relaxing but boring
It's ok, not enough upgrades, and it takes forever to get the first upgrades.
there is a bug when you have the level 11 speed upgrade that make the shoot reset to level ¿1?, also when you are near the 500 score section, the boxes are too close to each other
A game clearly made for the mobile phone with no attempt to properly translate for PC play. On top of that, all the issues from the mobile version remain here.
This game is far from relaxing. Especially on a computer with mobile controls. Yes, it makes sense to drag the your "shooter" or "avatar", or whatever you call it, on a phone screen but why do I have to drag the thing on my computer screen with the mouse? Worse yet, why do I have to keep the mouse clicked to drag it? Not very relaxing.
Let's move onto the broken flaws of the game, shall we? Power selection nearly non-existent. Sure, there's a button to go and purchase/select powers and, yes, there is a list of powers you can see but, when you try and select the power you want, the list scrolls away from your cursor. You can not select powers. Better off not having them anyways. I played the the mobile version and, although I encountered the same power selection "keep away" issue, I did somehow manage to select the "Triple Shot" power (it wasn't easy and it was aggravating as all hell). At this point, to afford the triple shot, I had already upgraded my firing rate and power by 3 or 4 levels. Triple shot with a level 3 upgrade to firing rate? Should make for a great power up, right? Except that the triple shot fired at a, seemingly, first level rate of fire. I get it, you don't want to make it too easy but... actually, no, I don't get it. This is supposed to be a relaxing game. Why do I have to play this game in a 2 steps forward, 3 steps back mechanic? If the rate of fire is so much slower for the triple shot, why am I only allowed to choose one power at a time? Why can't I pair it with the cursor speed up power?
This game is nothing but a repetitive grind with broken mechanics and intentionally (for all the wrong reasons) slow moving gameplay. When your core mechanic is to have the play grind through the whole time, that is not relaxing.
I want you to know that I might be coming off a bit harsh here because when I started playing this game I was really enjoying myself but, as time progressed, all these issues started to show themselves to me and yet, somehow, your reviews on mobile had perfect scores across the board so I left out of the game with a terrible taste in my mouth feeling, in a way, lied to. It's not good practice to have people you know or who work for you give you 5 star scores to seem like you have a better product than you actually do. In the words of Jake and Amir, "Bad practice, bad game, bad you."