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Most computers should run on medium or low quality

Left and right arrow keys = aim
Space bar = fire
Z = volley

Welcome to Onslaught. In a world of goblins and ogres, you must take it upon yourself to destroy them before they destroy you. The bow and arrow, the lost art of defense, is your weapon. Your enemies are not to be underestimated. The greatest tactician learns the art of war before stepping into battle. A tutorial, built by the masters of war, will give you the information you need, but even they cannot prepare you for what lies ahead. Aim and anticipation will be your greatest allies. Good luck.

A game by McKenzie Kerman and Michael Wells.
Special thanks to Newgrounds own Liljim for Php help.

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fairly good game and entertaining but it's just broken

This game is harrd but not unfair or frustrating game says that whitout a tutorial you die in 15 seconds, disagree even thou I am not very good marksmen I could jump right in to it with no problems and beat it. Overall a lot of fun gives old flash vibe all around.

It starts off unironically with"This game is graphically intensive". What followed is one of the least graphically impressive games I've played all day on Newgrounds and belive me you, I've been on here all frickin' day, man! 2005 was a better time. 7/10. Would have given 10/10 but it's no longer 2005 :(

Man, I loved this game back in the day... and still love it 10 years after!! Great work!
What about a sequel?

This game isn't very good 1. You should be able to aim with the mouse but you can't. 2. The graphics are bad. 3. Each level is either too easy or too hard.

Credits & Info

4.08 / 5.00

Jan 15, 2005
7:28 PM EST
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