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BounceOnMyLazor 25 Points String a 50 hit juggle on an enemy.
JustBEATit 25 Points Beat the game.
3K9 50 Points Uses K-9 mode 3 times in main game.
CitySweeper 50 Points Get 1500 in main game.
DaLONGESTmile 100 Points 15000 points on survival.

Author Comments

Help Mbot handle his business .

P= pauses.
M= Mutes music
R= restarts level
Q= Toggles Quality

The OmegaBlast on the final boss does more damage now.

Fill up your combo meter on the lower right to add more firepower.
Keep the enemies from hitting the ground to keep the combo going.

When you have upgraded 4 Times your combo meter will start to spark up... look for the "Press Z" Icon to upgrade into K9 mode
and become invincible for a short time.

Its a small game but uses almost 100% rastered art, hence the filesize.
wont happen again I promise!
Leaderboards will be coming very soon.

BigThanks to BeAtBrEaKeR187 for all the crazy music, and EliteFerrex for the 8Bit Loop

I also recommend using joy2key and a controller if you use the keyboard option

Reviews


KwingKwing

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Bad

This game is pretty awful... First off, you're supposed to be playing as M-Bot but I have no clue what anything had to do with Newgrounds. There were a couple Newgrounds icons, M-Bot, a completely random background, and some orange guys that seemed to hold absolutely no bearing on anything. The boss Col-Lab made a bit of sense, but not much. In truth, it was majorly lacking in concept, which was my highest hope when I clicked on this game in the first place.

Next, there's a huge problem with the gameplay. One other reviewer stated quite nicely that there's way too much going on, and he's right. All sorts of fickle decorations fly by the screen ultra fast, and it's obnoxiously distracting. I can play DDR with seizure-inducing lights flashing in the background, but this is actually worse. The color scheme was good, but too repetitive considering how many different objects were on the screen at once. Next, the controls were pretty sloppy. I couldn't move very well, and hiding the cursor was really annoying. While there are keyboard controls, I still would have preferred some cleaning up on the mouse control. I had to keep shooting to keep M-Bot under control because my mouse sometimes left the game screen without me even knowing! Clicking and holding was the only way to make sure the game obeyed me, but that had setbacks of its own, including major ass lag. This game took up 470 MB of RAM on my computer, and I doubt even half of that was the bullets, though I'm sure they didn't help. Next, serious balance issues. I shot with a 1-shot cannon and it took forever to upgrade it. The next thing I know, I have a 2-shot cannon and I ended up getting it upgraded in about five seconds. What the hell? My last complaint for the gameplay is that the game fails to tell you what's going on at all. There was no health bar (no health, even, it seemed), no progress bar (which it desperately needed because I couldn't tell how far I was through the level and it didn't seem to end), and not much else to tell you what to do.

The music was obnoxiously repetitive. While trying to un-jam my overloaded computer I ended up hearing it quite a lot, but I didn't need to listen to it long for it to drill my brains out.

Last are the graphics, which I can't say much bad about. There were too many, and they lagged, but they were damn good. The 3D visual effects were incredible; tons of TV shows and movies fall below the line this game set. The short cutscenes further displayed the visuals.

In conclusion, this game was pretty special, and yet, still... Bad. Sorry, it didn't make the cut for me. This was definitely not worth the 35 MB wait. If I had to give one suggestion, it would be to store some of the data for this (music would be easy, graphics maybe harder) externally, and use loadMovie and loadSound to make the original file smaller. Maybe you could have split this into several parts instead. I don't know, the memory has to change. Even apart from that, though, I couldn't have enjoyed this game.


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JombieJombie

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's pretty good...

Graphics are quite nice, the music was good at first, but it wears on the nerves a bit after awhile. The gameplay was kinda shallow, just click click click. The combo system is really hard to get used to, for example, I would be close to filling the meter with one guy, then another would run in the way and the first guy would fall and ruin the combo. The play area should be more towards the middle of the game instead of dead on the bottom, this would make misclicks easier to avoid. All in all, pretty good.



DragonsixDragonsix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

K9 is awesome

The only words i have to describe this is THIS IS AWESOME!!! :P



lilkramerlilkramer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was schweet

More plz maby with P-bot as a playable character



FullBlackHabitFullBlackHabit

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

I couldn't get into this game because of the heavy duty CPU and RAM consumption.
The graphics were astounding, literally, a pleasure to watch, but without a mute button for the good, although repetitive music, I found myself becoming frustrated very quickly.
I played in both styles and M-Bot became very unresponsive rather quickly, being clunky and slow in the face of such a fast paced game didn't seem to work out well.
The upgrade system needs work, the extremely fast speed of this game made me lose upgrades almost instantly through no fault of my own.
For example, I managed to hold on to the triple firepower upgrade for around 15 seconds before it was taken from me without any good reason other than I tripped over a tin can left on the floor.
The reason I say it requires a heavy duty computer is because when I tried to exit it, my computer seemed to behave as though I just gave it an order to smoke a cigarette and then proceeded to freak out on me.
So if it is possible, could you put in an option for low quality?
I know it would take away the sheer sexiness of the time gone into that beautiful piece of art, but it would be the only way I could play without my computer behaving like a wanker.


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MindChamber responds:

I agree about giving the quality button a shot,

Ill ask frosted what can be done.

thanks for the review.