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Heaven and Hell

rated 3.40 / 5 stars
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Feb 3, 2011 | 3:45 AM EST

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Arrows = Move
Space = Attack (Hell)/Plant Seeds (Heaven)
WASD = Use Items

Defend the heavenly island against demons. Once you kill them all, you'll be transported back to Heaven! Use the souls you harvest to purchase items after each wave-and don't forget to heal the island with seeds. Survive all 40 days, and the Kingdom of Heaven will be saved!

== Note sorry audio names have been lost, but I'll be retreiving them soon! bare with me, this game has been in storage a long time and finally got released! :) so please enjoy ==



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You must be an atheist

Such a good imgination of heaven, but it is not acording to what I learn in church, however, good work. A little easier would be better. Should have guns to shot the demon.

Eggy responds:

I am an athiest, but there was no religion in this game, I just used the concepts :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Very interesting game, lots of addictive qualities to it, and it isn't a bad system. Past level 22 the rebuilding begins to get tedious, but you're not too very harsh and it is enjoyable. Seven.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's unusually addictive, but still buggy

And the penalty for dieing is not so harsh.

This is a good start. You have the formula for an addictive defense game.

But it's just not fair for the demons to have all this freedom of movement and you don't. They have more effect on your world and your limitations that you can handle.

Sure you can rebuild but the idea that you can't stop all the destruction is meaningless. Especially those exploding stars.

You need to figure out a way to enable players to ensure a good round against the unpredictable. Like a talisman that banishes all evil. A fail safe.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Maybe too challenging

In later levels, I personally had to buy far too many seeds in order for the platform to be usable, only to have more damage done to it then I repaired the very next level. Some of the enemies (The giant rolling guys and the Robot-like guys) have much smaller hit boxes then their size suggests, leading to some levels in which i end up taking well over 100% damage in a single level. I also found it rather irritating how the seeds generated a very inconsistent size of terrain to use. I did manage to beat it, but I ended up trying to force myself to finish the game rather than enjoying it after a certain point (I believe it was close to Day 32 I was really tired with all the things listed above)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good job

I liked it