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Nov 24, 2011 | 1:33 PM EST
  • Frontpaged November 26, 2011
  • Daily Feature November 25, 2011
  • Weekly 3rd Place November 30, 2011

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Contrast 5 Points Fiddle with the settings
Exhaust LW 5 Points Use all of main Character's attacks
Juggle Clown 5 Points Get a 10 hit Combo
This is too easy 5 Points Complete Normal Mode
exhaust VL 10 Points Use all Vandier's attacks
Juggle Blade 10 Points Get a 20 hit Combo
Pit of Doom 10 Points Force 5 enemies to fall to death
Slaughter 10 Points Kill all eneimies
Special Expert 10 Points Keep Full Speical for 30 seconds
This is more like it 10 Points Complete Hard Mode
Destiny 25 Points Die to the hands of Vandheer Lorde
Orb Hunter 25 Points Collect 100 orbs
Pit of Death 25 Points Force 10 enemies to fall to death
Special Master 25 Points Keep Full Speical for 60 seconds
Juggle King 50 Points Get a 50 hit Combo
Rebel Scum 50 Points Die to the hands of the Lone Warrior
Speed Demon 50 Points Complete Culmination in 8 minutes
God of this world 100 Points Collect all Awards
Juggle God 100 Points Get a 60 hit Combo
Undefeated 100 Points Complete Culmination without dying

Author Comments

11/27/2011 - Thank you Tom Fulp for the front page!!!
I suggest that players should vs the Final Boss on hard mode (this is the REAL boss battle).

Provoked by his King into a fit of rage; the fallen Hero of the Earth, now at his lowest point. Driven by the desire to culminate, he embarks on his last journey to fulfill his destiny as he perceives it. You (the player) must guide him to his destiny.

Storm your way through 15 levels and lay waste to countless different enemies. Complete with multiple difficulties and packed with 20 achievements, Culmination is a wildly chaotic action / platform game focused on delivering a unique and grand experience.

Players with little time can get a full taste of Culmination thanks to the unique 'automatic leveling system'.

Players looking for deep experiences will find Culmination to have a well though combat system, rich with complex mechanics.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My favourite in the Armed with Wings Series for a couple of reasons.
1. You can JUMP.
2.Great Combat System
3.Great Animation
4.Usefull Hints
Your other games are still great though!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

very good game i enjoyed it even though constant bugs made it almost unplayable the music was amazing and the art style is beautiful

D-SuN responds:

Glad you liked it! Please send me a PM with the bugs you encountered.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

Hey me again so you might have an idea why I'm here... the game's not loading.... I checked that my internet was ok and yeah it very much was I even checked my computer wasn't messing up games like these but it was fine. My only conclusions are that either the game is buggy, I can't play the game in my zone (Northern Mexico), even though I've never had a problem like this, and finally, it's my computer or internet and I just don't realize it. Whatever the problem I'll try and check if it's on my end, but if not then I'm asking you guys to check into it cause I really do love these games and I would like to continue playing them. Thanks


Rated 5 / 5 stars

just wow


Rated 2 / 5 stars

I wanted to like this game. I really did. I loved Armed with Wings 3 and I was excited to play this game. But it just wasn't fun. In normal mode it was okay, but it just didn't feel as smooth and polish as Armed with Wings 3. Then I got to hard mode which really killed the game for me. I didn't feel hard in the way a good hard mode should, carefully built to reward good play and quick decision making. To me it felt hard because it felt like no one had test played it for obvious problems. I found myself in situations where I was being stun locked to death by the small flying enemies that breath fire whenever I jumped, which made it nearly impossible to escape enemy combos. The only way I could get past the large battles against both ground and air enemies was to artificially raise my special by juggling an enemy against a wall and using my ultimate to clear out the flyers. I admit I'm not the best player at these types of games, but the whole hard mode felt broken. Not to mention the specials felt weak bordering useless at times, and when i really need to take advantage of them I was getting stun locked to quickly to build up my special meter. Fighting Vandheer Lorde was what finally made me quite. I beat him twice, but the game glitched on me and dumped back at the start each time. After that every time I got close to killing him he won using cheap tricks, either spamming his special moves and not giving me any opportunities to attack him, or getting a lucky shot the knocked me off the the side of the arena. Finally I had enough, I wanted to finish it and see the hard mode ending, but
I just wasn't willing to waste any more time on a game that frankly I had come to hate.

I can see looking in the comments that most people don't agree with me, and frankly there is a lot I liked. The graphics were beautiful and the battle animations lovely. I loved the music and seeing what happened after the lone warrior chased after Vandheer Lorde was nice. But the hard mode took the fun out of it for me when it stopped feeling challanging in favour of broken. I love the series and I look forward to seeing what you make next, but this entry just didn't do it for me.

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