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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 1 / 5 stars


i agree with the comment below. after a few levels i got bored of it. =)


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

This game is shit

it has many problems. the game freezes somtimes it has quetionable glites.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Whats the purpose of the game ?

Ok cool you have a shop to buy some lame items.. No upgrades? You buy 1 fireball and u can use it once? No combo ? No bosses ?


Rated 0 / 5 stars

im cant say if its good or bad

i find it complicated when u strt so i cant really give u rating sorry. + if u agree - if u dont

Eggy responds:

I don't think you should give 0's to things you don't understand. I - Disagree.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

Ugh, honestly?

I was hoping that this would be a fun game, because it looked fun and it seemed like it could be. Then I played it. It's not that it was extremely bad... it's just that it's extremely not good, which is saying something coming from me. The fact that meteors and pentagrams cut right through was an interesting idea, and it certainly would have been a very easy game without them, but the fact that you can't destroy them before they cause all the damage makes them entirely too frustrating, along with the fact that sometimes a single meteor took out 3 seeds-worth of land... and I don't even get a soul from them! Honestly, this is a good concept, but VERY poorly executed.