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Dec 29, 2010 | 5:36 AM EST

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Click the start button to start the game.
Build railroad links by clicking on the rail segment buttons on the top-left. Your strength increases with every rail segment added. To complete the track you have to hit the end red line with blue start line.
Click the play button to play the game.
Enemies appear at random positions and start shooting at the train. If the bullets from the enemies hit the train you lose strength. If the strength becomes zero the game ends.
Drag the mouse to aim, and click the mouse to shoot at the enemies. If the bullets from the train hit the enemies you increase your strength.
The number of enemies increases after every half minute.
Find out how long you can survive.
Update: Bullet following cursor bug removed.
Click letter "s" to replay the game any time during play.
Other instructions are given in the game.

Reviews


KenjiTakataKenjiTakata

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

A nice concept.

But the enemy will always have a lock on to your train. That wouldn't be an issue if there was no delay between your first shot and the next one.



robcolburnrobcolburn

Rated 2 / 5 stars

OKStart

Critiques

Track building
* Game usually thinks you can't have a curved track, when it is in fact possible.
* Overlaps should be ok.
* Map is too small to make an interesting track

Game play
* Need to be able fire more than one bullet at a time. If you shoot across the map, it'll take longer to reload.
* Gameplay too basic. Hard to see the point.
* Enemies could be more interesting. There's not much of a defensive element. The train must go in a circle, you cannot prevent being shot other than to shoot as many villains as you can.

Replay doesn't work, my train instantly started on a track with on rail and went to no where.



SeruviusSeruvius

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Meh

Waaay to repetetive, no real changes, and the bullets keep following your crosshair, they dont fly towards where you fired, so youre pretty much dead as soon as enough enemies are around, as you have to wait for each shot to hit, before shooting again.
Basic idea is good though, building your own track and stuff like that, but waaaay more can b done with this.
Like bonuses for having so and so many corners, and a much larger map. And upgrades.


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SreithSreith

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

..kay...

not only does OUR bullet follow the crosshair, but ENNEMY'S Bullet FOLLOW THE TRAIN!
You can't make anything else than some sort of rectangular loop for the train. kinda lame.
Music? where's the music? Hell there's the train sound but that's all?!
Graphics are way too simple.
I advice you try to learn a bit more about flash animation (and games) before your next attempt. it could be vital =/

one point because a train defense game has never been done before.. at least not that i've heard of


Blamya responds:

Bullet following cursor bug removed.
Thanks for giving one point !!!!!!!!!!!


GoldJunior44GoldJunior44

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Seriously?

You just go around and around and around. It get's VERY boring.
Also, the bullets follow the cursor instead of going straight. This makes it almost impossible to get rid of the enemies when there are 3+ of them.

Visual: 2/10
Gameplay: 0/10


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