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Microcosmic Shooter

January 12, 2011 –
April 25, 2012
This entry was deleted.

Here is its eulogy, a collection of the kind words written about it while still among the living. They shall live on forever in its place.

Author Comments

Name: Microcosmic Shooter

Description:
one day, you see a mosquito when you are brushing, but you become small during you kill it. you need to collect some tools to battle with the mosquito and become normal. can you collect all tools and overbear it?

Instruction:
use mouse to play.

Reviews

I'll give it a solid 8, good graphics, nice idea, though a little lacking in the player involvement. I could foresee a good game if you maybe created an area where the player had to actually build his tools, rather than have the pieces just put themselves together. Maybe change up the enemies a bit in order to motivate the player to switch weapons and such.

Also, I gotta say to the kid who didn't know what a microcosm was, try dictionary.com before you spout off about words you don't know. Jesus...

Anyway, nice little game you got here

Slayer you can't take a point away for that. It was submitted for you to play and rate the game just because the name isn't what you'd think it should be. What did you think of the game is what these rating are for not the name.

Anyway great game i enjoyed it although most the mosquitoes didn't attack which made it a bit easy.

I feel like after i cleared the room with 6-7 files in it, along the floor by the sink, something should have happened. Another arrow should have appeared or something, but nothing did.

decent time killer and good. I only dockin a point cause of the title. it should be microscopic, not cosmic. kind misleadin in thinkin the game had something to do with outer space and a shrink ray.

I'd actually pay Xbox Live about 50 cents for this little adventure, and 50 cents more for each continuation! Very well done, you oughta really think of selling this game.

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Score
3.89 / 5.00