Chicken Assassin – Master of Humiliation Review

  • June 27th, 2016
  • OneShark (Publisher and Developer)
  • PC


Chicken Assassin Master Of Humiliation is a clicker game that hides behind trying to be so much more than that.

The game play at heart is a that of a clicker game, as Mean McCallister you go wave after wave through enemies as they come from both sides and all you can do is click either side at your fastest rate to kill everyone. If you can make it to the end you get a boss battle the move on to the next stage. Defeating enemies will allow you to collect souls for upgrading, costumes that boost your stats, or items to aid you in battle. There is a deep difficulty curve to it and to progress through the game does require way too much grinding to level yourself up. You’ll quickly find yourself in a cycle of playing the same level, dying, selling the useless items you have, upgrading, then doing it all over again and again.

Now after a level you can upgrade your character with what you were given during the level or by repeating tapping an item that is in the middle of the screen. You can upgrade your resources section which gives you more chances to collect souls and increases their value while your other section gives your character more health, damage and the usual stuff such as that. I will say that I am not a fan of your soul counter having a cap on it to where once you hit your limit your leftover souls are lost forever especially because there is no indication of how many souls you can have at one time.

The visuals are oddly impressing with a slick oil painting look to them. Musically however the random assortment of sounds and background music made me almost right away mute the game as it quickly became unbearable to want to listen to. I will say this as well that the game boasts many mature jokes and themes that could come across as racist and sexist so players beware.

Overall Chicken Master is less than stellar. For it’s $2 asking price you can squeeze 2-3 hours from it but anything more will quickly become too repetitive. With it’s overly grindy nature and not much substance Chicken Assassin is a game that won’t cater to the masses and unless this is what your looking for isn’t something I’d truly recommend.


Score : 3/10


Digital Review Code Provided Courtesy Of OneShark

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