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Jul 17, 2011 | 5:34 PM EDT

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Cremation 5 Points Obliterate the first boss with all weapon slots equipped
Rookie 5 Points Finish the first area
AHK-372 10 Points Defeat the second boss
Damura 10 Points Defeat the first boss
Frequent Flyer 10 Points Fly 3,000 miles
Junkyard 10 Points Kill 4,000 enemies
Problem, Minecraft? 10 Points Collect 2,000 gems (spending them is allowed)
Variety 10 Points Use each weapon in the game at least once
Coeus 25 Points Defeat the fourth boss
Ding Ding 25 Points Reach level 20
Erebos 25 Points Defeat the third boss
Hardcore 25 Points Finish area 4 of AHK-372 with only a bullet rifle
Stealthy 25 Points Finish area 3 of Coeus without triggering any sentry lights
Untouchable 25 Points Finish area 4 of Erebos without taking any damage
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Author Comments

Classic top-down shooter with stat building and parts customization!
Multiple planets to see, weapons to collect, and big bosses to fight.
High scores and Medals available!

In the works since July 2010, the top-down shooter genre has been something I've always wanted to cover. Big thanks to Hyptosis and Kelwyshade for their art and music, otherwise I'd still be stuck with an unpolished engine. I think we ended up with a solid product, hope you enjoy!



Rated 2 / 5 stars

I really Wanted to like this game.

I love shumps and bulletstorm games, this one has some great programming and wonderful art, the only problem is the colors. All the colors are pretty grey and dark and they all kind of blend together, and maybe you were trying to do this on purpose to make it harder but as a player I feel like it is a fault of the game more than my own. It would be a much better game if the colors clearly stood out for the bullets and ships. Just my two cents.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

If you like this game... Tyrian 2000 instead. It's better in every way possible.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

A pretty face with little substance.

Your graphics are slick. Really slick. And for that, you've gotten far more credit than you deserve.

Your gameplay design ranges from amateur to terrible. To begin with, expecting us to execute precision dodging with a ship this large and this slow is ridiculous. The hitbox is unreasonbly large, as well as being far wider than it is tall and there is a -reason- other games don't do it that way.

You frequently spawn massive waves of enemies so quickly that it is literally impossible to take them all out before they close, even with the most powerful weapons and best mods on the market. You frequently do this with enemies that you've programmed to steer to ram the player, and are as fast as or faster than the player's craft, so don't tell me we were supposed to mow through.

Your bosses (and to an extent, your game as a whole) are incredibly reliant on pattern memorization over good reactions. This in its own right is usually seen as a pretty lowbrow design decision, but you compound it by also making them so insanely lethal (even with max upgraded shields) that there is effectively no time to even identify their pattern - the level has to be played again and again just to figure out how to fight. The giant robot boss on Coeus was especially terrible about this.

RPG elements are a cool idea, but your execution has brought out nothing but the worst in them. I count only three weapons that have actual unique abilities, rather than just slight hikes in damage over others. I count one weapon with a special ability I found useful enough to take any notice of - the homing missiles, naturally. There is no actual strategy behind choosing your equipment besides figuring out which weapon has the best DPS and, debatably, which mods to equip - their effect is pretty minimal anyway, and in the end you take even that away with ultimate mods that buff every stat. Choosing equipment adds absolutely nothing to the game when there are no actual choices to make.

So kudos on the art, but next time could you maybe spend some more time designing an actually good game to back it up?

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Afro-Ninja responds:

The large ship complaint keeps surfacing but nobody seemed to have an issue with it pre-release :/

thanks for the feedback


Rated 2 / 5 stars

The game itself seems like it would be fun, though a bit repetitive. I played a few levels, but I seem to be having a problem with the control not responding as they should. My ship sometimes doesn't move at all for several seconds, and other times it overshoots a direction when I just tapped the key. It's prevented me from passing even just level 1 several times. I finally managed to get it, though I had to miss many enemies because of the issue. I completed level 2 as well, but I think that's where I'll stop. Even replaying those levels and trying to upgrade my ship so this movement issue is less destructive isn't doing much. I still end up running directly into bullets and enemies.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


Too impossibly repetative. Nuff said. Weapons are lacking in the first world and Lvls take too long to gain. Great aside form those massive fails.