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Oct 31, 2011 | 7:04 PM EDT

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A collaboration between me, Mike Hindley (Dracelix), and Kwing, we started a little under a month ago and give you this. Play as Benjamin Scars, a demon from hell, and fight through ten waves of enemies. Compete for the highest score on the leaderboards in this beat-em up arena style game.

Arrow Keys - Move
Z - Projectile
X - Radial Attack
C - Teleport
Space - Attack



Rated 3 / 5 stars June 20, 2012

It's okay I geuss


Rated 0 / 5 stars June 17, 2012

I dont even know wat to do on this game its just... no

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Rated 1 / 5 stars June 3, 2012

Just plain bad


Rated 2 / 5 stars January 13, 2012


Thsi game is wierd. it feels like an alpha that shouldn't have been released yet. it has plenty of potential, but it's so rough around the edges that you could sand a floor with it.

The graphics were pretty cool . that's the best thing to be said about it. the style of the character art was striking and memorable. Everything else just felt sloppy and unfinished though. Like the way attacking instantly stops or starts with spacebar, and the fact that there's no sound, blood, knockback, or reaction of any sort from hitting things. That coupled with the high health made me wonder for the first minute if i was even hitting anything at all. (and the health bars are hard to see)

it feels like you started on making a great game, and stopped working on it when it was only 15% finished. There's a lot of neat things that could be done here, but this game as is just feels like an empty, unfinished shell.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars January 1, 2012

Could use improvement

Happy New Year's or well, Halloween in this case I guess. I think the weakest part about this was that there weren't any sound effects when enemies were being struck. It was weird how there was sound with you swinging the weapons. The best part is probably the animaiton. While it may seem a little dated, it's still a pretty nicely set of drawings. The music isn't bad either. It's just that it seemed like it was the same thing over and over with you pressing the space button.

I just ask for games that have more dimension to them. The way the character moved around wasn't bad, but it just never seemed to go anywhere. It has a pretty cool name to its credit. I just wish that you could have more gameplay in terms of going to different locations. Maybe you could make another game where you went to different parts of a detailed room.