Severed

Severed for Pc

Written by DrinkBox Studios




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Download and install Severed on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the Severed app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Severed in the search bar and press Search. Click on Severedapplication icon. A window of Severed on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use Severed for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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$6.99 On iTunes
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Thank you for reading this tutorial. Have a nice day!


Severed Software Features and Description

** Winner of Apple Design Award 2017 ** ** Apple iPad Game of the Year 2016 ** Take control of a one-armed warrior named Sasha, wielding a living sword on her journey through a nightmare world in search of her family. ----- ACCOLADES ----- • "Apple Design Award 2017", Apple • "iPad Game of the Year 2016", Apple • "Best Mobile Game of 2016", Destructoid • "Best Mobile Game + Best Musical Score", Canadian Video Game Awards 2016 • "Battery Park Award for Best Handheld Game", 2017 New York Game Awards • "Handheld Game of the Year -- Nominee", 20th Annual D.I.C.E. Awards • "Mobile Game of the Year -- Nominee", 2017 SXSW Gaming Awards • "Best Mobile Game -- Nominee", The Game Awards 2016 • "5 best mobile games of 2016", GameSpot • "Best Mobile Game of 2016 -- Nominee", IGN • "10 best video games of 2016", Mashable "Severed is a super compelling game that looks great. Its mechanics go to surprising depths and the sword-swiping combat feels fantastic on iOS." 5/5 - 148Apps "With great game mechanics, unique artwork and tough to master gameplay, Severed is well worthy of your time." 8/10 - Post Arcade "Severed is just a game that's all-around cool. Its aesthetic is top-notch, its combat is deep and engaging." 5/5 - TouchArcade ----- KEY FEATURES ----- • Dungeon Combat: Master offensive and defensive touch combat techniques to survive intense battles against a menagerie of enemies. • Severing: Best enemies in combat for a chance at severing their body parts -- then wear them to gain new powers or consume them to upgrade your equipment and abilities. • Exploration: Follow branching routes through the unknown, using your wits to avoid hazards and solve puzzles. • Award-Winning Soundtrack: Immerse yourself in the haunting original score from Juno- and Polaris-nominated band YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN, featuring Pantayo. Also includes: • Graphical optimizations for Metal-enabled devices • Gameplay video recording with ReplayKit (requires Metal-enabled device running iOS 9+) • Multiple difficulty modes • Game Center Achievements • Cloud Save • iMessage Sticker Pack (requires iOS 10) • 3D Touch support (3D Touch-enabled device required)



Top Reviews

  • Most amazing thing I have ever played...ever.

    by sassytrash
    Severed is hands down the best game I have ever played on any gaming platform, BY A LONG SHOT! I feel like anything I say about it won't even begin to describe how awesome and entertaining it was... it was graphically and artistically BEAUTIFUL, dramatic, PLENTY of game time, exciting, really sad surprisingly, INCREDIBLY challenging but not frustratingly maddening to the point of wanting to give up (the struggles throughout the game actually made me want more!) This is probably the one and only game I will actually keep on my device after finishing to play over and over. I absolutely loved it. Not one thing I didn't like, except maybe that my fingers are sore from swiping my screen like a crazy person haha BRAVO DEVS!!!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 bravo, seriously, I could kiss you! Finally, a game that left me totally fulfilled at the end. Now I'm crossing my fingers for a sequel!!!
  • Fun at first but combat turns annoying

    by fnoslsnskalaka
    I love the story, art style, characters, and combat system of Severed. My only complaint whatsoever is that around midgame the combat takes a turn for the worse in that it expects you to rapidly take on new concepts and use them against many enemies before you’ve gotten the hang of using it against even one. Perhaps this is different if you pick to play the casual difficulty instead of standard, but I’d think it speaks for itself when someone can play through the first third ~ half of the game relying on timing and strategy, but within a brief 30 minute window find they can no longer continue because they haven’t been given a chance to even attempt a certain type of parry before being thrown into a 3+ monster battle where they’re expected to use it flawlessly or die trying. It’s repetetive and annoying, and it just discourages the idea of opening the app back up. You get to this point and stop entirely because the thought of opening the app fills you with boredom and grief knowing what you’ll be thrown back to. This absurd learning curve ruins the player’s ability to enjoy the game, and basically begs you to delete it.
  • Good, not great

    by tralby
    For the first half the inspired severing mechanic and great atmosphere made this seem like an all-timer, but towards the end the game unfortunately substitutes bleakness for depth in the story and tedium for challenge in the gameplay. Exploration is largely a chore, with very few puzzles to speak of, more just endless trudging from corridor to corridor looking for keys and switches. Others have commented on the combat relying too heavily on buffs and quantity of enemies - you’ll be rolling your eyes when you hit your tenth consecutive battle with four otherwise weak enemies holding magic defense. These overlong encounters kill any sense of momentum going into the final battle. As for the story, after a shocking twist around the midpoint there’s nowhere really left to go, probably could have been better paced. Despite the gripes this is still very much worth picking up, it’s important to support indie developers bringing high quality premium games to the App Store and the game contains several memorable moments and plenty of fun. Just adjust your expectations a bit if you’re planning to trudge through to the end.
  • A pretty cool game.

    by Globin347
    I wouldn’t call this game a revolutionary work of art, but it’s environment, story, and monster design provide a fascinating experience difficult to replicate. The environment leaves you wondering where on earth you are, and what on earth happened here. And to top if off, there’s the mystery of where your family has gotten off to; the combines mystery should be enough to keep you playing. The combat isn’t complicated, but it’s not easy, either. Combat in this game is about time management; you’ll face a number of monsters at once, and you’ll have to do as much damage as you can while blocking their attacks. However, you’ll have to be careful not to kill any of them until your focus meter fills up, or you’ll loose out on valuable parts. It’s not expensive, and I suggest you pick it up when you have the chance. You won’t regret it; even if you decide you don’t like the game, you won’t have lost a great deal of money.
  • Me

    by D. Case
    Despite largely positive critical reviews, I have avoided this game for a couple of years now, but now that I have played it through, I am glad I changed my mind. Despite detractors suggesting it was overly simplistic and monotonous, I found it refreshing and rich throughout. Despite necessary backtracking I never felt bored, and despite at times it being unevenly challenging, it never felt punishing. There did seem to be an even-handedness in the developers game architecture, in which they sought a balance between difficulty and accomplishment, never spoon feeding but also not sending you naked into a burning obstacle course either! My only complaint is that replay-ability seems low, based on the fact that in order to defeat the final boss, I already acquired all of the upgrades and items. Maybe again in a year or so. Kudos!
  • Lovely

    by zim1912
    Drinkbox Studios produced my all time favorite game Guacamelee, so I might be speaking from a place of bias, but this game was great. Stellar art direction using solid colors and beautiful palettes. An interesting gameplay mechanic that encourages skill and timing, then rewarding you with the in-game “currency” used to upgrade yourself and your tools of combat. As well as an interesting story that was cryptic and alien at first, but I found myself thrust into this land as though it were my own by the end. All-in-all, not a complete waste if cash. Minor gripe is this game is a little harder to play on iPhone models without home buttons, I pulled up my home screen mid-battle so many times, but this game came out before those iPhones existed so you’re keeping the 5 stars Drinkbox. Please keep making great games ❤️
  • Best game ever👍

    by LittleA3926
    I loved this game, including every time it put me on the edge of my seat, brought me to tears, and made me want to hug my family as tight as I could. Everything was amazing and was like nothing I had ever seen before (though at times the battles were repetitive) there were so many things to explore and the characters touched my heart. The only complaint I have is that the player doesn't find out where Sasha went. Whether she went home or stayed in the world she was in (but in my opinion I had hoped she would stay in the current world because of all the friends she made). In all, I enjoyed every second of the game and can't wait to play it again!
  • Good game with one significant technical flaw

    by jwtirrell
    This game’s unique setting and characters, seemingly based on South American myth and non-specific demonology, are spellbinding. The combat mechanics focus on sword use and make specific use of the touch interface; they would not work as effectively with a mouse or controller. The character progression and game length also are satisfying. Overall this is a strong game with the unfortunate technical flaw of frequently freezing although not crashing. The action simply periodically locks for several seconds and then resumes. If this only happened during travel it could be dismissed as loading, but it occurs during combat, too—which can lead to significant issues. If this problem were corrected the game would earn a solid five stars. Even so, it’s well worth a thorough play, especially at its reasonable price.
  • Fun but the sun and moon system is annoying

    by Epicpkerdude
    Everything is pretty easy to understand I completed the game 100% in a couple sittings without googling anything the gameplay is simply and not too challenging I’ve never found myself stuck on a single encounter it’s very forgiving (on standard) I wish there was a harder difficulty it was pretty easy to just spam the blind on most enemies and kill them that way the only Other grievance I have with the game is the sun and moon system you find in the domain of the crows requires a lot of backtracking through a lot of the level multiple times to get all 18 secrets 10/10 would recommend
  • Love it!

    by SquareMike95
    This is my favorite phone game so far! The developers are all geniuses (aside from the one that decided to create the battle on the Mountain Summit clouds. Yes, you - you know who you are 😏) Edit: The specific battle stated above is ridiculously hard compared to the rest of the battles and it’s almost impossible to win if you have an iPhone X/XS because the developers haven’t updated it so that it needs 2 swipes from the bottom to close the app and return to the home screen, so when you try to make long and fast swipes to kill the monsters in this tight time limit, you end up suspending the app and losing all that precious time ugh...


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