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D-Day Defender

rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Fixed

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Jun 6, 2009 | 3:38 AM EDT

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First Blood 10 Points Kill your first enemy.
Game Over 10 Points Let history take its course.
Having a Blast 10 Points Launch your first mortar strike.
Movie Fan 10 Points Don't skip any of the in-game cutscenes.
Pacifist 10 Points Die without killing a single enemy.
Cannon Fodder 25 Points Kill 100 footsoldiers.
Collateral 25 Points Take out least 5 enemies with one explosion.
FLAK Expert 25 Points Shoot down 6 enemy airplanes.
Panzerschreck 25 Points Destroy 6 tanks.
Getting the Hang of it 50 Points Stay alive for 50 hours.
Hang in There 50 Points Regain your health after nearly dying.
Massacre 50 Points Destroy 500 enemies.
Get Out More 100 Points Survive for 250 hours.
Master Tactician 100 Points Chain 4 explosions.

Author Comments

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D-Day: June 6, 1944, 6:30 am. 160,000 allied infantry troops are approaching the coasts of Normandy to conduct the largest amphibious landing in history. There you are, a lone soldier in a turret. How long can you hold them off?

Note: D-Day Defender is not beatable. History will have its course, and the Allied Invasion will succeed. But how long will you endure?

- Mouse to aim and shoot by clicking.
- "A" to reload
- "S" to use 'engineer powerups', and;
- "D" to launch a mortar strike (when it's ready).
- "P" to pause the game
- "M" to mute.

- Fire at groups of enemies for better efficiency.
- Vehicles explode, time those well so you take out a couple of soldiers as well.
- Gun overheated? Reload while you wait!

Major thanks to the following guys for beta-testing this game: Deadclever23, liaaaam, Saza, and other people I've forgotten (sorry). Even bigger thanks to Zuggz for decompiling my swf after I lost al my files in a crash. Decompilers are quite useful after all, so are back-ups.
Also props to FatKidWitAJetPak for writing the cutscenes!



Rated 3 / 5 stars


Yeah, l know this game is supposed to have a deep meaning and stuff, but, you know, you have to look at how the game plays more than the backstory..
For starters, it is WAY too hard.
No extra weapons, a crappy machine gun than needs reloading every now and then...
And then there are the planes...
They can kill you with 1 hit and most of the time there are 2 lined up, making it impossible to beat them both...
Some of the medals don't work, and recently l can't even play the game because the reload button won't work..
Sorry, but your playtesters did a horrible job...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


91 Hours lasted. Well, that's some of the best 91 hours I have played on here. Great game with a lot of value. Makes one think about the past and history of what shaped out world as it is today.

Keep up the great work, 10 out of 10.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good game.

It was pretty fun, all around good game, but I was a little disappointed in not getting the medals I earned. Get that fixed, and a few other small glitches in the game, and it should be perfect.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great for its statement, not its gameplay.

This game is great. It is a masterpiece. It's not here to give you great gameplay, it's here to say something. Not every war is made up of good guys and bad guys, and not every war has a dark side and light side. You play a a simple german soldier, staving off the Allied invasion. Instead of actual detailed figures, the author places the enemies as dark shapes. This is again, fitting with the message. You can't think of the dark shapes aren't human, and if you don't kill them, they'll kill you. What I really liked was how the music started playing as you were about to die. It was very touching, but I would have hoped that the health powerups be emitted in favor of just more overall HP, as having the music play about 5 times throughout a battle can remove the touching element to it. I would take this over Call of Duty or Medal of Honor anyday. This actually has something behind it, and everything is symbolic. Contrary to popular opinion, I thought the cinematics during gameplay were nice, and fit in well. This wasn't much of a game, but more an interactive movie. In a game, there is an ending, but you can choose when that ending comes. In this game, the waves get very steep, very fast. You know you will lose, and you will probably anticipate it when it happens. The little cutscenes and the music just add to this. 10 Stars.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

heck yeah

The thing I love the most is soft music that plays when you're about to die, they should incorporate that into more "last stand scenarios"