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Enemy Planet

rated 2.78 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Horizontal Flight

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Dec 5, 2008 | 5:22 AM EST

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Planet Earth is attacked by enemy rockets.
You have to launch a space station to travel in space, land on the enemy planet, and destroy rocket launchers using a robot, that is equipped with a laser gun.
-All the controls are located in the mission control panel.
-Press the launch button to release the space ship into space.
-Press up/down controls to move the spaceship in up/down directions.
-Avoid hitting the rockets and asteroids during the space voyage.
-If the enemy rockets hit the earth the game ends.
-Your satellite is attracted due to gravity pull by the other orbiting planets in space. Avoid hitting them by moving away from them by using up/down buttons
-When the spaceship enters into the orbit around the enemy planet, Press the launch button to make the satellite land on the enemy planet.
-After the satellite lands on the enemy planet, press the up/down buttons to move the robot in up/down directions respectively, and to avoid enemy rockets.
-The laser gun automatically fires and destroys the enemy rocket launchers.



Rated 1 / 5 stars


You should test stuff before submitting D: It's not really good to play.

cagedlion responds:

I have tested the game several times and did not find any bugs. If you have found any please send a bug report. If you did not find the game really good it is another story.


Rated 1 / 5 stars


sorry but the movement was to fast for the attacks on earth and the click to move just made that alot worst

cagedlion responds:

Oh! my! I'm sorry!


Rated 2 / 5 stars

bad controls

keyboard controls please. clicking buttons to move is to awkward. also wasnt really sure what i was supposed to do until a rock hit the earth.

cagedlion responds:

The scene is the space mission control desk. The controls are included in the desk, and not by arrow keys of your PC. The space, earth, space station, asteroids, and rockets are shown in the projection TV screen of the control desk. This is something novel!


Rated 1 / 5 stars

All but unplayable

Why? Why are we forced to use two separate buttons to move the ship? And why can't we move forward and back? What is this game trying to be. It most closely resembles a side scrolling shooter. If that's the case than the control scheme has already been established: arrow keys to move, space to fire. The 'control panel' nearly breaks this game.

Beyond the abysmal controls, the graphics leave much to be desired. The 'frame' around space creates a cramped feeling, something directly detrimental to face exploration. The sound design is a bother as well. Exploding asteroids do not sound like clown horns.

cagedlion responds:

Please see my comments above.