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Dec 28, 2009 | 8:27 AM EST
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Pill Cannon is an action-puzzle game where you play as a robot. Feed suicidal people with the anti-depression pills from your trusty cannon! Keep them all happy to proceed in the adventure and save thousands of humans.

Too easy? Try Survival mode!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Needs a little tuning

As people have said before me, The art is well done, the movements are nice, its got a consistent style, and decent physics.

Though there were some faults I did find.
-As people have said it is pretty repetative, could throw in more obstacles to make it a little more challenging.
-The flowers? You get more points for those? I might as well just fire like a madman and whether or not they hit I'd still be gaining points. There should be a penalty of some sort, or a limited amount of shots, so you aren't obligated to go Rambo on the situation.
-Sure it has some nice physics. I played for a while, but after a while it all meshed together. Throw in some curve balls to make it a little harder. Even when I hit the blue guys, it really didn't make much of a difference other than slowing it down. May be something that stops the cannon all together?

Overall, its a pretty decent game. Has a good theme, but doesn't quite match other side shooters. When making a game, you need to see what others have done, and find a way to improve it if you are going to make a game based on others.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is a totally solid piece of work!

9 stars -

Fantastic concept.

Only suggestion is that it could use a bit of spicing up.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


The gameplay is a bit too repetitive for my tastes.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pills Here! - luis

its a good game there is just a few minor flaws

-could use some music or sound track of somesort
-can get kind of repetitive quick

+good idea
+nice gameplay
+nice cartoonish theme


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Rated 0 / 5 stars

pills gone

honestl it is stupid