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Armed with Wings 2

rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Action - Fighting - Brawler

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Dec 17, 2008 | 10:02 PM EST

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EDIT: Thank you Tom for the frontpage!!! You too, are Armed with Wings....

Embark on a journey to reclaim your lost throne, seeking out the 4 Blades of Eden. Its destructive power is the key to defeating the new emperor, Armed with Wings.

Journey across 5 worlds, do battle with 5 bosses, seize the Blades of Eden and use its destructive power too your success in this enormous game.

An enormous amount of work went into making this game. I hope you all enjoy it. Instructions are ingame.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent Game!

That was truly a work of art. I would even pay for an extended version of this game. I have to agree, though, with the jumping. It is a bit of a problem. Maybe a charge jump could be down then up. Also, hit detection and recoil was a little off with bosses and the enemy with two swords. I would have to keep a distance and just whack with my sword because by time I finished my combo with punches or kicks, they've hit me.

But other than these small critiques, this game was great!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

another great game daniel

this is just a amazing sequel to the first game and the fight mechanics where flawless and very creative. as for the jumping i never had a problem with it so i dont know what others are talking about maybe they forgot using your sword in air give you more air and the charge jump is rarly used actually. so on that note its a great game and the best that has been submitted to newgrounds all year and possibly ever. so now if you dont mind i m heading over to armorgames so i can play the survival mode. ;)

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Flaws outweigh any vision it may have had

1) Intro music stolen from "The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past," don't see credited.
2) Controls a little weird, had to button mash a bit in combat
3) Zero contrast in battle between player and enemy units
4) Life and energy bars could be more clearly defined
5) Controls feel a bit "floaty"
6) Loss of control when attacked
7) Uninspired, slightly choppy graphics


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool, but some bad design decisions

Putting that meticulous spiked death pit was just evil with your horribly imprecise jumping mechanic. After trying a dozen times, I lost interest. That's too bad.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Beautiful but buggy

I think that the design of the game is absolutely amazing. The music was well chosen, the graphics are stunning, and the animation is fantastic. I love the designs of the four blades, and I like how all the characters are in silhouettes (personally, I'd even get rid of the closeups with color features, but that's just me). There were a couple typos, and it was weird how there was a typewriter sound for the boss names but the typeface wasn't a typewriter font. That's just nitpicky though.

The only real thing that kept me from giving it a 10 was the jumping. The whole crouch and charge element to jumping just made it really unnatural and killed me a bunch of times. I was also having some problems with playing in general. With the standard sword, healing stopped working after a little while (even though I had full energy). Also, I had access to all four swords to begin with, even though I only collected the starter sword and the Water one.

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