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Aug 3, 2007 | 9:30 AM EDT

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It's been a while since our last game, 'abstract sea', but we are back with our brand new game 'spitwad'.

Play against the computer and compete for high scores, or play against a friend if you have one handy.

Hope you enjoy the game, please let us know what you think either here, or at our site



Rated 4 / 5 stars

It was interesting, because I didn't even know the computer was playing at first! I thought it was just me playing against myself! I know I at least clicked the screen when the computer started. I admit that is kind of an original idea. I haven't played one of those games like this. It does make it less fun when there are no obstacles or anything.

Wait, I'm thinking of the wrong kind of game. I thought it was fun to get close to hitting your opponent. While not that creative, still good. You could probably brush up on the graphics, too. You bet I recognize that music.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

lmao, a truly different time of fighting game! It's a fun idea on screen, though it'd just be gross in real life. Simple graphics, smooth controls; good gameplay overall. I appreciate the fact that you can play against both a computer or another player too. Lotta fun!



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Very creative

interesting twist to a classic game


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good game

that was a pretty nice and interesting game. it seemed a little easy, but sometimes it could get complex and it had a pretty nice challenge to it... and was also quite addicting as well. very nice to see. it was fun to play and your efforts were good.
nice work on it.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

NOthing new, and took too long

This game was simply tedious to wait for. It would have gotten a better rating if the turns were quicker, and the idea of a stationary missile game has been worn out by many great games like Bowmaster Prelude.

varstudios responds:

Bowmaster prelude is a completely different genre to this. Bowmaster is a tower defence game. The same aiming/firing mechanism doesn't make them the same.