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Try to stop the rocks from destroying all your buildings by shooting them out of the sky!
This version is the latest and greatest, lots of improvements. Last version (2.0) was accidentally an old version.
This game is pretty fun. I like each of the powerups, and especially like the feeling of nailing a perfect triple-shot triple-hit. The way the powerups are designed means they can combine their abilities, which made me play till I got every combination, just to see how cool they each were. On the flipside of the powerup diversity, however, is the actual challenge of the game, the boulders. They are all the same, and always fly at the same speed, on the same several paths, and with the same texture and animation. The most annoying part of the boulders is when they enter the screen from the very edge, meaning if you hadn't prefired, you're going to take a hit. Overall, it's a very fun game that needs a bit of diversity past the powerups to keep interest held long.
Thanks for the specific feedback. Very helpful and even grammatically correct! Not typical of the internet...
Well made, though not my cup of tea
Graphics could be better. Aiming could be better. There are so many tower defense games and arrow shooting games that it should have had that extra oomph to make me want to play THIS defense game
Reminds me of this game I used to play on a really old computer that ran XP or something. Suffice to say that without a likeable visual style, any kind of upgrade system, or even decent music and sound, this makes for a really bland play experience.
I might, for example, play this game if I was having trouble sleeping and needed something to help me doze off.
Oops, I suspect you were playing the OLD version which I accidentally uploaded instead. I fixed it, and uploaded the new version, which is much improved, at about 7:30 last night. I'd encourage you to give it another go. My bad.
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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