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Ace Pilot

rated 4.20 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Multidirectional

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Feb 10, 2012 | 10:51 AM EST

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Ace Pilot, a mercenary for the galactic order S.U.C., needs to stop the rising power of the Krill empire from taking over the galaxy one planet at a time.

You play as Ace, the S.U.C.'s secret weapon. Follow the adventure in Story Mode. Create limitless battle scenarios in Action mode!

Hell, even watch the cut scenes while auto-skipping gameplay after you've beat it, if that's what gets your kicks!
Story mode is incredibly cutscene heavy! If you're let down by that, you can always have instant fun in Action Mode.

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**CHROME USERS - The only problems that have been reported lately are in Chrome. If your game freezes up, feel free to send our programmer a message about what happened (like what level you were on, what you were doing, etc).


Game updated 7-20-2012: We figure that if you're here you're here to play the game, so we decided to make a few modifications. We took out medals, and everything to do with the API (if you want more info on that reasoning, message EldritchAbomination). This game is about the story, so we took out saved progress and now you just have access to the whole game; play whatever you want whenever, no worries about having a saved game. We are currently addressing the issue of the "Shared Creations" thing on profile pages. That is a result of saving the game, not something we wanted to happen, which is part of why we took out saves. Oh, and we made it where only simple ads show up instead of videos.


- You do have some options in the game. You can change all of your controls, and there is a keyboard mode if you are using a laptop (or just like the keyboard).
- There are also several options for effects and debris that you can turn up or down depending on your computer.


Help us out! buy the epic soundtrack to the game made by Brian Sadler!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I absolutaly loved the cutscenes, alot more than the actual gameplay, i found myself racing through as fast as i could to just get to the next cutscene. If this was uploaded as a movie, then it would have been a massive 5 stars and a hell of a good review, but as it is actually a game, ive got to knock it down to 3.5, as the gameplay is boring sluggish and anoyying. The animation and video here is great loved it all, great humour and all round amazing animation.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The animation part was great, save a few tasteless jokes. But the game part felt like an annoying QTE. It took forever when all the viewer really wants is the cutscene. If this was re-released as an animation only (with animated battle sequences, of course) then it would be worth a 4.5 to 5.

EldritchAbomination responds:

If you've beaten the game, you can use the skip gameplay option to just watch through it if you want.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The cutscenes were excellent, but the gameplay wasn't that great. I felt like the game slowed down a lot, and I didn't like the steering one bit. Worth playing just for the cutscenes, though!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Cute, by problematic.

The cutscenes were obviously over-the-top with quality, but might've been good with a skip button or something. The voiceacting was also great, and I think there was a reference to Flash Gordon somewhere (hot snow super villian weapon?) Additionally, the mechanic of no limited lives was somewhat nice for a laid-back pace.

HOWEVER. Things are very confusing. The controls are a bit screwy, and direction is missing. Playing the first level, I literally got lost after taking out the giant ships, and was left floating in a sealed area fighting infinite tiny cruisers. Also I never figured out how the hell to fire my rockets until post tutorial. During the tutorial the mechanic just said something like "Too much programming" and I figured there were none. Am I glitched here or is there something I'm suppoed to be doing in the first level? Not going back to the main ship for docking, not flying outside the area, not killing enemies, etc. TOTALLY LOST.

I'm sorry I can't have had more of an experience to rate this off of, but the incredibly unguided nature of things and general clumsiness of the control setup has me docking serious points. Once again, sorry.

Overall, 3/5, 7/10. Cheers.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I feel as if, this would've been better as a movie. So much great animation and cut scenes that took up more time than the actual game itself. The actual game play was really really confusing and hard to control, which leads me to a 2. But the cut scenes were so great the I would bump it up to a 3.5. As a movie this would've been a full 5 but it isn't, and unfortunately I have to judge on that.