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Jun 7, 2013 | 3:28 PM EDT

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Fire your lasers at the enemy ships and avoid being shot. Use the mouse to control your ship and either left click or press space to shoot. You can also always pause the game by pressing 'p'.

Watch out for sharks with lasers, your weapons won't damage them!!!

Reviews


MaxPackMaxPack

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 20, 2013

*sees shark in space with lazors*
HOLY MOTHER OF GOD THIS IS A GREAT GAME


noonathon responds:

:) glad you like it!


trololol250trololol250

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 9, 2013

Is an awesome game! good job!
for the awesomeness i will give you 5/5 stars and 1000 point of awesomeness :)
Good job!



icesmokericesmoker

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 9, 2013

Really cool game :) was fun!


noonathon responds:

thanks :)


MiniDroidKreatorMiniDroidKreator

Rated 1 / 5 stars June 9, 2013

This isn't all too different from others games with similar concepts other than the score dropping at a fast rate. I'm sure the score is either meant to rise or the score is to stay at 0 as long as possible.


noonathon responds:

The general idea is that the player loses points if they don't stop enemy ships from going passed, as a result of this, it is possible to get a score below 0.


beascobeasco

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 7, 2013

Good job there noonathon, a solid game with great graphics. The lighting effects are even better than COD Ghost (although that's not too hard) and the sound is amazing, a great cover of John Cage's 4'33". Although not five stars as I would prefer a different shade of green for the game title, even though the colour you have chosen symbolises the inner anguish of the protagonist as they fly through space on their desperate journey to escape the enemy (especially the sharks with "lasers").


noonathon responds:

Thanks, obviously John Cage did it better, but I think I did his work justice with my cover. As to the green, you have an interesting theory, however I was really trying to make the player see the anguish that lies within him/herself.