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WARNING: This is a very hard game.

Free Android version here: http://tinyurl.com/k9s7tj6

Defend planet Earth from extraterrestrial invaders, and learn resistor color codes at the same time. Defeat the final boss, unlock the practice and survival game modes and share your score online.

More information about resistor color-coding:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_color_code

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Excellent! Really amazing game!

abranaranxa responds:

Thank you very much!

Why no hotkeys?

abranaranxa responds:

This design was optimized for mobile devices. The reason is that it's specifically designed as a complement for high school students who, in my country (Argentina) in many cases, don't have access to personal computers.

In fact, the first version of this game was controlled by keyboard, if you like you can try it here: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/642451

very addictive and pretty fun but this game is VERY hard. I also cant tell you how many times I missed a shot cuz the thing moved at just the right time

abranaranxa responds:

Sorry, maybe I made it a little bit too hard... Glad to know you enjoyed it. Thanks for the feedback!

VERY hard! I mean, shouldn't you let the player win at least ONE level before getting them frantic???

abranaranxa responds:

Sorry, I don't have much experience balancing the learning curve. I'll be more carefull in the future. Thanks for the feedback.

When you get to the new enemies and you have to load, then pick the correct missile type, type 0 just fires right at the number without waiting. Other than that, nice game.

abranaranxa responds:

Yes, it's intended to do that. Actually, the bombs are filled with "0" missiles, the red bomb contains 2 "0" missiles, the orange one contains 3 "0" missiles, and so on. The black bomb contains 0 "0" missiles, that's the reason why it is fired instantly. This was designed this way in order to introduce the concept behind the two different color-code interpretations, as a digit or as a number of zeros. Thank you for your review.

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Feb 24, 2015
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