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Icarus Academy

rated 2.57 / 5 stars
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Mar 10, 2008 | 5:17 PM EDT

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This game is similar to Space Invaders, in that you fire at enemies which approach you from the top of the screen. After each "boss fight" the enemies get progressivly harder. You can also collect power ups to improve your ship.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


yep it's a space invaders copy.
the graphics were pretty okay... and so were the weapons. there was nothing really original about it, but thats not the point. the thing that bothered me the most was the gameplay. it was really lagging all the time and the aircraft took forever to turn. would be also nice if you could move the craft up and down a little. and... one more thing. if you could fire more bullets at a time, AND the bullets moved a bit faster, this game would be more fun. keep trying you got talent


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Well, it was... An okay game. The visuals were well done, congrats. However, there are many things that could use some adjustment.
1.) No sound. At the very least, some music would work, but there needs to be something to keep an audio interest.
2.) The fact that I could not move forward or backward was distressing. Please fix this.
3.) Repetitive shooting needed. I don't mean holding down the space button, but I would prefer to be able to shoot more than twice a minute.
4.) Upgrades in between levels would be helpful to keep up inrtrest (unless you already have them... I didn't get very far, seeing that I'm not very good at this kind of game unless I'm actually really into it.)

Other than that, you have a basis for a good game; you just need to expand more on gameplay. And audio. :D

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


Well, I didn't think I would have much to say for the game, but, I guess I'll try.

The Good
The aspect was, alright. The artwork... good enough.

The Bad.
The gameplay was choppy, the shooting was slow, the gameplay confused me (The part where I shoot a ship, and it splits, didn't understand that) and it was very repeditive.