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Dino Slayer

Score:
rated 3.44 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Skill - Other
Tags:
shoot
retro
dinosaur
casio

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Feb 21, 2011 | 1:32 AM EST

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Controls:

SPACE BAR = START/SHOOT
LEFT ARROW / A = MOVE LEFT
RIGHT ARROW / D = MOVE RIGHT

P = RESTART

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Brief Description:

A game made in Santa Fe, Argentina for the Global Game Jam 2011 - Theme: Extinction.

We like retro but we hate pixelart XD.

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Credits:

- Andrés Miranda (killabunnies - Graphic Art, Game Design)
- Ariel Echarren (Liminoide - Sound FX)
- German Levental (indie - Adittional Programming, Scripting, QA)
- Mariano Obeid (killabunnies - Lead Programming)

Reviews


LaughingManRaLaughingManRa

Rated 3 / 5 stars

OK game, but too easy

I like the look of the game, but it'd be more challenging if there were a time limit or if the enemies could fire back at you somehow. As it is, you just have to hang out and wait for an opening. Your shots fall almost instantaneously, too, so you don't even need to have good timing.



GlumerlinkGlumerlink

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun

God this game has such an old feel to it. I actually have one of these types of games in my room that i got as a present years ago. Only difference is that it's some kind of space shooter game. Kind of interesting how technology evolves where now i can access something like that on here. Thanks for making it.



Jdietz43Jdietz43

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very inventive!

I love the look and feel of re-creating the Game and Watch style game animation. Something about that just oozes creativity. Using the Jurrasic Park theme in 8 bits was also a nice touch.

Though these games did go out of fashion for a reason, they're very restricted. The game doesn't really change much, nor can it. But that's just part of accepting this design.