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Mar 5, 2008 | 2:04 PM EST
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Update: Fixed the bug where nothing happened if you failed a level.

Note: Please make sure you have flash player 9 installed or the game won't load properly.

You play as a storm and go from city to city destroying everything that stands in your way. Pick up rain to get bigger or wind to get stronger and unleash hell on the world. Don't let those pathetic humans escape you!

Actionscript by : Pier-Jean Lizotte (cumSum)
Art by : Eduardo Mojica (cicla)

Sponsored by RustyArcade.com

Reviews


iloveyaafmiloveyaafm

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Overall mundane but a destructive thriller.

Progress and challenge are at a minimum in this game, because there is only one strategy that works for each level. New levels do not provide more difficult challenges, rather the same challenge presented in a different manner. Side-scrollers are always fun, since they generally involve mass destruction, but besides murderous weather, this game has little to offer. The graphics and sound effects are decent. Lacking plot, this submission reminds me of generic zombie flash games where one repeatedly kills to no end other than more things to kill. I suppose, however, this is the point. In the case, being a big bad storm is actually somewhat amusing, even if its easy as pie.



BumpagulaBumpagula

Rated 3 / 5 stars

ahh its not bad

its an ok game it doesent involve any skill but its just fun to watch people squirm like a fukin worm.anyway i give it 6 stars.



Crazygame81794Crazygame81794

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

eh not to bad

alrite i didnt hate it but i didnt really like it either



dillonmyers2552dillonmyers2552

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

not so good......

The only time i want to see graphics like that is when i am playing my NES.
Fell asleep halfway through the 2nd level, too.



pet0rpet0r

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Uh...

Possibly one of the most boring games I've ever played. There is no replayability, no variation, I don't see the point of this even existing.