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As a cosmic horror from deepest space, you're determined to wipe out all life on Earth. Launch your extra-terrestrial weapons towards an unsuspecting world, from any angle you choose.

Position the hand around the earth with the mouse, click to start aiming with the mouse, click again to launch.

A short game made in just 1 weekend, as part of the Global Game Jam 2011, in between working on Detective Grimoire 2. Catherine, our background artist, even joined us and helped make this game!


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The play button is broken, I don't get it...

ill give you five stars for music alone, its awsome....

17600, S for omnipotent. Not bad.

A great and unique way to kill some time... and some weak people from this miserable, pathetic planet >:-)

I believe that this game has some room for improvements, like making the planet bigger and with more things to destroy, adding new cosmic weapons (like a supernova explosion, a gamma ray burst or a solar flare), and making the game consider the objects launched into Space as "destroyed" as well. Still a very cool game. I think we need more cosmic horror games like this.

Oh, by the way, the soundtrack is kickass!
New high score. 1900!

My final score was15400, ranked S for omnipotent.
Very fun game!

Awwwww. I was really hoping the black hole would just suck in the planet but it bounced like an ordinary object. Cheese factor is unlikely for the moon though. Ha ha. So I broke 10 thousand points, with the "green fingers" (destroy all plants), adieu peru and tibet regrets bonus. I'm not motivated to try to figure out how to get a super-high score, there's so little to this game and it's so simple, it seems to exist only as a short joke. But it's a decent joke. It reminds me of and makes me want to play 'effin meteors (http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/557886) again. That was basically the more serious equivalence to this. While that was a masterpiece, it just didn't seem that the programmer's heart really went into this one.