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Jan 17, 2011 | 7:51 AM EST

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Click the start button to start the game.
Click the play button to play the game.
If the bullets/rockets 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 score points. The aim of the game is to get maximum score before your strength becomes zero.

Reviews


bloodgreaverbloodgreaver

Rated 3 / 5 stars January 17, 2011

Not the best, not the worst.

crihfield, you need some major glasses to not see those are helicopters.

Anyways, the game has a solid foundation, but it seems to be abandoned at the most critical stage. Each lap i make back to the start gives 1-2 seconds of lag time, as well as that the sattelites in the tunnel seem to be invulnerable. Did you make them to intentionally down the train in a couple laps? Either way, incorperating a few health pickups/shootdowns or even a chance to stop and use points for upgrades will really improve the game. As per the tunnel, i suggest taking that out or replacing it with the upgrade/repair center, maybe make a few more enemies on the outside. I see potential, but its at the point to go the extra mile.



crihfieldcrihfield

Rated 0 / 5 stars January 17, 2011

this is just plain crap

this game is terrible i mean i don't even know what i'm shooting at. Are they mice or something i have no clue and the name doesn't even fit the game no one is getting on a train, you are the train and your shooting at what looks like mental mice and i don't get the point of this like theres no story and no ending this is just terrible. Next time you make a game make sure there is at least a little story in it and tell us what we are doing it for.



Stephen1222Stephen1222

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 17, 2011

good

its good but it could use a bit more like upgrades and bonus and differnt levels.