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Magic Steel

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Experienced 25 Points

Upgraded to the 5th level

Master 25 Points

Upgraded to the 15 level

Nimble 25 Points

Maximal jetpack upgrade

Veteran 25 Points

Upgraded to the 10th level

Warrior 50 Points

Full shields upgrade

Wizard 50 Points

Full manna upgrade

Freedom 100 Points

Kill the boss

Author Comments

The master of robots and your God is intolerable tyrant. Get up off your knees and put an end to it! Let nobody stop you on your way up. Slay your Tyrant to be free. Use the jetpack and magic to destroy your enemies in this action platformer with rpg elements.

version 1.02
bug fixed - The Main Menu button on the ending screen does not seem to do anything.
Music by Jun Senoue, Atsumu Miyazawa, Yoshiaki Kashima, Teruhiko Nakagawa, Tatsuya Kouzaki.
Sprites from Metal Warriors, Front Mission and other snes games from site.

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that has a cuteness to it that i can't deny

upgrade medals would have worked way better if it didnt ask to upgrade my special every other time also when i would press jump it would automatically pick an upgrade for me which made me give up on trying to get all of them

Pretty good game overall but unfortunately requires intentional deaths and grinding if you want all the medals, since if you're good enough you never die, there aren't enough enemies to fully upgrade, even if you literally kill every enemy in the game.

It's a very easy game but unfortunately the grinding does drag it out a bit. I suppose if you're not very good and die a bunch anyway, maybe you wouldn't notice.

muy bueno pero no puedo jugarlo ademas es un clon de un gran juego

This game is awesome. The upgrading is well implemented, the enemies show resistance and difficulty as the game progresses. I only have three complaints. One, the game is criminally short. Two, the upgrade system should be less evened out. I played through this game multiple times, each time focusing on different upgrades, and I never felt very different. Finally, the final boss sucks. Just straight out sucks. I destroyed him without trying. He should be given more attacks, more mobility, just...more. This guy is supposed to be a formidable final threat. I never felt that way around him.

However, other than these complaints, this game is fun, and well put together.

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4.10 / 5.00

Apr 12, 2012
8:55 AM EDT