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Nov 15, 2010 | 1:06 PM EST
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Infinite Ammo bug fixed... waiting for NG to approve the changes.

Battle for control of the galaxy in this space based artillery game based on the Gravitee series of games. Slingshot your missiles around planets to destroy your enemy and utilize the 10 different weapons and utilities available. As you progress you'll earn up to 50 different awards, and 21 different rewards. Upgrade your team as you earn money by improving your unit's health and accuracy or by buying extra units for your team.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This great is game, but could be excellent.

This game deals a great deal of fun, but a few things hinders it's potential greatness.

1- Even though you can scroll the screen while aiming, zooming out would not only make things easier, but give a lot of space to amazing shots and planning. I felt that I could do much better, but couldn't actually see if things were going to work. Besides, while messing around with potential shots, you can see a better shot that could be done, instead of the original one.

2- Shooting shouldn't be mandatorily followed by aiming. The way it is, you can only discover wether a shot is good or bad when you can't go back anymore. You should be able to see if a shot is possible, judging wether that is the best one in that circunstance and, if not, plan other shoot.

3- The money system has a "infinite money" loophole: If you get a few guys, max their health and keep shooting the guy in the first level, you'll get maxed team with maxed stats with very little effort. The game should be more rewarding when dealing with more danger, not almost as rewarding when dealing with less.

All that said, congratulations on the great work. It caught me from beginning to end. Worms an excellent game, and this one makes the genre proud.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's good, I suppose.

The only thing that's making me upset is that the AI is making absolutely perfect shots, shots a human player would have NO CHANCE of ever pulling off. Otherwise, it's a solid game, and the upgrade system is nice.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cannot Get locked and loaded

Other than that, good game.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Really good

This game is very well done, the use of physics in it is amazing, plus all the weapons you can choose.

Also, to all those who can't see the enemies, use the WASD, you'll be able to scroll around the map. Although it did take me luck to figure this one out since you've made no mention of it in the tutorial, and after I found out, the game got much simpler.

Another downside is a bug I've found which won't count landmine kills, so I can't get 100%, which is a real bummer.

But the music and graphics are nice, and I've wasted a bunch of hours on this, so 8/10 I guess.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great game. My only problem is that some small planets have more gravitational pull than bigger ones or the sun. That messes up the aim for longer shots.