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Jan 17, 2008 | 9:24 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place January 19, 2008

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Over a year later, I updated the game with some changes! Most notable is that the game should run a bit faster now, particularly in the later stages (4, 5, and Extra) The stages also no longer have to be unlocked, though you should still play them in order!

Ether has a few new maneuvers as well, pressing Spacebar will turn her attack on until you press it again, this should make things a lot easier if you're trying to play both characters by yourself. You can also now hold down X to slow her movement speed.

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Alien forces are invading! Join four heroes as they blast across the solar system in the most intense flash shoot em up ever!

Game Features:

7 stages of non-stop action
Two-player simultaneous play
Full voice acting
Tons of bosses

Player 1 (FX) controls: Mouse to move, Left click to shoot

Player 2 (Ether) controls: Arrows or WASD to move, CTRL, Z, Spacebar, or Enter to shoot. X to move slower

Press L to toggle quality

This game is very processor intensive, medium quality recommended, low for older computers.

If you really need to pause, right click the game and uncheck play
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Full voice cast:

FX: D-Mac
Ether: Candi Santora
Astra: Sasuya
Trinoka and XS: Althea Aseoche
Seven: Rina-chan
Nemor: CarlHyperweevil

Reviews


DaargonDaargon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

Hmmm...

Isn't that "don't let a single one through" line from Star Fox 64?

Good game, though.



D-Mac-DoubleD-Mac-Double

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

"Shoot the core!"/"We know that!"

One of the reasons why I enjoy your work so much is because it's really apparent just how much effort you put into visual atmosphere, in spite of your artistic limitations. Along with a ton of variation in the stage backgrounds, I love new little details such as enemy ships now disintegrating as they explode. Some -excellent- music selections (Pompeii!), though they -slightly- overpowered the voices at times.

Now what can be said about the gameplay? Fantastic. Simply fantastic. Even in 2D, Project Inthri 3 plays like the best Starfox game in 10 years. No over-complication, just classic run and gun action, likeable characters, unique bosses, and a story that's easy to get into.

Though there are some moments where I'd love to have the spread gun back, rapid-fire remained a strong replacement, and the overall action is incredibly well-paced from beginning to end, never feeling monotonous. Most every boss design really impressed me, with the highly innovate Claw leading the pack. And of course, it's just not an Inthri game without a Giant Enemy Crab, is it? In addition, four difficultly levels and 2-player mode result in some excellent replay value.

From XS's cover fire, to the mini-boss in the asteroid field, a ton of moments made me stop and say, "Wow. This is awesome game design." All in all, with non-stop action and a well-delivered story, hats off to you on putting together one truly incredible flash gaming experience. PI3 was an absolute blast to play through, and an honor to be a part of.


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Skeik-SpriteSkeik-Sprite

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

I played insane first

Damn, was that a shock to my hand eye coordination. Bullets were everywhere, enemies were everywhere, and I could barely keep my ships alive. I cheated and used both players by myself. I used to mouse as a kamikaze ship, and the keyboard was my life saver.

This game is great, not much wrong with it XD



ZureTheDarkBeingZureTheDarkBeing

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

Very nice

Since the graphics weren't that amazing, there was no lag (except for the fact that the voice acting didn't correspond to the animation), but it was enough for me, because everything moved so you actually had not much time to look at something for too long. The sound was always a good choise. Enemies and bosses look also pretty good, but do me a favor and decrease the HP of the bosses, it takes sooo long to beat them (even if you use the two player mode). Speaking of it. I liked the idea to be able to control two different ships at one time (I played two player mode alone, heh).
However, your drawings (speaking of the characters) isn't something you can call "good" or "acceptable". I would rather say horrible. Their body parts are mainly too straight, the eyes are somewhat strange, and the fact that there is still just one guy is confusing me. I mean seriously, take out Nemor and you got 4 girls and 1 single dude, oh wait, it's actually 5 girls...you can't do that. =P
Anyway, to sum up the facts:
Everything looks nice, except for the characters
Sound can't be chosen better
HP of the enemies is sometimes too high
Two player mode is only the first step, try adding an online multiplayer with all the ships!

Edit: I say a big thanks because there are save points!


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Mono1337Mono1337

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 20, 2008

Love it!

Its truely great! The music was perfect, did you make it yourself or where did you get it?


Rhete responds:

A lot of the music is from the games Phantasy Star Online and Phantasy Star Universe, check the credits section