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Effing Meteors

rated 4.31 / 5 stars
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Dec 30, 2010 | 5:40 PM EST

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This is the "sequel" to Effing Hail, but it's not just new content, it's a different spin on the same sort of gameplay we developed earlier. We thinks it's pretty fun, hopefully you do too!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Found the game better than most extinction games as it wasnt a "WAIT AND SEE HOW THIS EVOLVES"
Great effort!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


killed the final boss in like 10 seconds with one hit!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great, but needs expanding

Like Effing Hail, there is something immensely satisfying in the premise of this game. I won't go into that in great detail, I love this and it's addictive and excellently implemented. The graphics are satisfying and of a nice style. But to skip to the constructive criticism...

1 - I couldn't find the pause button :/ ? Explanation?
2 - As others have said, a little too short - could do with more time to just have fun making massive meteors.
3 - A sandbox mode or something, or maybe just keeping the world playable during the final credits, allowing the player to make as big a meteoroid as s/he can would be nice. Maybe a mode where you have to make a meteor within a certain time?
4 - The game has occasional glitches. I couldn't move on from the credits on the second time I played.

Bottom Line:
Would have been 8 but for the pause button...

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing game!

In the final stage, I couldn't help imagining the following scenario:

Dr. A: "Hey, let's create a ├╝ber-giant-and-resistent T-REX with lasers!"

Dr. B: "Sure! What could possibly go wrong?"


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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Exterminate: I don't know where you get your ideas of science and the likelihood of mankind being wiped out being 0, but you're EXTREMELY wrong. I don't want to start a flame war, but Religion has only taught us that we're gullible, and Science tells us that, in the event of a catastrophic event happening, it wouldn't take a whole lot to kill off the entire human race. Maybe a 30 mile wide asteroid or even one the size of texas wouldn't ANNIHILATE us all, but there are asteroids out there that are FAR larger than that, just scouring the universe WAITING for something to cross its path.

Just remember, there are many things in the universe that could kill us without even noticing we were there in the first place. We're insignificant in terms of size to the universe. Your death can come from something you never even had a hope to see. This game is a fun little representation that, no matter how 'advanced' you are, you can still die. It's all a matter of luck, time, and something out there REALLY wanting you dead.

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