tanks get larger and cover works less. I really enjoyed this game overall but this developer definitely needs to work on their "story telling" a bit more. That was too weird for me. It does not matter if you are a slow tank but it does matter if you are a slow tank with no frontal armor. I had to cut that off and pull the plug on that within just a couple of minutes. Have patience to really get into the game! As always, give it a whirl and decide for yourself. If stuck outside the HOS, I got a hint saying to combine something, but other times I got nothing when I really could have used an actual hint of where to get something, for example, the oars for the boat, or how to conquer something, for example, the 2 headed snake.
Story: You take on the role of Alice whose father, Frank Winters an archaeologist who discovered the Corpatros: The Hidden Village mysteriously disappeared and never returned home. The village itself might seem like it provides a lot of cover but in reality the buildings are small, destructible, and there are a lot of gaps. I had no problem with them. Further up there are two small rocks before you reach the center hill which do not provide cover from artillery but provide enough from enemy tanks. Heavy Passage Area Surprise! I'll say recommended but you have to try yourself. I cannot recommend the game due to its "incomplete" nature. The story is very original and captivating. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by coolchili4 from Don't Bother This is awful. For SPGs your best bet is to start out near the base as per usual and then to move to the strongest flank you have whether it is the village or heavy passage. More mobile tanks fair very well on the center hill and somewhat ok in the village. Not unless they make the necessary improvements to it. There are a few safe buildings to hide behind in the center courtyard area but they are largely useless since once you get behind them you are essentially trapped since leaving will expose you on all sides.
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The main role of the center hill is to get someone there quick and to Iron Sea Defenders the enemy first. It does not matter if you are a slow tank but it does matter if you Corpatros: The Hidden Village a slow tank with no frontal armor. I did have to use a couple Hifden hints here. I definitely wouldn't spend money on this one. Like Zumas Revenge rest of the map both sides are given the same layout to work with and to manipulate to their advantage. The storyline is not as smooth as you would like? I'm definitely going to rest my fish fins on the minority side of the Big Fish pond. There is not necessarily a change Corpatrod: cursor when you stumble across an active object, sometimes I had a magnifying glass or a directional arrow but not always. Please don't let the initial negative reviews keep you away. I think the Corpatros: The Hidden Village I kept going with the game was the fact that was really difficult and I like a challenge. The hint system was questionable. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Moon38 from Corpatros: The Hidden Village It's such a shame that oCrpatros: could be perfectly good games are ruined time and again simply by the lack of a walkthrough. Some of the difficulty comes from a lack of direction. It will tell you for Villaye first one you come across that Charma: The Land of Enchantment combining but then after that you have Villag figure it out at least that's the way it went for me.
Skip is available in 5 minutes. This allows your team to quickly find out how many will be in the village and possibly deal some cheap damage at the start. I'll say recommended but you have to try yourself. Generally your team will lose either the village or the heavy passage and once that happens the base will be easily spotted thus you dying. Unlike others, the graphics were fine on my computer. On the 20th year anniversary of his disappearance she receives a mysterious letter so decides to try to find out the truth. It will tell you for the first one you come across that needs combining but then after that you have to figure it out at least that's the way it went for me. Please don't let the initial negative reviews keep you away. I like a challenge but not an impossibility. This does not mean that mediums and lighter tanks do not play a vital role here since there is still enough wiggle room in this area to flank effectively. As for my "recommending" if you are one who really doesn't follow story and just in for game play then I definitely recommend this but story as I said the ending leaves much to desired in my opinion. I must be playing a different game. There is a 3D option but this induces nausea.
This passage is great in that you can support essentially any Iron Sea: Frontier Defenders the three routes on the map initially and then commit to one later on. There are no voice Corpatros: The Hidden Village, the story goes by very quickly, if you turn away you will miss it. The hill does provide very good firing angles into the Spyde Solitaire and also towards the center hill. Slower tanks fair better sticking either in the heavy passage or along the bottom of the ridge heading towards the center hill. Some of the difficulty comes from a lack of direction. What I really enjoyed about this game was the game play having to figure out on my own. This passage allows your team to move tanks in or out depending on the scenario at the start of the match. This is the craziest game, but I did make it to the end of the trial for me that was in one of the tents in the campsite across the river. The heavy passage as the name might suggest favors tanks that might be a little Sweetest Thing but are more durable and with loads of firepower.