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Oct 29, 2013 | 2:16 PM EDT

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Blazing Void: The Burning Planet offers an arcade-style and fast-paced spacefighting game, combining the simplicity of Asteroids with the depth of modern war games like Ace Combat or Dynasty Warriors. Counting with a storyline for the player to follow apart from wave and practice modes, the game is available in both English and Spanish (translated by native speakers).

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culvoxculvox

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 3, 2014

good game


AcetheSuperVillain responds:

Thanks, bro


alanek2002alanek2002

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 5, 2013

At first, I was unhappy with this game. It was too hard, everything cost too much.... And then I realized: Its like Some of the console games I had trouble with, on gamecube, and N64. It took so long to get anywhere in those, yet it was the most satisfying when you actually did! Though I feel ships should be unlocked as you go along, not paid for, but thats relatively minor. Amazing game!


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svaerthsvaerth

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 29, 2013

dude i am really impressed by this game! this is a really cool idea! The ships looked really cool, and i like the way it controlled, the only thing would have wanted to change was running into enemy ships. I think i'm not understanding how i was intended to fight enemy ships because i keep on wanting to fly by and hit them, but if i'm not looking dead at them then my primary weapon won't hit, so i end up missing completely or running into them. But i'm sure as I play more i'll figure out the intended strategy. anyway, I think this is a fantastic job


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AcetheSuperVillain responds:

An interesting problem... Assuming you are still using the Alloy Tengu, your built-in weapon should be able to auto-aim at enemies with fairly good accuracy. Warrior Mode will have a wider aimable arc than Fighter mode. Tap Z instead of holding Z to get the fast shot. Alloy Tengu's hold Z is destructive, but very slow, so it's only appropriate for slow targets or at very close range.

You can watch me playing the game here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMmW9KKyM-8

If you like ramming into enemies anyways, buy the GriffoRanger or Macrosaur, as they have built-in melee weapons.


BrunnO-XDBrunnO-XD

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 1, 2013

OMG, This game is amazing, very reminiscent of the SNES style, the graphics, the sounds, of course, the game is pretty hard, but the thing to do so there is no way to grade below 4 for this game, you are to be congratulated for this job.
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emre77881emre77881

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 5, 2013

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