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Action - Shooter - Horizontal Flight

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Jun 13, 2013 | 7:19 PM EDT

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Build your own spacecraft pixel by pixel and destroy each pixel of over 430 unique invaders. Each color has a unique ability, unlocked by attaching it to your ship, and lost if destroyed. Additional pixel power-ups can be collected, and you can rearrange them however you like, every 5 levels.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

dude i need a help each time i play the game it says download the latest adopt flash player a littil bit
helo here

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

good but does not give even close to enough blocks or fire upgrades


Rated 5 / 5 stars

porco dio se è bello


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i played it while under judgement and it was great im glad it didnt get blamed


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A really cool concept. But there are too many glitches. In a game that should be very free-flowing there are 'jerks' in it. I don't have the best net connection, but I've tried playing this at a few different locations now and I encounter them at every one. And when the game just jumps forward for even a second or two there's going to be damage.

I'm curious about the levels - personally I haven't been able to make it past 18 or so. Is there a way to win in the end?

Another note...building your own ship is a great option, I've toyed around with it some.
Don't punish your shields when the ship goes 'off screen' - fine if the enemies go off screen, but don't allow the protagonist ship to go off at all!

This is a good game that could be great with a few tweaks.

SoftWarewolf responds:

The jerks have nothing to do with your internet connection but with the computer your playing on, i noticed some of that on windows 7 but not on windows 8, not sure why. Other than that there should be no glitches?

It's infinite, but get's increasingly extremely difficult ;)

You are not punished by going off-screen, simply pushed back inn.