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Space Base Ace

rated 2.86 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Vertical Flight

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May 12, 2013 | 2:05 AM EDT

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Space Base Ace is a challenging vertical spaceship shooter!
Engage in battle in 6 stages and 3 huge bosses!
Blow stuff up!
Save the Galaxy!
Eat pie!

2)Arrow Keys
3)Mouse: Click and hold the left mouse button.
***Shooting is automatic***

Designed for Chrome and Firefox.

HTML5 is experimental, and it depends on which browser you are using. If you experience small audio cutouts and 2 second freezes in Firefox, update to the latest Nightly build (http://nightly.mozilla.o rg/). Some addons might cause it too, like adblock.



Rated 0 / 5 stars

Game freezes after about a minute or two of playing. Nice graphics, but the music is utter crap.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

animations, music, and sounds. however a lack of power ups and different backgrounds makes this game get old really quick.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

i want my powerupz!!!!

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Beautiful, cool dual control feature, and quick response with mouse. All ruined by lazy lack of power ups. I mean c'mon you KNOW am game like this needs power ups or an upgrade screen. Oh and the option to mute the music or SFX or both would be nice.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love the music and the graphics. The space is really beautiful and your ships really pop out. I didn't get very far so I don't know if you have power-ups or something, but those would be really awesome. I had some trouble with the mouse before I figured out that you can actually hold down the mouse over the spaceship and drag it across the stage. There's a small delay when you press the retry button. But cool game, I will keep playing this one.

Snooba responds:

Many thanks for the review, glad you liked it. :)

Ya, you can drag the ship holding the left click, I should probably be more specific in the game instructions about that.

Powerups were something that crossed my mind in more than one occasion, but this being my first time making a game on my own, I tried to keep it simple (the code was getting messy already).
It's something I will definitely add in future iterations of the game.

The delay is intentional, as I start preloading a bit of the next scene while it runs.

Thanks for playing!