Warface is a casual game that mixes first person shooter gameplay with some point and click mechanics to tell Walker’s story, a man who turns vigilante when he finds out the woman he likes is unhappy with her boss. So it becomes your job to kill him and his henchmen.
It’s kind of tough for a game that looks so basic
Warface is one of those games that looks kind of bad but good at the same time. It’s cartoonish approach for graphics makes it feel like it’s going to be a walk in the park but it’s not really the case.
Behind the basic design, Warface has a rather clever plot to the story. For a game that takes roughly 7 minutes to finish, it has several of clever logical puzzle to solve. Moreover, you need to get things right from the start because there are a few mistakes that if you make, force you to restart the game.
Be patient with it, it has a few issues
Even when you figure out how some of the things work, they might not go according to plan. For example stealing the butcher’s meat is simple but time the action a fraction of a second too late and it will seem like the game is rigged to be impossible.
In part it’s true because the knife bit is flawed, restarting the game tends to fix it. The bottom line is that although things become very clear plot-wise, some gameplay features might not be perfectly functional and require a bit of extra patience from you.
A short and somewhat mature game
Warface has its fair share of mature content so expect some foul language and other examples of antisocial behaviour. All-in-all, Warface is a decent Flash game for what it has to offer.