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Total Mayhem

rated 2.99 / 5 stars
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Aug 19, 2011 | 8:50 PM EDT

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Enter this gigantic evil castle and search for the philosofer's stone, stolen by Parallax, a devil pursuing the destruction of the world. Confront him and his minions and bring peace back to your realm.

Use the WASD or arrow keys to move. Use Space or Control to Shoot and press Shift to Jump.

Total Mayhem is a 3D third person shooter that brings back classic gameplay, mixed with exciting adventure, innovative technology and artistic presentation. It is the first 3D third person shooter for the Flash platform and Flash games industry.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

it's good jusst that it laags too much aybe it's my computer's fault but i like it


Rated 3 / 5 stars cigar.

This isn't terrible, it's just missing a lot of content that should be there for this to be a simplistic gaming experience.
In the first section where the balls are jumping up I found that I couldn't fall and so there was no need to jump the small gaps. There's very little to do outside of killing 16 guys and running around, was it just me or did anybody else just get to the backroom with the guys on platforms and then have nowhere to go? And the aiming go good having guys above me if I can't shoot them. And lastly the pickup's are all the same generic box I didn't know how to get more health or ammo or how to switch to what I think was a shotgun.

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Retronamic responds:

Thank you for the great review, sir. It really means a lot for us. We're struggling to get the engine to run smoothly with mouse movement and get a better performance, improving gameplay experience.

As for the level... well, there's a lot more into it. Maybe you missed something? It's meant to be a hard game, like the classics. :)


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Its not that bad but you cant really aim besides straight in front of you. Should add a aimer. just suggesting.

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Retronamic responds:

Thanks for the review, sir. We'll be working on an aiming control scheme.