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Sep 4, 2001 | 1:09 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature September 5, 2001

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Control the Dragon Salamond on his epic quest to restore peace to the land.

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ShakermakerShakermaker

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 16, 2002

Pretty stylish sequel

I tried the 1st one, and then the second (wonder why the second one isn't under the games section?). The 3D elements and graphics in this one is amazing, but it is a little harder than the successor, which makes it a bit sour to play.
I hope the author makes a new type of game, with the same effects.


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cojirocojiro

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 21, 2001

Way Cool!

Could have been better. You may need to work on it a little. I had a lot of trouble around the pillars and fireballs.


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Xavier-StormbladeXavier-Stormblade

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 26, 2001

Definitely A Top-Notch Game

I really love this one. I played the first Nimian Flyer before this one was made, and while I liked the concept, I was turned off by the poor enemy graphics and collision detection when you shot at an bad guy. But I have to say this version is ten times better. the graphics are nice, especially the way they change the scenery, and the control has been tweaked greatly, it seems. My only gripe with it is the hit collision still seems a bit goofy, especially in the levels where you're trying to dodge the fire balls and pillars (and hitting enemies can still be a pain in the ass), but other than that it's awesome. Make a Third one, please? :-D


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CaptnNaughtyCaptnNaughty

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 21, 2001

This is awesome!

This kick some serious ass dude!!!
Keep up good work...
You've just made a fan here


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SniperOneSniperOne

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 11, 2001

Well Designed, Great Fun

This is indeed much better then the last Nimian Flyer, and I like to see more games much more expansive like this. Even if the patterns we're realtivily easy to see, the game itself was a perfect game.