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Judas bread attack!

rated 3.04 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - First Person

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Jul 23, 2010 | 6:27 PM EDT

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Judas bread attack! is a first person shooting game. Graphics are a picture, and a little head that appears and vanishes. This game needs to be slower. It is almost impossible to hit the target.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Too fast

Well, the concept is interesting and the introduction to the game spoken by Fro is a good idea as well.
I like how the points are explained before the game starts.

The only problem with this game is, that it is too fast to play it. Jesus is gone in a fraction of a second so it is nearly impossible to hit him. The only way to hit him is by sheer luck.

So yeah, planning and concept is good, but the excecution of this idea is flawed. :P

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MonoFlauta responds:

hahah welll... the idea at least was good :P


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Impossible to play...

Where do I start...
I like the concept blasphemy is always fun, but the game itself is... Atrocious

The graphics are really poorly done and out of place, the gameplay itself is damn infuriating (especially when your hits aren't registering).
The sound bytes that looped were annoying...

Like I said I like the concept, but the execution on this project was deeply flawed.

In the future should you create another game similar to this, please slow down the speed of the jesus, and make the sound effects only occur when the user hits a target, lastly perhaps you should include a skip tutorial button.

- Celx
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MonoFlauta responds:

Wiii i love blasphemy hahahha, yes its bad in art, programming, music a bit, but well, it was an small game we made with fro in 2 days,
anyway, thanks for the review :)


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Far too fast

Dear god man, what kind of god like reflexes do you think the average human being has? The way that he moved, you were clicking way after he'd left that area and my brain barely had time to register where he was, let alone click in the space, even if I staked out an area, like the starting block.

What I'd suggest as a fix is to move to a space, stay for between half and three seconds, then move on. If you hit him, move him elsewhere, but this game is ridiculously hard to score any points on at all.

The background art is a good idea, so why not try to age the animation to fit, as opposed to the rest of it sticking out like a sore thumb? A tracing job on the background would assist in blending in a little better, if you feel that would help.

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MonoFlauta responds:

Haha, there is an easy way to win points, you shouldnt run everywere, you just stay in a place and with the reaction time an human has, you will be able to hit it, dont worry :P

Thanks for the review


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Needs improvement

-I came to this fully expecting it to be a lot better than it actually was. While you did put a little backstory into it and it's a good little parody of the last supper it just doesn't deliver in actual gameplay.

-Jesus is drawn well enough that I can decipher who he is rather easily and his facial expression was pretty funny to me. He moves entirely too fast for me to be able to hit him effectively without memorizing his pattern(if it isn't random).

-Overall it's just an okay game that could of been a lot better. Maybe slowing Jesus down just a little so you could incorporate an animation for the throwing of the bread. Wouldn't hurt to also include a title page.

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MonoFlauta responds:

Yes, the parody its a good idea, but the game wasnt aweomse, it was just an small game we make with fro in two days :P