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Uncle Bob-Level 1

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Apr 25, 2000 | 1:03 PM EDT

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This a game showing a man's anger towards his Internet Provider, by going on a rampage! Level 2 is coming soon!



Rated 1 / 5 stars

i wish i could to this to my ISp


Rated 0 / 5 stars



Rated 2 / 5 stars

I must say, I really did enjoy the funny little introduction of some man getting overly angry with his Internet provider in this case "Poo Poo Internet." The rainbow clothing was kind of funny as well and added to the overall humour of the game. The boss at the end was a nice touch of mixing things up.

The background in which you shoot them is very plain, with no colour except the annoying title barriers which just get in the way of the gameplay. The controls can be crappy at times and the employees quality is very poorly done. There could be some suiting music to the game to make it more enjoyable as well as perhaps a counter keeping track of how many you've killed, perhaps a 3D sort of shooter effect, or maybe have some employees smarter and better armed instead of just constantly popping in and out of the way of the screen. Upgrades and better weapons is another good idea this could use too.

A decent shooter I suppose, but the quality and overall bland feel of it is very lame, and makes me loose interest rather quickly. Good try, but there are a lot of suggestions this game needs to take in.



Rated 1 / 5 stars

A very dull shooting gallery type game where a man gets angry at his useless internet provider. The artwork is pretty awful, the sound is average, and the hit detection in the game is pretty bad. Could have been a lot better. Just a mediocre copy of other games.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hey, my name's Bob, what a coincidence. :D The concept of the game isn't all that bad, but the controls are pretty glitchy. Clicking on the characters don't always kill them if you don't time it exactly right, and if you miss just one you die! How about a collective score or a continue button? Keep it going!