Great game. Keep up the good work.
It was ok.
Tell you the trust it was nothing special. I liked it at first, but then it got boring after the third person. Im not sure if its me but i don't think the computer should be juggling. The final battle with the identity stealer, the swordsman who i have to fight is kinda annoying. The only move he really does is when im in the air and he does the same exact move and juhhle me up in the air. Really ive seen players do that but usually the computer has its own variety of attacks. It rarely supposed to repeat itself which the same move over and over. Every other character used different moves everytime they attack and the swordsman just jumps and does the light attack in the air all day. I thought that u were going to be able to steal someone's identity whenever u want. I mean the person's identity could be random but at least give us the ability to change when we want to. The characters react real slow, even the fast characters, There were only a few items which wasnt good. But overall it was a decent game
Piconjo actually has one of the largest attack sets, and whether he uses light or fierce attacks is decided randomly.
... What can one say?
Pure battling fun with NG characters in Smash Bros style, just awesome!
(And no, it's not a rip of SB, not in my opinion at least.)
This was so amusing.
Kept me at my computer for longer than I'd like to admit.
Piconjo was obviously the best character, and I really enjoyed how nearly all of the story lines had a starge involving Salad fingers obsessing over Alien Hominid.
This game was really well put together and by only playing it for a little I could tell that you put a LOT of work into it.
The only grudge I hold is that you can only attack on enemy at a time, even if there are mone in your range.
Sequel <3 ????
Funny that you noticed that about Salad. It was tough to come up with 4 reasons for each character to be fighting another of the characters (Didn't just wanna go the cliche FIGHTING TOURNAMENT route), so I had a couple of wild cards I could pull out in any case. Salad Fingers was one, because he's broken in the head. Samurai was the other because he was on a rampage.
Sequel = probably.
Very well done.
However, I would like to hit more than one person when attacking.
Just saying that hitting more than one on Convict's last level would have saved me some grief.