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Planetary

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rated 3.41 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Action - Other
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space
turret
explosion
planet

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Sep 20, 2009 | 5:45 AM EDT

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Danger! The universe is overflowing. We have identified a section in space where new planets are being born at an incredibly speed. Destroy them, before it's to late.

Rotate the turrets using the left and right arrow keys. Press up to fire with the white turret, and down to fire the black turret.
Shoot white planets with the black turret, and black planets with the white turret.

Destroy the planets before they grow too big and damage your turrets. But be careful - if you shoot them with the wrong turret, they will grow even faster.

Good luck!

Reviews


okgreatokgreat

Rated 5 / 5 stars

predjutice

very predjutice



amateur6amateur6

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nifty idea, fun... just a few thoughts.

The storyline is terrible. Pretty much anything would be better than "new planets being born at an incredible speed". Where are the material that's creating them come from? I suggest an evil magical monkey casting "magic expanding planets" at you, instead. More plausable.

Next, why are the turret colors reversed? If it was my ship, I'd send someone out to repaint them ASAP so they matched the planets they were supposed to shoot. And then I'd shoot his ass for painting them the wrong colors to begin with.

Also, it would be nice (perhaps as an "easy" option) to use left-hand buttons (say, A and D) for shooting instead of the up and down arrows.

Left the door open for a sequel with more turrets and colors. Good thinking!

Overall, yeah, fun.


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VovichVovich

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Quite fun, i like it

Did a great work, amusing game.



ZarkorinZarkorin

Rated 4 / 5 stars

great!

fun and addictive nice work!



PixelParadoxPixelParadox

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad

This game has pretty good visuals and a very interesting flow. The various other obstacles like asteroids and sabotages keep the game from being repetitive.


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