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Nov 6, 2011 | 7:54 PM EST
  • Underdog of the Week November 9, 2011
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Bullet Maze is a unique combination of bullet hell shooter and mouse maze. Navigate your way through hundreds of bullets at once in over 50 levels.

Controls - Mouse to move, left click to change color.

Progress is saved every time you beat a level, feel free to come back later if you get stuck or need a break.

Reviews


ninjawafflezninjawafflez

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is awesome

it kinda messes with your head a little, cause i keep hesitating to touch bullets even if there the same colour as me, great idea for a game!



shadowking1130shadowking1130

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Original

i love the difficulty ramp, and the minimalist feel to it. just goes to show that you can make a good game without over complication.



KikoshouKikoshou

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Would have loved a tweak on the controls.

Fun game, but I admit I have a lot of annoyances with trying to click to change colour and having moved my cursor slightly off screen left my guy unchanged and dead. If the game had used a keystroke to change colours, like space or something it would have had a greater precision to it. I do admit thought that I did play this on a laptop, and this game might feel a lot better to those that play with a mouse instead of a touchpad.

Otherwise a minimalist design that seems to have stolen a bit of design from Ikaruga, but I'll chalk that up to more a homage than a ripoff.



Sonicdude2001Sonicdude2001

Rated 5 / 5 stars

amazing

its really an a-MAZE-ing



TrippyZeroTrippyZero

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good game, not too hard, not too easy.

When I first chose to play this game I expected an extremely hard bullet-hell game like "World's Hardest Game" but this is not that hard. I like that you eased into the difficulty, and it's difficult without being impossible. This game is more like a perception sort of game, every level has a pattern that can be exploited to get through it more easily, and it's less about dodging than it is about moving and switching at the correct moment. Kept me on my toes, and the levels were hard without being repetitive or being so hard that they caused me to rage, and they were just difficult enough that they were still fairly easily beaten, but made it satisfying when you beat them. I beat all the regular levels, but I only managed to get to level 12 in expert mode before I quit, but I like that you added the really hard levels as extras, instead of putting them in the regular stages. Overall I give it a 9/10, a good time waster that's just difficult enough to keep you going.


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