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Blowing Pixels Planet Defender is an arcade shooter that's strong on strategy with a retro soul, featuring stunning explosions a beautiful soundtrack and great effects.
You have to defend 3 planets from asteroids, ufos and alien bombs falling from the deep space, but power-ups and weapon ugrades will help you during your adventure.
- stunning explosions
- 3 difficulty levels
- 3 planets
- 15 waves of enemies
- 26 different enemies
- 2 music tracks
The game has been developed by Lowpoly Studios and sponsored by AskFlashGames.com and it's also available for iPhone and iPod touch on the App Store.
For more info check the game website: www.blowing-pixels.com
not bad game, but need more work
Not bad. But not great either ( no offense ) The game needs more... Excitement so that the players would have anticipation. and the music makes it a little worse ( no offense again ) you could make it a little jazzy, jumpy, pop kind of thing to energize the player. But overall, I've seen worse games :)
The upgrades came quickly, which made the game quite easy, despite the long waves of enemies. The long waves didn't really increase the challenge of the game, as much as they just made it boring to play.
Also, there should be a notice that the player is on the last level. By that point in the game, if that wasn't the end, I was going to quit. And I noticed that if you use a bomb power, the enemies destroyed in the blast don't give you points. I'm not sure if this was intended or a mistake, but it made me want to avoid that power completely.
Aside from those problems it was a decent game. All of the good part were done incredibly well. I give it a 7/10.
Kind of slow paced....
But fun. Made me think of missle command. An old time favorite. :)
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