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Spin ALPHA 1.5

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rated 1.89 / 5 stars
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Action - Other
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spin
tpa
typreegaming
typreeanimation

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Uploaded
Jul 22, 2017 | 6:12 AM EDT

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Author Comments

Yes, you heard me right, cut things as a fan. I'm not repeating this again because you obviously read it, so I'm not wasting time typing more. So, in the game you play as a two pronged-- prong? Can I say that without getting criticism? You play as a two pronged fan, there are viruses that basically want to kill you. You drag around the mouse to move. You can cut them up with your... prongs... but don't let them get to your center. If they do, game over. Literally. Tell me suggestions on things I should add by private messaging me.
Updates: ( First three requested by Homunc)
7/23/17 Alpha 1.3
-Blade speed decreased
-Multiple enemy spawn points
-Enemy now randomizes speed
-Models changed
7/23/17 Alpha 1.4
-Background changed
-Removed title screen
-Changed models
-Removed black tint
7/31/2017 Alpha 1.5
-Added lit music by @preenump

Reviews


BananacreampieYTBananacreampieYT

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good by the way this is BOSSVIDEOGAME



IgnaxioYTIgnaxioYT

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

As Homunc, its a really good concept, i never saw something like this in other place, but you could build a lot more of this idea, like different gamemodes, different levels, better graphics maybe... but overall, please make your next project not about something spinning please


TyPreeAnimation responds:

I have a bucket load of ideas. Just wait until you get a taste of what I can do. :)


HomuncHomunc

Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is a good concept and you could build a lot on this idea, i'd recommend making multiple spawn points for the enemy, maybe decreasing the speed of the blades a little to pose more of a challenge for the player. Also maybe making the enemy movement more erratic might spice things up. That's my two cents.


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TyPreeAnimation responds:

Thank you! I probably would've never thought of that, because in the recent updates I looked at my computer like "Now what?"