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Easter Troopers

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Chickens are invading by the air. Kill them before they kill you!

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It's a fun, addicting game. You play a rabbit that has to kill invading chickens. The chickens are dropped by planes, and allied planes drop bonuses. You shoot, and see the bullet go, meaning you have to predict the next location of your target.

You have a great concept here. There are some bugs as to whether you hit or miss but as for bugs that was all I noticed. It is a bit rough around the edges. Shooting chickens is fun and it is relatively easy to stay alive. You offered a nice explanation of the point system, but you never tell us what the different bullets do. Bullet boosters? Rad. One explodes. Awesome! But what do the other two do? It looked as though it went through the chickens? Not too sure on that point.

Offering a variety of enemies throughout levels and maybe an upgrade system would be a great way to keep people playing. It was fun. But it didn't stay fun for very long. I shot chickens and a bomb or two and the fun factor started to wain. I started to lose interest. I think this has potential and I love that you can pretty much just pick it up and play it but you just need to keep me playing.

I think the game is starting a little slow, but gets more exiting later. That the bullets costs 1 score is good enough, you are not just firring random rounds. nice small "upgrades"