Interesting take on a "serious" issue.
The game was quite enjoyable. I spent more than enough time to break down the game mechanics and unlock both endings. I have only one concern. When you get the zombie upgrade, all humans you turn do not count as kills. This prevented me from getting an achievement. Otherwise, I have no complaints. Good game.
Enjoyable game play. Very good for casual gaming: it doesn't NEED to be hard, really. It's a good concept and a good game.
However... I would've like to see alternate endings or something. If I play the game as fully pacifist or fully violent, or half and half, or whatev... there should be different flavor text at the end. Otherwise, what's the point of the ratings?
A fun game, but way too easy.
I lost only once and it way because i was jerking around.
simple and very playable
This game stands out from the daily popping flash on newgrounds by how simple and original it is. It's fun to play because you don't play a character but you controll the environment.
Other than that, maybe the music could be a longer loop and there could be more then 3 elements, rather then scientists, bots and mechanics. But the upgrade system is fun and strategic enough to keep the player interested.
so enjoy your 10 score
Daleks would've been hilarious here, but nevermind. This is the tale of an AI gone Skynet on us, one facility at a time. The game is not quite as simple as it looks, but you definitely get the hang of it and the features that were put into it. Definitely fun/funny, certainly a challenge to get through. Also cool that you get to keep playing after technically the end of the game.
The voice...I feel we can actually do without this at times, however I don't have anything personally against it. That's my opinion, anyway. I liked playing through it, of course.