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Consider yourself one of the lucky ones, prisoner. You've been given the privilege of piloting a JUGGERNAUT.
Each week you will leave your cell to participate in the weeks event. Survive, entertain the crowd, upgrade your Jugger and you might just earn your freedom.
Get all 20 achievements to unlock "Bertha".
WASD - Movement
Space Bar - Fire LEFT side Weapons
Mouse - Aim / Fire RIGHT side Weapons
The graphics are pretty good, simple and clean, and the layout is actually pretty good. Overall it's well done, but there is room for improvement.
I would suggest doing this as more of a tournament style, that is to say, you can decide which battle you're going to have, which will earn you a certain amount of cash, which you can use to upgrade and then move on to the next level, or, replay an older level. Doing it that way would make the game less relentless on the user.
The controls were a bit weird as well, but I suppose it just takes some getting used to.
Still, overall, great game. I enjoyed it.
cant do any thing til its over
it needs a pause button badly
Juggs in a arena!!!
really great one faved now
I always wanted to enter an arena with a steel jugg and crush ppl
And now I can
MAny thx m8
PS: the game really lags a lil but still a good gameplay and the game is so good that its easy to ignore the lag
Difficult control with WASD -- prefer arrow keys.
The mech was difficult to pilot. It kept sloshing around. Also, splitting the fire between the space bar and the mouse button was annoying. It would be better to have two side-by-side keys, or keep everything on the mouse button.
Targeting was difficult, and the mech kept slewing left-and-right even when those buttons were not being pushed. Was there a sort of recoil or just some random movement?
Not really very enjoyable, though I stuck with it for a few levels to see if anything was interesting.
this is a great game
Context? Context is for casuals.
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