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Blazing Void

rated 3.46 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Multidirectional

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Oct 29, 2013 | 2:16 PM EDT

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Blazing Void: The Burning Planet offers an arcade-style and fast-paced spacefighting game, combining the simplicity of Asteroids with the depth of modern war games like Ace Combat or Dynasty Warriors. Counting with a storyline for the player to follow apart from wave and practice modes, the game is available in both English and Spanish (translated by native speakers).



Rated 0 / 5 stars

After loading - which, for whatever reason, took half an eternity for this game -
I only get to realize that:
1) the given controls do not make much sense on a qwertz keyboard
2) you can`t change the control scheme.

To all programmers out there, take this advice:
Don't use 'Z' or 'Y' as an unchangable input - either make controls adjustable,
or just step one key to right and use x,c,v,...

A lot of people might want to, but WON'T check out your game if they'd had to reconfigure their keyboard input scheme in their operating system.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This reminds me of Imperium, which is a great game so good job!



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

needs a strafe function at least in mech form, it would help the difficulty if you could shoot and dodge= STRAFE!!!!! i like the concept of the game tho good yob!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

The game requires a serious rebalancing process. Otherwise, it has good potential.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Too hard, I tried farming and you only get money for achievements if you cant beat the level. It took me two and a half hours and Ive only gotten 4 ships and some weapons, if you could give better details on the stats of the weapons and ships you could buy the ones best suited for you, otherwise you buy something you don't like and your kind of screwed. it seems the only way to try everything this game has to offer would take way more time than I intend to invest in only a flash game. Its a cool idea, but tone down the difficulty and give us more to work with

To make the levels easier give us maybe an equipment that helps us regenerate. I couldnt get passed the supply depot level on chapter two. Ive purchased 3 different ship classes and each one seems worse suited than the other. Im afraid to purchase weapons and find out Id rather have a new ship class. Maybe if the enemies dropped health pack or ammo packs it would be a little more fair.

AcetheSuperVillain responds:

You can get as much money as you need by playing Classic and Base Attack modes, where all enemies drop dabloons when defeated.