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(+) Argent Burst

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rated 3.94 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Fixed
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Nov 12, 2007 | 3:30 PM EST

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Starts off simple, becomes pretty later. Destroy enemy lines by catching the ends in the explosions. Similar to Missle Command if you were alive in the 1980's, which I doubt most of you were but you can take credit for anyway. Play and enjoy :).

The game calibrates lag (hence the base 50-60 fps), so it may seem like its lagging but it should still be playing normally.

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Keys: Mouse to move and shoot, 1-3 keys to select turret
Developed by Armor Games Inc.
Music by EON

Reviews


blitzviridisblitzviridis

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Not great.

Much too simple. Got really boring really quickly. Killed about 1 minute of my time at tops before it got old. Too many flashing colours and not even particularly entertaining. It also seems that you die much too fast.



EldrickEldrick

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

fun



saiko1saiko1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

:D Very nice though

ARGH. MY HAND.



kosiar100kosiar100

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great

a little too difficult for me but i loved this game and the music



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice defense game

This game is very interesting to play because it manages to have such a simplistic appearance to it. Don't get me wrong, it certainly gets harder as the game goes on. The music is also really good and the entire game seems like it's a music game of some sort. I guess it's just how everything flows so smoothly. The coolest thing is when the beams start turning into fireballs. While not the most detailed game, it allows itself to become a straight-up fun one because of the gameplay.

There's little to complain about it, and even the explosions change as the game goes on. I didn't even realize you could choose from different turrents. A big selling point is how much variety there is and how the levels change as you progress. It starts on a blank screen to somewhat prepare you for the more elaborate colors. There seem to be no drawn black lines, just vibrant colors.