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Dec 29, 2003 | 4:02 PM EST

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Here´s a little violent flight/shooting game. Shoot down as many enemy planes you can before you get hit yourself! Remember: it´s not important how many enemies you´ve shot down, it´s how many percent of your enemies you´ve shot down.
If you have a slow computer (like me) you should set the quality to "low".
Have fun :)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 18, 2004


Good game. And brilliant animation like always 2re. Gets repepitive though. If bonuses were available or atleast different backgrounds and enemys it wud b even betta than it already is.


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2004

get some more music choices and...

this could be front page worthy


Rated 4 / 5 stars April 16, 2004


this sisooo boring they come outta the 3 smae placews over and over 'gain it sucked.


Rated 2 / 5 stars April 14, 2004

sux ass

that was gay y did u make that a waste of my time damn u


Rated 3 / 5 stars March 5, 2004

Great, but really no progression

The game in itself is great, but the following were slightly lacking:
The game had no scoring system besides percentage, which IMHO is a lackluster way of scoring, since a player could hit the target 20 % of the time and score fairly well in the game.

The enemies could not fight back, and acted a bit too much like kamaikazes, who didn't normally do this, but rather crashed into ships and ground targets during the wars they were in.

You died after getting hit once. While realistic, it was a bit aggravating getting shot down every time I tried to go for 100% kills.

The enemies came and went too fast. Now it may be okay for some, but even the arcade games like this move the enemies in a way as to allow you the chance to get them eventually, or them to get you.

The graphics were good though. I liked how the enemy looked like pigs. The song as good as well. The hero looked like he had too much crack and PCP though. Lol. But it's funny to watch.

Ta-BEE 1.2.3
Master of over-reviewing works that need work.