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Push Droid

rated 2.86 / 5 stars
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Nov 15, 2010 | 12:14 PM EST

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Control and build your own push droid and battle through fourteen levels by defeating enemy droids within the arena, don't forget to pot in your enemy parts in return for new upgrades and money.
How much cash will you manage to collect and escape with?

2 types of control:
- mouse only (move mouse across droid to move it)
- keyboard (WSAD or arrows to move) + mouse (to rotate droid)
Pot in enemy parts for Money and new upgrades.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun game.

The game was fun, but the controls were a bit off. The best weapon as far as I could tell was the starter weapon, which is kind of funny. I was taking down bots towards the end by dodging and spinning the starter weapon as fast as possible.
On the flip side, the AI was horrible. You should update this game and attempt to tweek it a bit. This game has potential.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun but a little hard to control

Sometimes I had killed the badie w/h the equip. I needed, but I had to little time to "put in the safe".
But overall a good game.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Unintuitive physics, cheating AI.

The game was fun, for the earlier levels. They were over fast enough that I never got a chance to pick up a lot of the light and medium parts I wanted, though, and the later ones really bring out all the worst in your game - it becomes pretty much necessary to equip heavy weapons since they in general have the best defensive coverage, but the speed reduction from heavy weapons in almost all cases will actually make them objectively weaker than light or medium ones. Your damage starts to go down at that point while enemies' defenses are going up, and the matches become torturous slapfights with nobody doing more than scratching each other, and replaces the early, fast-paced combat with a boring dance of clumsy, lumbering heaps... at its -best-.

At its worst, you get ganked out of nowhere because the AI is able to turn faster than the player ever can, with zero acceleration time (On note of turning, you also have to circle the mouse -way- too tight to keep control of your own craft). This gets painfully obvious with the normally slow, lumbering heavies, where it is also most unfair - slow, predictable movements are the only way to land a shot on the ones with the narrowest weak spots. I have several times lined up a seemingly perfect shot on an enemy bot and literally fractions of a second before impact, had it instantly reverse its rotation and twist into me sometimes for enough damage to one-shot me. I've just suffered one unfair death more than I can handle and I'm putting your game down for good.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool game

- many levels to play
- upgrades for weapons and armor
- mission objectives at start of level
- smooth game play and animation
- controls were easy to use

- The higher upgrades caused your speed to dramatically decrease making anything past moderate seem worthless.

Fun game 8/10 overall