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Apr 6, 2007 | 1:09 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place April 7, 2007

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edit: Thanks Tom for Front Page !! :D
Global Defense System
Defend earth from waves of asteroids with weapons platforms and automated laser turrets and a hand full of weaponry. Developed by Dark Realm Studios and sponsored by Heavy Games
-Make full use of the secondary weapon system to switch between slow and fast weapons.
-Extend visibility!
-Don't stop shooting.
-Aim before asteroids.
-Practice makes perfect!
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Rated 4 / 5 stars

good game

Its not very inventive but it's made nicely. It's not perfect but I had fun. I think low fire rate weapons suck.


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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I'm confused...

Aren't games supposed to be fun? This seems more like a flash game for masochists. Asteroid offers less for you to do and is older than Jesus, but at least Atari understood that making the game ridiculously hard would've made it not fun to play at all. Maybe you should take a hint too?

This is really more of a game of "bounce the rocks around and see if you can get through a couple of rounds before you buy real ammo." Except you never really do, unless, by some miracle, you happen to bounce rocks back before they sky rocket to the world as they easily bypass your shooting. Sometimes it'll even be at the edge of the screen, clear that it's not going to hit the world, but, lo and behold, it does, and what can you do then? Because if you shoot it you'll just shoot it down quicker to earth.

A second cannon doesn't help either. It's all about ammo type or an auto turret, and when you start off broke and the premise is set like Armageddon (you're screwed, good luck), then there's really no incentive to continue in this very hard game.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


i never get past like round 4, its too hard but very addicting!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Main Menu Button... Pain.

My only complaint is that when you click the menu button, there's no confirmation screen that pops up. I was like 6 levels in and doin' well, went to pause, clicked the wrong one, done. Anyway, up until that point, was good.

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