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The Breach

rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Jul 20, 2010 | 6:24 PM EDT

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20 Kills 5 Points Kill 20 enemies
Kill First Boss 10 Points Kill the first boss
Game Complete 25 Points Complete the game
Kill 3rd Boss 25 Points Kill the 3rd Boss
20 Stars 50 Points Obtain 20 stars

Author Comments

Since its arrival in the Orbit of G-54 the Hermes, a prototype Starship did not answer any communication nor did it give any sign of life. As the head of security of G-54 it is Sergei's job to go aboard the Hermes to see what is happening .What kind of horror Sergei will encounter aboard the Hermes!?! Learn what happened, fight horrible creatures, upgrade your character, collect powerful item in The Breach! In this unique flash Horror Adventure game.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of...

It reminds me of Metro 2033 0.o
Good game and all but the upgrade system could be polished a bit.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars the beginning

good art and sound, but gets boring after 10 minutes


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Good game, I am expecting a sequel.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I wanted to like it...

But it was so hard to!

-The enemies were too easy or too hard.
-Weak bosses.
-Not scary unless you faint at the sight of blood/yellow vomit.
-The second suit upgrade just made it easier to get killed on the last boss.
-Weak ending.

On the plus side...

+Good tension
+The story is actually quite interesting.
+Interesting enemy design (Fighting them isn't fun, watching them is).
+ A real reason to be afraid of the colour yellow
+ Audio journals.

This could have been so much better! But it's still pretty good. Please add WASD+Mouse controls for the next one though.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

now diagnosed with insomnia

reminiscent of the metriod series when the metriods are introduced and the upgrade/level up method, and deadspace (down fall and both games) in were you are on your own, with shit for a weapon, and following one or more of the crew in their final hours, but how you go about learning it is new. it kept me chilled and stuck in place, also love the illusion on how map/inventory doesn't stop what is going on, and (with my lagging laptop aside) is one of the smoothest animated games I have ever played.