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Toxie Radd 3D

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Jul 28, 2011 | 3:47 AM EDT

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UPDATE - August 1st
- Death/Pause bug fixed
- Freeze-bug after 2nd boss fixed
- Weaker Rats all game long (they are challenging not for high life but 'cause they're small and so hard to hit...but we anyway reduced their life so be killed with almost 1 shot even without Damage power-up).
This game requires Flash Player 10.2 or better to be played and perform correctly.
If you see a WHITE or FROZEN screen: update Flash Player and refresh.
After some funny misinterpretations by betatesters...
Note that the preloader minigame is NOT the real TR3D game, but just a funny gift to enjoy your loading wait.
Real game comes...ehm... after loading is completed :D
Toxie Radd 3D is the third episode of the Toxie Radd saga and marks the jump from top-down to a full 3D first person shooter!
All is possible thanks to a long and hard programming work that created, from scratch, our own new Xplo-R3D engine able to manage in Flash complex 3D enviroments, animated models and an attempt of 3D sound :D
It's the story of Joe, an ex-inmate used as a specimen for a mad experiment. His right arm was removed and replaced with a gatling gun. He managed to escape the prison while it was under attack by zombies in episode 1.
Then he teamed up with a mysterious doctor, and he followed the trail to an abandoned factory where (after he "dealt with" a giant brain monster, Joe style) he found evidence that all this mayhem started in Central city in episode 2.
Now Joe's on his way, following an underground route that will lead him to the heart of the city. However, things are never as easy as they appear...
Would you understand and appreciate the huge effort in developing a realtime 3D game in Flash...rate it 5!!!
Enjoy :D



Rated 5 / 5 stars

An Instant Favorite

Such a great game, the enemies were just the right amount, the AI never cheats you, and there were enough powerups to keep you busy.

I like the $kills, they were balanced and well thought out.

There was a glitch, also mentioned by Bluedragon463, the game will stop progressing, as where there's nothing on the screen, and nothing attacking you.

Other than the glitch i enjoyed this game as well as and arcade FPS you could ever play.

Thank you for making a great FPS, and i hope to see more from you.

Xplored responds:

New ones will come. Soon :-)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

well done

other than the sudden movements of the character which left me to get hit by zombies i couldn't see, it was a great game (ROFL CHARGERS)

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Xplored responds:

First comment, first 10!
Thank you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


DUDE that was sooo F***inG Awesome, a house of the dead with a movement possibility this is huge!!!, the animation of course can be better but its really a great Game!!!, try to make it more terrorific, maybe a litle more dark situation and more sounds and diverse zombies... really good game. Even Tomamoto's VOice Gave a very interesting touch!. maybe more bosses on the next game, like the tankers o something similar the one boss situation it's good but only if you handle like dead space, something that you don't know what it is, until it comes ou and you know it's a god damn ugly son of a bitch!!!, but again.... good game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh wow!

It's so bad ass to see a high quality 3D shooter on NG! It something like this that makes it worth comming here in the first place. Retro games FTW!

Ps - The voices inside my head want to also express their appreciation and request more.

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Xplored responds:

You couldn't tell us better words.
Thank you so much!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good Job!

I can only agree with the reviews below in saying that this game really took me back to the "good ole days" of fps...
This must surely take it's place among the great flash classics.

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Xplored responds:

we are "old" guys indeed, professionally born in the videogame industry of the '90s, when we were teenagers... Now we are 20 years 63der but with the same "old" passion :D
Thank you for your words and rating.