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Armed Uprising 5 Points

Destroy 100 enemies.

Armored 5 Points

Upgrade your ship to have 10 HP.

Cybelian Rockminer 5 Points

Mine 30 ore.

Improved by Technology 5 Points

Upgrade your ship 10 times.

Public Enemy 5 Points

Achieve 50 points of reputation.

Renegade 5 Points

Complete 5 missions.

Explorer 10 Points

Enter the Nyx Conglomeration and the Terminus Cloud.

Hard to Kill 10 Points

Upgrade your ship to have 25 HP.

Lead by Example 10 Points

Achieve 100 points of reputation.

Mining Expert 10 Points

Mine 100 ore.

Rebel 10 Points

Complete 20 missions.

Sword of the Revolution 10 Points

Destroy 500 enemies.

Take Over the Hardware 10 Points

Upgrade your ship 20 times.

Grumpy Old Miner 25 Points

Mine 250 ore.

More Famous Than Jupiter 25 Points

Achieve 250 points of reputation.

New Ships, Same Result 25 Points

Destroy the fleet threatening the Porus Mining Quadrate.

Revolutionary 25 Points

Complete 50 missions.

Scientific Method 25 Points

Upgrade your ship 30 times.

Shield of the People 25 Points

Upgrade your ship to have 50 HP.

Wrath of the People 25 Points

Destroy 1000 enemies.

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Author Comments

X - shoot (keep it pressed)
C - call allies/reinforcements (if you have any)
Q - exit level
0 - mute
-/+ - adjust volume
P - pause
M - menu (map only; you can select allies from here)

Traitor puts you into the shoes of a soldier of the Augustan Hegemony, forced to rise up against your former masters after you're ordered to do something you simply cannot accept. Explore the Aventinus Complex, complete missions, upgrade your ship and gather allies until you can overthrow the tyrants who have brought such misery to the people.

[Note: If you're playing in Firefox and experience odd control problems, try switching to Chrome or Opera.]

[Current version: 1.7]

1. The game opens up after the 4th mission, when you reach the map.
2. Upgrades are available in shops on the map screen.
3. The menu allows you to see your stats, achievements and allies.
4. If a mission is too difficult, try playing a different one and upgrading your ship.
5. In some situations, survival is more important than destroying all enemy ships.

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This game was very well made it recall in my mind the old games ... I really liked it

It's sad that so many people are downvoting this game because they don't get the point.

You are SUPPOSED to be weak to begin with in this game. In the beginning focus your efforts more on dodging enemies and only taking out small/essential enemies and the game becomes very playable, and fun. The idea is that you build up your strength slowly, which works out nicely with the difficulty curve. Play smart, and you shouldn't have all these problems.

As for the game itself, I find it very enjoyable. The story is interesting, and all of the writing for missions is fun to read. The game mechanics are solid, and I really like the way a beginner has to focus on dodging at first. It makes sense as a game mechanic, and adds something new to the genre. The upgrades mostly don't add a huge amount of strength singularly, but when combined they help a lot. This is great, because it allows you to build a much more balanced ship.

The music is enjoyable as well, and suitable.

The main suggestion I might ask for is to let the players learn a little bit more of the lore. Especially in an organic way through mission promps, as opposed to a codex styled explanations. Your writing chops are clearly up to par, so capitalize a little more on that strength.

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bugs,bugs,bugs. i can`t use my credits.

JonasKyratzes responds:

Why not? Is there an error, or have you simply not reached the map (where the shops are) yet? If there's an actual bug, please send me a message and I'll try to correct it.

Way too many bugs for me. As another reviewer said, I really want to like this game - I like the art direction, I always have an appreciation for top-down shooters like this. However, when I started up the 2nd level, I wanted to upgrade first, I figured by getting out of the main game, I'd be able to navigate myself to an Upgrade Menu of sorts. Instead, no matter what key I pressed whether it be X to Proceed, C to Cancel, or Q to Exit, I was still forced into the 2nd level. This needs fixing ASAP. Secondly, I find games such as these (starts out difficult, gets easier as you progress) to be a hit or miss. Either you're not powerful enough, or the enemies are way too powerful. I think it's a little nonsensical that you start out with 9 HP and your enemies take off 2 HP per hit. What I'd recommend in future cases is that you start players out super overpowered, something happens to your ship after that and you're back at square one; that will ensure players can know what to expect when they get powerful, and chances are they'll be even more powerful than they were in the beginning.

All I'm really asking here though is that you fix that issue I mentioned. Solid game, just needs some fixing.

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JonasKyratzes responds:

Upgrades become available when you reach the map (after the first 4 missions); this is a pretty big game, give it some time.

Wait, why do we have the choice between attacking or not the Medical Supplies Fleet if it doesn't change anything in the game? I thought it'd be Game Over or something, but, nothing at all?

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JonasKyratzes responds:

a) Because it's primarily a moral choice.
b) It does actually change something - it affects Occator Prime. Destroying the transports means you get to keep the credits you earned early on, but it also means that several habitats in Occator Prime (where the supplies were going) will be dead.

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Credits & Info

4.18 / 5.00

Mar 21, 2012
5:54 PM EDT
Action - Shooter - Vertical Flight