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Crush commies to earn cash, upgrade your vehicle and head back out to crush some more!
Commie Crush is my first big release in a long time. Hope you enjoy the mayhem and the violence.
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It was a fun game to play. Graphics were nice and sharp.. no lagging issues. The music was alright.. although the gameplay loop got a little old. Some visual changes to vehicles as you upgrade would be better.. also as the vehicles get performance upgrades it should be more obvious to the players. The slow acceleration made it a little boring.. should be able to pick up speed a lot faster... more so when engine upgrades are purchased. Still a great game. Part 2?
I'm mulling over a sequel or a spin off with similar gameplay but a different motif. We'll see what 2013 brings. Glad you enjoyed it.
A few issues that I have found is the suspension and tire mods seem to have no effect on game play that I can see as the jeep still sits like a lowrider with an extra 2 tons of bricks in the back and the tires look the same. And of course it sill wind up catching tons of heads and other various bits.
Boost doesn't seem do much either but that might be because I can't figure out if the jeep is front wheel drive, rear wheel or all wheel.
I really do like the overall concept of the game but it has a few bugs that make playing it more like a grind\luck fest.
All the upgrades do have an effect though you're right that the suspension is the least noticeable. Its main purpose is to make riding over body parts a little bit easier. Boost gives you more nitro!
I 100% agree that it needed a little more time in the oven.
that song... "Johnny i hardly new ya" by Dropkick Murphys!
game is good, but u didn't mention that composer of music aren't you. could be 4+, but i like Murphys too much so u take only 2.
The rock rendition by the Dropkick Murphy's was definitely a source of inspiration for our own track but it's a very popular folk song all the same. The music in the game is an original track from John Hughes of Twune. The fact you can't tell the difference is a colossal compliment to how good John is.
I find this game really funny, the american-irish tune and the commie crushing tickle my sense of humor.
Still playing, haven't got to the end yet. I have no idea why I like it so much.
A bloody head bouncing along your windshield for the entire run is my guess. 8D
I just had a blast with this game. It took me longer than it probably should have to beat it, but I thought it was a lot of fun. It's a solid 4/5.
Congrats on crushing all the commies!
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