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Jul 22, 2014 | 9:40 AM EDT

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Standoff is a highscore-based web browser game that pits the player against an endless number of mobsters in surprisingly calm and collected gun fights. Outwit the enemy to survive!

Standoff was the result of a week-long game jam that we did way back in September 2013, when we first got together to make games. We delayed releasing it because we were not satisfied with the gameplay. We decided to put it up now as a way to get advice from the gaming community.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

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HeadBossBobHeadBossBob

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Although, I was able to get past 17 rounds just by spamming the down key, I eventually started seeing the subtle advantages of shooting normally or shooting while crouched, which gave the game a little bit more strategy and tactics.
I do feel, however that this would be an amazing game if you could make it multiplayer or even make it online multiplayer.


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zerothunderzerothunder

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It simple and yet kinda difficult if you misjudge the simple gameplay but after for awhile it feels enjoyable. Good work.

If anyone interested, I made a lets play on this game. Feel free to watch it.
http://youtu.be/9pQyXRg3GAs



n0xx42n0xx42

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun concept, beautifully executed, and overall enjoyable.

The game holds you for awhile in the first sitting, but replay value diminished after each session.
What this games really needs to keep me, and I'm assuming others is multiplayer (at the very least local multiplayer, which wouldn't be hard to implement).



Neo-DarkHeartNeo-DarkHeart

Rated 3 / 5 stars

... Can I please get a checkpoint?


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LethalElephantForceLethalElephantForce

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Great aesthetics and atmospherics! Just a shame about the repetitive nature of the gameplay and the lack of a sense of progression/development.

It is a bit more subtle than "just keep pressing down", when you get into it. The right-shot is better in terms of safety as it takes less time to withdraw to cover than when prone.


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