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Action - Shooter - Vertical Flight

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Jul 17, 2011 | 5:34 PM EDT

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Cremation 5 Points Obliterate the first boss with all weapon slots equipped
Rookie 5 Points Finish the first area
AHK-372 10 Points Defeat the second boss
Damura 10 Points Defeat the first boss
Frequent Flyer 10 Points Fly 3,000 miles
Junkyard 10 Points Kill 4,000 enemies
Problem, Minecraft? 10 Points Collect 2,000 gems (spending them is allowed)
Variety 10 Points Use each weapon in the game at least once
Coeus 25 Points Defeat the fourth boss
Ding Ding 25 Points Reach level 20
Erebos 25 Points Defeat the third boss
Hardcore 25 Points Finish area 4 of AHK-372 with only a bullet rifle
Stealthy 25 Points Finish area 3 of Coeus without triggering any sentry lights
Untouchable 25 Points Finish area 4 of Erebos without taking any damage
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Author Comments

Classic top-down shooter with stat building and parts customization!
Multiple planets to see, weapons to collect, and big bosses to fight.
High scores and Medals available!

In the works since July 2010, the top-down shooter genre has been something I've always wanted to cover. Big thanks to Hyptosis and Kelwyshade for their art and music, otherwise I'd still be stuck with an unpolished engine. I think we ended up with a solid product, hope you enjoy!



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

It's ok

Not very good.

If you want me to avoid bullets I need a smaller ship, with a smaller hit box... if you want me to fight, then there needs to be more enemies, that take less hits. Right now you have a game with giant ships and few enemies but lots of quick moving bullets. So I slugishly float around the screen trying to dodge tiny pink dots that move faster then I can ever dream of moving while being forced to shoot giant screen blocking enemies a hundred times in a row with six different weapons. It's too much. The game is difficult, but for the wrong reasons...

You need to focus your game on one main point. Is it about killing things before they kill you, or is it about avoiding bullets until you reach the end of the stage? Trying to do both just makes a difficult, clunky, unpolished game.

Also, why am I punished for replaying levels? Why lower the exp? Shouldn't you want people to come back and replay levels over and over and over again? Why discourage this? That's stupid. Instead, you should encourage it by giving out not only exp, but challenge awards. Like, beating each stage without getting hit or killing all of the enemies. You should never, ever, discourage a player from replaying your game.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


Ive probably spent about an hour on area 3 with no progress. I have money to buy things, but there is nothing left to buy. I noticed there are locked slots, but I dont know how to use them. Overall, I would say this game would be good, but Its just too damn hard.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Not as good as I expected...

I'm a really big fan of bullet hell games, and this does not feel like a proper bullet hell. It seems like I'm dodging ships more than bullets in all actuality. Maybe this was how you intended the game to work but personally, I lost interest after the second level. While the upgrade system is a very nice thing to have (especially in bullet hells) it seems like the only way to get any kind of money is by running into large ships and taking damage only to reach a single "dollar" which is cut in thirds if I happen to die. The hit box is a bit too large for my tastes as well, more and more I found myself barely squeezing past an enemy ship or just barely squeezing between a pair of bullets. Once I got past the hit-box however, I was confronted with gameplay that felt like mere torture. The game controls fine, no doubts there, but the overall controls feel very lacking. I'm not even sure there was a bomb button in the game.

I've been a fan of Afro-Ninja for a long time, when I saw this on the frontpage I raced to try it. I really expected more of you Afro-Ninja.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


it wasn't bad for the first few levels, but after that it gets old. fast. And after level 1 everything becomes a flurry of cluster****ed enemies and bullets. I dont see how anyone can get past the first world, let alone the whole game.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


annoying sounds , and same old game play , slightly intresting graphics