This game is rated PEGI 12
Our review includes potentially triggering words:
Ignore All Content Warnings
Posted: 15 months ago, last updated 3 months ago.
You explore a dark forest, underground caverns and a grand castle, fighting off enemies who turn to stone once defeated. You can then release them from their curse and recruit them as an ally, giving access to their attacks, weapons and powers.
Each weapon has limited life or number of uses, adding another layer of strategy to the combat. Boss battles are fast paced as you attempt to evade and dash away from harmful attacks, as well as using melee, ranged, magic, and other attacks.
The game is visually pleasing with a unique art style of layered backgrounds and detailed scenery adding depth to the 2D game. Along with complex combat movements that open up to a large range of combos to have the advantage in a close battle.
The game map can be viewed and it shows you if a room has secrets to find or if you've found everything. This means you know where to go to hunt down items.
While there are no difficulty settings and some areas of the game are quite difficult, requiring multiple fast button presses and good timing, if you die, you get sent back to your last save point and don't lose any items. You can fast travel to any of these save points to ease navigation.
On PC, you use the keyboard to play, but to navigate through menus and interfaces, you use the mouse.
Much of the game is quite dark (apart from your character), which can make some enemies and objects difficult to make out from the background.
Some of the text in the game is quite small, although it is all of high contrast with the background thanks to a black outline or a dark backdrop.
Our experts have hand-picked the following similar games. These are similar to Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights in how they play or their theme. These are good alternative games to Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights, or are a younger rated alternative for players not ready for PEGI 12 or ESRB TEEN games.