Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is a Top down adventure video game developed by WayForward Technologies.
WORKING GAME – VPK FORMAT – ADVENTURE GAME – PSVITA RELEASE
|Game Genre:||Action, Adventure|
|Game Size:||180 MB|
|Release Date:||November 18, 2014|
|Developed By:||WayForward Technologies|
|Published By:||Little Orbit, LLC|
|Game Mode:||Single Player|
- Works using the HENkaku exploit and Vitashell 0.7
- Blackfin not needed
- Must be on vita firmware 3.60
Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is a Legend of Zelda clone, through and through. Its overhead perspective, sword-swinging combat, multi-floored dungeons, and item-based progression go beyond simply hinting at the game’s roots; they beat you over the head with them. It’s far from inventive, but being a clone doesn’t necessarily sap a game of its merit. The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is a well-executed replica of a formula that isn’t seen all that often outside of Hyrule, and while a persistent lack of direction leads to frustrations, Adventure Time still stands above the heap of insipid licensed games so often rushed out the door.
It might not be as grandiose as A Link to the Past or The Minish Cap, but the Secret of the Nameless Kingdom provides a similarly satisfying experience on a smaller scale. Three temples are located at opposite ends of the overworld, each housing locked rooms, new items that let you progress to different locations, and a final boss that’s more of a puzzle than a test of combat proficiency. You’re often asked to make use of whatever fresh ability you come across– whether it be a glove that lets you push heavy objects or a fire spell you shoot across the screen–eliminate your target and save a princess being held in captivity.