This game feels unique, and it helped me discover something I wanted to do a long time ago.
So I'm quite surprised that I've gotten past the second level so far, to be honest. It's definitely forced me to concentrate on the sounds since you've got no other way of determining where and when an attack is going to come. Anyway, onto the review.
It's a great game with a unique concept, and it's certainly challenging too. The only complaint I'd have is that there's no difficulty setting - as you may have gathered from the other reviews, not everyone has great headphones, and mine aren't the best either. If there was a way to choose how easy it is to tell which side an attack was coming from for those less advanced headphones, that'd be awesome. If that's not possible then it's all chill, I don't claim to know a thing about sound design so I'm not sure if you'd be able to do it. ^__^ A tutorial would be nice too since I wasn't sure how to kill the guy on level 1. Otherwise, good work!
i GAVE UP JEEZ
My surround sound headphones SUUUUUUCK.
Great game, if only I had surround sound headphones...
JUST MAYBE I could pass this first stage, but for right now I'd call it a medieval Segway of the Dead.