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Swallow of Fukushima

rated 3.22 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Vertical Flight

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Oct 15, 2011 | 5:13 AM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place October 16, 2011

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Take role of swallow at fukushima nuclear power plant and escape from japan islands. Your path is crossed by mutated animals. Don't let any of them touch you. Collect power-ups and evolve your bird as you like.

In case of trouble read in-game "how to".

It is best to play with mouse. (touchpad makes it difficult)
Game also requires some multitasking ability.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Ok but not the greatest

Needed to download new software just to play it.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good game but could have been better.

This was a pretty fun game, the upgrade section may have worked better on a pause menu but it wasn't too bad. The graphics could have been better but what was really missing were bosses. I understand why there wouldn't be but still, it would have been cool to fight a giant mutated squid or something.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not Bad

It's a fun little game and the shooter aspect is well implemented, but there are several areas that it could use improvement.

First of all, the graphics. While the swallow itself looks fine, the rest of the enemies are far too abstract. I mean, I get the flying fish and giant squids, but the red Xs with eyes? Not sure what those are supposed to be. While I am a fan of simplistic graphics, these were too simplistic.

While the core gameplay is good, there are a few tweaks that would make it a lot better. The first is the speed of the swallow. Even after upgrading several times, it always felt like I was flying far too sluggish. Fire rate and weapon upgrade were nice and felt like they actually made a difference.

The music and sounds were all right, they weren't intrusive to bother, but neither did they stand out to me.

All in all, a fun little game that could use a few improvements to make it better.

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Velocitus responds:

Thanks! The 'X' is (based on sound) a pixel owl :-) (my brother's idea you know)