Quite fun :D
Definitely quite a fun game, but put a little more work in it and it'd be perfect.
The graphics were obviously not amazing, but was nice nonetheless. I liked how the stars left their trail (hence the name 'Star Trails' XP) when you caught them to mix you up, and it looked nicely drawn. Oh, and as Haggard said, the text in the menu was a little awkward to read, especially the 'Instructions' text. The animation was fine, without lagging and smooth, so nothing to complain about in the animation.
Ahh, here's where I have a lot to talk about... As for the concept, it's a good concept, that I haven't seen many times before. An in-game tutorial would do wonders over here, though, since the instructions are quite long and tedious when considering how small this game is. Also, I think the transition from colour to colour should've been a little faster, since I still got confused which colour to take, or maybe you can make the transition a sudden change, but maybe give some sort of warning next to the 'Get: ' showing that it's about to change, like a small 2 second timer or something.
I really liked the fact that there were three modes, but instead of that, maybe you could add some sort of options menu where you can choose whether to have a timer, whether the stars leave their trails, and maybe some new additions like whether you change colour or not, or a choice for the star speed and star amount to be present on screen. Speaking of options, the options menu you had here was nicely done, with an above-average amount of audio options. I've never seen a Pan option before, but seriously though, who would need a Pan option anyway? Lol still, it was cool anyway.
I liked Darklight's idea of adding bonuses and powerups, like immunity and stuff, and maybe some powerup that lasts for like 10 seconds where your star starts flashing different colours really quickly meaning you can take whatever colour star you want. As for the gameplay itself, a little easy, so you could add that variety of options I mentioned with a star amount and speed to make it harder.
The audio you used here was decent, even for a default song, although you could've been clearer when saying you have to keep the bar blank and press load music right after if you want to hear it. It seemed like a cool idea to have the feature of adding music from your computer/internet, but when I tried it out, it didn't work. I gave the full path in my computer, including the mp3 name at the end of it, but it just came up with Load Failed, and when I tried to use music from the Audio Portal, it didn't say anything but still didn't load any music. I don't know if it's something I'm doing wrongly or not, but if it isn't, that feature is worth fixing since it's really cool.
All in all, it's a fun little game you got here, but a few more variety regarding gameplay options and the gameplay itself along with some tweaking on the audio option would definitely make this game a lot better. I still enjoyed it quite a bit, so keep up the good work :D. Oh, and sorry for the terribly long review. D:
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