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The deluxe version of the game is up. You can check it at http://www.garegame.com , soon also on desura and other digital stores.

Set in a "tron" like world, Gare takes the player to control a mech. Having recently graduate from the academy the player follows the command of Capt. Howards in 10 missions to end a war that has been going on for ages on the Vitris-47 planet.
With diferent goals, obstacles and types of enemies (plus some bosses) Gare have diferent types of gameplay in a fun and beautiful environment.
Character progression is a big part of the game. Level up, get new gear, unlock skills to fight more!!!
Basic controls WASD /arrows / mouse.

Update_1 : Thanks to the bug reports, fixed the issue with the cannon. Working on a fix to solve the issue if your save is already corrupted .
Thanks for the support.

Reviews


SlayonSlayon

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 24, 2012

Hte only thing i have to crtitics i have to this game is that it's over. Hope the sequel won't take to long to be launched.



NorNor

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 24, 2012

Great Game, I loved it.



TheMulletronTheMulletron

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

Quite an interesting little game that kept me entertained for a while, but there are a few concerns I have...

1) The upgrade system suffers badly from power creep, (when you just buy increasingly bigger weapons for increasingly tougher enemies) which makes choices uninteresting, 1-dimentional, no-brainers which doesn't make for a fun game.

In truth each button on the selection panel should lead to an entirely different piece of equipment, (which allows the player a differnt approach to fighting within the game) and at least relegate upgrading said equipment to a seperate button. (If not removing upgrades entirely.)

2) The game can do with a splash of colour, (I mean, everything's just a shade blue!) the enemies at least should be a different colour (perhaps red/orange?), as well as the environment where you should be more inventive with colour schemes, maybe even develop themes (like shades of blue for earlier stages, red shades for later ones.)

3) The missions too are also rather samey, (go here, gather these objects, kill a big enemy) they can do with being a little more diverse in nature, like defend a base, raid a convoy, or maybe something more dynamic, like a mission where you attempt to capture nodes in order to make a 'link' to the enemy's base in order to destroy it, all the while the enemy try's to do the same to yours.

You can even ditch the mission style of gameplay altogether and opt for a more open style of gameplay (like for example, the game "Shellcore: Command" which can be found on this site.)

All in all quite a good game, but could stand to be alot better in my opinion.

PS. My review is rather critical, but that's only because I see so much potential in this game (I mean, this style of game is right up my alley) and I feel this game can be so much more, given enough time and effort.


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gangstar59gangstar59

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

its look so cool
i like gfx
long time pass i didnt play great top down shooter like this



Mc837Mc837

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

Played it all the way to the end, lovely game!
A few critiques: the different upgrade options aren't really balanced. If you look at the graphs, you'll see that the first legs, second body and second weapon are the strongest. Put together they offer the most powerful mech. But that also depends on gaming style ;D
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