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Apr 21, 2011 | 5:48 AM EDT
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Learn to fly 5 Points Evolve the vertical movement mutation
Blood on your hands 25 Points Get to rank 3 in the Destroyer challenge
Phew, that was close 25 Points Get to rank 3 of the Graze challenge
Two Headed Freak 25 Points Get to rank 3 in the Mutant challenge
Job done 50 Points Complete the game
You're the man 100 Points Complete all the challenges
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Author Comments

Putting it simply, this is a bullet hell shooter.

Features:

Procedurally generated enemies:
All the enemy sprites are generated in code, meaning millions of possible baddie images, every game looks different.

Random soundtrack:
By combining 11 drum and bass tracks the in-game soundtrack varies every level.

Evolution path:
The core of the game. Each path provides a unique power-up, giving the player multiple options and ways to play through the game.

Go complete those challenges and earn those medals. Enjoy the destruction.

V1.1:
This update may take a little while to filter through the system, it's only minor amends, so if you're stuck playing plain old v1.0 you're not really missing much.
- Hi-Score text made smaller, as ZeoTerraBladeOmega broke it with his early epic score.
- Bug with certain challenges going over their max value should be fixed, thanks to Yatsufusa.
- On game complete your score is submitted automatically, thanks FoldingDuckling for pointing that out.

Reviews


SeaMaidSeaMaid

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 10, 2013

I like this Bullet Hell. Although the bosses' patterns were rather generic, it became a fun challenge by the combining of two bosses at the same time.
While somewhat challenging, it wasn't too hard. I liked how the upgrades gave you some freedom to test new styles.

The only things I can complain about are the use of 3D backgrounds with a 2D surface - I always think that the styles clash too much - and the music. It felt kind of repetitive and generally hard to listen to. There should have been a possibility to turn the music off but keep the sound effects, since I liked the voice.



ZalphaZalpha

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 11, 2013

I was waiting for some massive boss in the final level so I ended up going through the entire thing without using the Redrum. Fun game altogether though.



XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 13, 2013

Fun shooter

You have Processed alot into this game and shows the work you have done with the visuals, and bringsout a sense of entertaining value that i like to see in these types of games, And even some unnecessarily moments but ultimately it was still a fun flash entery and had lots of positive points that i came to enjoy, so keep up with that. Fun shooter game here, the graphics were notbad i like the different backrounds and some reall trippy ones that made for a fun game here, some levels were kind of hard but it was still pretty fun. The biggest or even the smallest projects are not the best ones, but i do like the little things you have done here, Its the little things like this one, that makes a game fun and entertaining, Hope to see more stuff like this from you soon.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
You have engineered a good game here there are still some more ways to clean it up, i think i may have a few ideas that could make this into an even more engineered concept full of even more ideas and such



TheZanmatoTheZanmato

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 11, 2012

Wow... I just love this game! Great job :)



samuelclsamuelcl

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 13, 2012

hmm. I remember seeing a 3D version of this, with the same mechanics and upgrades, DN7 i think.
Almost no change, except for the graphics but fun.


Squize responds:

Yep, almost like I was a bit cheeky and lazy where I just wanted to try out 3D in Flash rather than making a full blown sequel :)