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May 12, 2007 | 2:25 AM EDT

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RandomgamestarterRandomgamestarter

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 27, 2013

i was actually surprised to see someone make a game like this but i guess its good because i am such a retro lover and you did good on the graphics but i guess i could give it 4.5 stars.



codpro566codpro566

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 30, 2013

i was in that massacre da da daaaaaa!!!!!



LanceVanceDanceLanceVanceDance

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars June 30, 2013

This game is on a list called "The 14 Most Offensive Video Games Ever", lol. Although I don't find it offensive, I do find it rather boring. That's why I voted a 2,5.

Lance Vance Dance, baby!



Tired-ManiacTired-Maniac

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 7, 2013

One of the best games every created! Nothing - wrong with making a game about something that's happened, that's like arguing about making a game where you're hitler killing the jews, who gives a shit? I bet cho would've liked this, pepolpe need to learn to take a joke. Nice game man.



KwingKwing

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 8, 2013

Decent. This game was surprisingly enjoyable but I still found it to be kind of annoying. The graphics, being an 8-bit throwback, did their job, although it didn't look nearly as pretty as it could have. The sound, while not bad, seemed simplistic to the point of quiet. In a game that's supposed to simulate real-life events, sound effects for footsteps, screaming, outdoor ambiance, and scribbling in classrooms would have made the game feel a lot more 'alive'.

Now that the aesthetics are out of the way, I'll go into gameplay a bit. The first level kind of annoyed me, since I didn't know who it was I was supposed to be killing and I didn't know what she looked like. The slow movement speed amplified how annoying it was to get your bearings when playing. The second level had its own annoyances too, not showing very clear objectives and also having the dialogue appear in real-time when you made it to the slot. On top of the dialogue getting me a game over, I also failed several times because I didn't know what to do, even though I hit S by the mail slot. The area where you can hit the S button should be a little more lenient in my opinion. Finally, the last level was fun but only had one annoyance, that being that shooting people behind walls required you to move behind a wall to make it transparent. Little gimmicks like these picked away at the gameplay and ultimately killed most of the fun out of it.

As far as the subject matter goes, I'm not sure what I can say, since I'm not the most knowledgeable about the Virginia Tech massacre. That being said, this game seems like a simple recreation, nothing more. I didn't notice any terribly offensive humor, and the violence seemed more to be a simple recreation of history than anything else. Overall, this game struck me almost like some kind of educational game rather than something that was made to be offensive just for the heck of it.

Needs polish, but still good.


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