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Very hardware intensive! Download the .exe file here: http://uploaded.to/?id=u3 qgb5

2 protagonists, 2 play modes, 2 different campaigns, 2x25 stages and uncountable enemies, upgrades and colors!

Play either as White or as Black and experience 2 different gameplays.
While White is more versatile, Black is more action-oriented...

Edit:
Note that you should *hold* the mouse button in order to shoot.

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nice

Really playable, nicely done. Black was definetely funner.

It's awesome

This game is really good. The graphics are wonderful and I like how the enemies are exploding. Also the different play modes are really good and especially the black stage mode was great. There the sun boss fight I liked very much.
Well done.

Old School

Takes you back the the days of asteroids but updates the game play. Very nice. Might i suggest changing the way the upgrades come at you after you destroy an enemy... Confused the hell out of me, thought they were bullets to dodge.

Great, quality game.

This was a really good game, tha quality reminded me of Geometry Wars. With a little modification, this could be a really successful multiplayer or single player game on a console download service. I liked fighting the other "side" as a boss fight and the upgrading abilities. Maybe there could be some more variation to the powerups, though I know the simplicity of the attack is part of what makes the game successful. Overall, great job.

Great game!

I kind of like how it has that old Asteroids type feel..but of course without the having to basically run into asteroids to shoot them, haha! I like the upgrades factor, and the graphics are nice and sleek for a flat 2d game. It's also nice that you can choose your branch of upgrades. Keep up the good work!

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Score
4.13 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jul 23, 2007
4:57 AM EDT
Genre
Action - Shooter - Multidirectional
  • Daily 2nd Place July 24, 2007