i like this :)
i like this :)
TONIGHT Only Its Stallone ON Trollface!
Dont miss it
Go team trollface!!!
ITSA FAKEN EPIC YE BIATCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Brilliant Flash Shooter, Real Hard, Real Cool
"Stallone vs Trollface" is unlike other Flash games of its ilk. What it has is a premise of tactical and strategic depth that surprises you even if it's an otherwise polished action shooter. The toughness of the game will keep you there for a good half hour, but the limited number of stages will end the game too soon. It's almost the same feeling if you've played through Portal: great concept with unlimited possibilities but too short of an experience to exploit it.
We start with Stallone, perhaps a pound-for-pound representation of the actual action hero actor (akin to one of the bad boys you play as in the original Konami shooter "Contra"; the other guy you play as in that game is modeled after Arnold Schwarzenegger). He arrives deep underground in hopes of shooting a new movie but finds himself at odds with a big creature with a nasty attitude. With little else but his unlimited assault rifle and his wits, he ventures deep underground, searching for the creature while dodging his heavily armed minions. Stallone also encounters miners who have become hostages to the creatures; to progress through each level, all hostages must be contacted and rescued. Perhaps as tribute to action movies as well as ripping off design elements from Bomberman, Stallone can locate three kinds of explosives used to obliterate foes or burrow a path through each level. If those fail, he always has an automatic rifle, but watch it: Stallone cannot take more than one or maybe two hits, while his enemies are hard enough to eat nails and ask for thirds.
Part of what makes Stallone vs Trollface such a brilliant adventure is that the game is tough as nails. Though you have unlimited continues, you need to keep your wits up to avoid unpleasant close encounters with a bad guy. Even blowing holes strategically to create a point of cover or using ricochet from bullets or grenade throwing come into place. The hokey graphics and premise also add to the fun, and there's a sense of humor tinged throughout everything, especially the Game Over signs that don't outright insult a player's skill. Another good chunk of the game is that it is reasonably hard, not atrociously hard; while sucker punches are possible, the game awards those with a sense of patience and timing while handling the many opponents you will face.
If there is a true drawback to playing as Sly in the warrens of the planet, I haven't found it. This game goes highly recommended for anybody interested in some carnage, a tribute to action games, a good challenge, or just plain hokey fun.