Haven Review: Derrick the Deathfin

First up is our disclaimer.  We got this game because we wanted to review it, and as suchderrick
all views in this article our are own. No money has been exchanged for this review.

In Derrick the Deathfin you take the role of Derrick a Shark with a attitude after his parents were brutally murdered and turned into well canned shark meat. Cause who eats Tuna anymore am I right?

Honestly this is one of the better games I have gotten a chance to play and the fact that they made the entire game in paper craft is simply amazing and visually amazing as well. The amount of work and effort to even accomplish such a feet is astounding.screenshots_america_north_02_wm_23559.nphd_

Game-play of it is fairly strait forward some stages are races, others have boss battles in them and some are jump thru a hoop little sharky. There is no particular order to the stages
but that’s not really a bad thing. Like any game though involving racing you can always go back and aim to beat your time in it. Controls for the game are simple and easy to understand and best of all it has controller support which is a major win considering when I tried to play this game with the keyboard I ended up getting confused.derrick_the_deathfin-2116442

Summed up though the game is amazing with its lighthearted feel and its paper craft graphics
is musical score is pretty nice as well all making it come together as a really great game that I would recommend to anyone.

-Daniel Clatworthy-Derrick