Teletubbies -Mercy Kill.

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You ARE the best!

ok, this IS cow counrty MOOOooo! dont shoot the cows! Get the 'tubbies! I hate these guys.... who doesn't? this has got to be the absolute best portal entry I have seen Yet! keep up the good work! the weapon switching, and the headshot bonuses kich ass... . MARGE!!! I have A shotgun!
something funny happened.. hoow did i trigger it? the game went kill kill kil and the timer froze at 93... i must have racked up a few thousand points before i stopped to write this review. anywayz, when do we get to see more?!


I found being able to choose your weapon based on range a real plus and a challenge
I loved the chainsaw!
maybe add a big knife ,so you can stab the mofo's

This shit kinda sucks!

I hate to be one of the minority that gave this game a bad review, but let's face it - it sucks! At least that's what I think. I think just about everyone reviewing these games are taking into heavy account that these games were made in Flash, and have given these games a much better judgement as a result. I think this needs to stop. If sucky games like this are given a 10 just because they were made in Flash, I think that is very tragic for the Flash community, because I believe Flash has the potential to create some fantastic games, and not just by Flash standards. Look at this game. Even Space Invaders was more sophisticated than this! Though the multimedia is more sophisticated and the interface is nicer than most Flash games, by standards outside of Flash games, this one is a major LOSER.

major problems

i dont know what was up but the only weapon i could use was the chain saw, and the target only went up halfway on the screen. Also, on the 3-d loader, the text should have been mirrored on the globe!

Dude !!!

This is the best flash game I have ever played !!!

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3.51 / 5.00

Nov 11, 2000
9:43 AM EST
Action - Shooter - First Person
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