graphics need improvements and controls are delayed
Well, this was surprising.
I don't know how to start this review. I mean, this game certainly surpassed my expectations. It's the kind of game where I didn't know what to expect when I started it. Basically it's a simple top-down arcade style shooter, I guess the closest major game is Asteroids but I was born in 1996 so I wouldn't know. But there is this thing with games where you far too often get set into rules, never changing. I can always do this to get that, you know. It's games that break it's own rules occasionally that keeps the player on the edge, not knowing what to expect. But this game, it takes it to the extreme. The gameplay is constantly changing, and just that aspect makes it incredibly appealing to me. There's also the little things, a somewhat random difficulty that makes it a different game every time I play it, the fact that when you really want to you can make your last bar of health last a very long time.
This game is also very hard to review. There's so little it's hard to say what makes it good, like Pong. But it's just...good. This is the game I want to rate five, then come back every day for a week and rate it five every day. A diamond in the rough.
Thank you for writing this review. Glad you liked it.
A lot a wrok has been done on this game keep it up :)
That's actually pretty cool. The backgrounds made me think it was going to be n00by, but its actually sort of fun gameplay.
Few gamers complain about the lack of originality put into the games of today, resorting instead to vastly overused "Call Of Duty" or "Gears of War" formula, so its rare to find a game with even feint traces of originality in the vast labyrinth of games out there, however this one sparked my interest.
"World chaser" is a multidirectional shooter from t4upl, in which you play a dot traveling the world seeking paradise and shooting an other dots that get in your way. For each world you are given new rules of which can change the game entirely, this leaves a challenge as you are forced to change your game plan every 25 seconds, making your eminent death that much closer as your swarmed with enemy's from all sides. Soundtrack wise it could be described as monotonous yet fitting and annoying yet strangely relaxing at times.
"World chaser" is a vary fun and intricate game with high renovation potential.
aweosme review :)