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Mike Shadow I paid for it

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Jun 20, 2011 | 2:22 PM EDT

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***WARNING*** Very adictive!! You will spend a million hours playing!

When THAT vending machine fooled Mike Shadow it was the begining of the Apocalypse! Hit the vending machine to be the strongest machine destroyer in the world! Collect money, upgrade your skills, use weapons, magic, cheerleaders and much more.


- Over 120 upgrades!
- Upgrade your base stats "Patience", "Stress", "Critical Chance" and "Money Chance" with 10 levels for each.
- Normal attacks include weapons, magic, natural disasters and much more!
- Bonuses to increase your strength and other stats!
- Special attacks with **too much** devastating power!
- Premium features only for main sponsor offer the most incredible and powerfull skills.
- Complete scores & stats system
- 15 achievements
- Highscores



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great game!
Cool soundtrack!
Loads of attacks an perks!
One of a kind!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

XD it is judt plain epic


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like this

I'm especially digging the action movements too.

I noticed that Sword Level 2 looks an awful lot like Nero from Devil May Cry 4's movements. Really nice addition there.

The katana also reminds me of Ryu Hayabusa's basic combo with the Dragon Sword from Ninja Gaiden.

Again, another awesome addition.

Beating an inanimate object has never been so fun.

Excellent work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well made and absolutely hilarious

This has to be one of the funniest games I have played in some time. No other flash game has made me laugh as hard as this one. The 'Cavalry' special had me laughing to the point of tears, and the humour of it [the sheer epic silliness] didn't decrease much with the third and fourth times I used it. Even thinking about it whilst writing this review brings a smile to my face. The 'Overtime' bonus also had me laughing, as it reminded me of my job (although it doesn't stress me enough to take a scythe to a vending machine).

The graphics were simple but appropriate. The gameplay was quite good, albeit a little bit repetitive at times. Getting money was difficult in the beginning, but thankfully the money percentage stat was relatively cheap to upgrade, and thus paid for itself. The music was great and fit the game perfectly.

I think that the stat upgrades are fine as they are currently. Vending machines are designed NOT to dispense free product or money to customers, so getting cash out of one would take a lot of effort... or a maintenance key. The 'Patience' and 'Stress' stats are a bit pricy to upgrade, and the first and second upgrades of the former make a huge difference. However, it is logical, as becoming more patient is a slow, painstaking, and often seemingly unrewarding process.

Overall, this is an excellent, unique, and extremely funny game. If you do make a sequel, perhaps a level-based design with objectives (e.g. getting certain vending machines to dispense certain products, etc.). Having actual enemies or making this into a 'proper' fighting game would really detract from its value. For how many games have you seen that let you fight a vending machine?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

El tio la vara?? Good game

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