Ben and Ed
- OS: Window 7/8 32-bit
- Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD, 2,0 GHz or faster
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible graphics card
- DirectX: Version 10
- Storage: 5 GB available space
- OS: Window 7/8 64-bit
- Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD, 2,5 GHz or faster
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible graphics card
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 5 GB available space
Ben and Ed Review
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Bed and Ed is a brutal 3D adventure game that takes place in the surroundings of a strange new world. The game revolves around Ed, a zombie character that is forced to go through the most deadly game show, overcome all obstacles and beat the show master to save his friend Ben.
Graphics — 5/5
Backed up and designed with a good set of visuals and graphics effects, the game offers the right amount of animations and background effects to keep you engrossed for hours. Including high-resolution background textures, well-detailed characters and a ton of physical action, blood and deadly traps and monstrous machinery, the game also features sound effects to support each action, enhancing the overall gameplay of this thrilling game.
Gameplay — 4.5/5
The gameplay of Ben and Ed is fairly easy and requires a lot of concentration and skill. From dodging gruesome attacks, bloody traps and huge machines, the objective of the game is to survive till the end, while saving your best friend from Hans Showmaster. In the game, Ed, the zombie might lose his hands and legs, but that is just a part of the game. Get past all the deadly obstacles, what do you have to lose anyway? The game includes the destruction of machines coming at you to kill you. What makes the game funny and exciting is the fact that the player can dislocate his head and body parts, creep through hidden areas and jump over deadly paths just to reach the goal, no matter what his condition might be like. Loaded with 23 vibrant, action-packed levels including hammers, sharp blades, chickens, dog food, lasers, blood and acid, the game is overflowing with tons of entertainment.
Controls — 4.5/5
Ben and Ed is a simple game that comes with both keyboard and mouse controls. The entire game revolves around controlling Ben through his journey to save his friend while overcoming all the deathly barriers and obstacles. Control your character acceleration with the keyboard while maneuvering his rotations etc. with the mouse. However, the controls can be customized to your liking, depending on your ease of movement and suitability.
Replay Value — 4/5
Extremely fun and amusing, Ben and Ed is an entertaining addictive game that includes hours of excitement, keeping players at the edge of their seats. With gruesome looking zombie characters running through an obstacle course, the game is great to play with friends and family and can be played up to 4 players. Gamers who like this version would definitely look forward to any updates that the game might come up with and therefore increase the replay value of the game.
Loaded with brilliant characters, great special effects and animations, funny moves and actions, an entertaining storyline, a lot of brutalism, blood and scary weapons, Ben and Ed is a highly recommended game to all those who like adventure, and who want to show off their skills. Play alone or play alongside your friends in the multiplayer mode and go on this ghastly, horrifying yet exciting journey with Ben and Ed.
Ben and Ed – A one of a kind jump and run adventure game filled with thrills, chills and a ton of blood. Join Ben on his journey to save his friend while helping him make it past the death-defying obstacles ahead of him. But what does he have left to lose, he’s already dead!
Pros : Entertaining pastime
Challenging levels and obstacles
Great visual graphics and animations
Cons : Few glitches with graphics during gameplay
Some levels are too difficult
Replay Value 4.0