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THIS GAME IS NO LONGER RELEVANT OSAMA'S DEAD WOO GO AMERICA!
Now you can experience 9/11 from a different perspective!
Fly the plane into those pesky twin towers and take down the American way!
WASD for control.
THIS IS A JOKE.
DO NOT GO BATSHIT CRAZY OVER THIS.
DEAL WITH IT, I HOPE YOU'RE OFFENDED.
1st amendment lol
Good game. I'm glad we can joke about things. Who cares. You can't take everything serious. If you can make fun of one thing. Everything is up for grabs.
Thank you sir
This is a good timewaster anyone taking it as it should have been in reallife is dumb just go to google earth and crash there same difference. But nice smooth controls, just gotta learn the video game physics that's all it was fun as hell to me though
actually this game rocks
Sooo you like it?
It's not an accurate depiction of 9/11, but hey, this game was made as a source of entertainment, who cares whether it shows what happened on September 11 with reference to this game? It's just the gameplay that counts.
The graphics: They were nice, I liked the style of the drawing of the missiles and the airplane, especially when it was tilted; it seemed realistic and smooth. The explosion wasn't good, but it wasn't drawn too bad either. All in all, good.
The gameplay: Fairly basic, use the WASD keys to move, the moving is rather smooth and I think that's what's making it tough: because you always hit a missile if you slide too much. However, I think that that's exactly what would happen to an airplane in air; it would slide because friction's not a lot. Anyways, the hitbox, for me, was only around a circle or so, since the missile touched the surface of the wings as I turned and nothing happened.
The medals: Eh, they're all secret, so I can't say what they are, but I'll give a hint: just play the game.
The music: Meh. It didn't fit very well and was a bit loud, but then again I guess you could say that that's an 'appropriate' choice of music in a situation like this.
Any things I didn't like? Sure, many. One: things would zoom by too fast, and the learning curve is too steep. One minute it's normal, the next it's zooming by fast. Two: The plane slid a little too fast, as if it were out of control. I don't know whether it was intentional or not. Third: Bad music.
I don't see why it deserved the "M" rating, because frankly, everything seems rated like T. Unless there's some part at the end that involves excessive graphic
violence or something; I couldn't get to the last part.
~~ Summary ~~
~~ Good points ~~
1) Nice art
2) Smooth animation
3) Okay gameplay
~~ Bad points ~~
1) A tad hard (good? bad? you decide)
2) Loud-ish music
3) Didn't think it deserved M tag
The reason I kinda made it hard was just kinda a wink to old school NES/SNES games that were buttfuckingly hard and stuff... Even though this is nowhere near as hard. Also adds some cheap replay value (Hence the 23k views)
Music was just kinda thrown in last minute as a filler, I think it kinda fits in with the actiony sense... Also I'm a huge fan of Metal Gear Solid.
The M tag is mostly for the -mature- subject matter... Or lack there of.
This is unique strategic action-runner about Vikings!
The official sequel to Money Movers
A mini visual novel about a mysterious girl. Features 4 endings.
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