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Sep 30, 2004 | 12:14 AM EDT

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I added some new improvements, including protect the mothership levels, smoother gameplay and some others, too busy to remember. Mecha-Bit is an Atari version of a mech game. Use the arrow keys to move and the mouse to shoot. I need feedback for my portfolio for school cause they are bitchen it aint good enough. So please leave feedback!!!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I like it cuz it has the old-fashioned graphics and play animations.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Simple and fun.

The concept is good, and I enjoyed the game as it is, but it didn't hold me for too long. You need to add more features than just lazer power-ups, give us something to work for! Maybe like a single chanrge "death-ray" that wipes out everything on screen, but takes several levels to collect, or bombs, or more upgrades, and so on.
I like the retro feel as well, but more complex animations would hold my attention longer, even a picture in the background instead of a solid colour.

Solid foundation, now build on it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it was great

it was great i like how u yoused the crappy animation


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is a really fun game. i don't think i've played a game like this before. I really liked the gameplay of this game and the music and sound fx were cool too.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good one

This is a good game. It's challeneging, and it's got that retro overpixelated look that i've been drooling over for the past 4 years. I only have two MAJOR problems.

For the love of god, take out that drum beat. It's 2 seconds long and repeats itself for the duration of the game. The other problem is, half the time I'm having no idea what's going on. The powerups are flashing in the corner, but I'm wondering things like "Did I just get that one? Did I get an autofire thing or did it just break".

Other than those two things, you've got a great game goin for ya.