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Growth Homicide

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Sep 29, 2006 | 12:45 PM EDT

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Note*there are difficulty settings*
You are an advanced cell in an ancient body. The other cells natural instinct is to combine into the largest cell to make it larger. You being the advanced cell don't want these idiot cells merging with you.
Use your shield,laser and other weapons to hold the hords of cells off.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

not a bad way to kill some time

way to go matt. glad to see that there are different levels as the easy one is to easy.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

neat game

that was a pretty interesting, unique and original game you got here. i'm real glad that there was a difficulty setting to this one too, since the easier setting was way too easy, but the harder ones were more challenging and also made it quite addiciting as well. it was a good way to kill time. the idea behind this game was great too, made for some extra entertainment.
good work on this one.

Over-Kill responds:

Glad you enjoyed it.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very Good

The only criticism I have is that the wave beam is broken. Enemy cells don't reach the shield unless I let them once I have wave beam. Also, upgrading the size of the laser will do the same (though it will take several levels). Otherwise, it's a lot of fun, the music loop is long enough to not be obnoxious, and the gameplay is amusing for a good while.

Over-Kill responds:

Thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


my had me playing this for 2 hours...2 hours!! It is very addictive. It is a great game though! the sound was awesome, I turned my stereos all the way up, and i like how you can just keep going and becoming stronger. what would be better though, is if the back cells would form together between them besides you so that it will make it harder. Great Job!!

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Over-Kill responds:

Wow 2 hours.
I'm glad you enjoyed it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Oddly addictive, and I rarely say that about a game. :D

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