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Reviews for "Summer Slaughter"

Basic, but good.

I like the feel of the game, and the graphics are quite polished for a game made in 48 hours. But my biggest problem with the game is the music. It's an alright choice but it's so loud and overbearing it makes the opening cutscene annoying, as you can't listen to the audio, without hearing the music, and ripping your ears out. You just needed to turn it down two notches and I would have reviewed an 8. But overall, a nice game, even if the menu systems seem like rush jobs.

NO! My sunscreen!

Didn't get very far in the game, but it's pretty fun. The game itself isn't too original. However, the twist on the classic zombies is entertaining.

As far as the graphics go, I like them. They fit the theme very well. The music, on the other hand, doesn't. I can't exactly put my finger on it, but heavily distorted guitar doesn't seem to fit well with the game.

Now, for a nitpick. The upgrade screen lists 'Walk Speed' as an option. However, I can't figure out how to move the guy. I've tried arrow keys and WASD, but they don't work. Conceivably, the option could affect the zombies, but I don't see how that would work with in-game logic. I tried that upgrade once, but I didn't notice any difference. So, even if it's supposed to affect the zombies, I think the effects should be more noticeable from the beginning.

Not Bad

Not bad, although the defense games have been done to death. Also you need a way to repair the wall between waves and my character kept moving to the bottom on his own and getting stuck.

five

I give you a five, but if you would have added a bit more of detail into external aspect like the fonts or an animation for the character dying , or at least an screen like resindent evil with ablack screen with a "you died" but just a "you have alreadi died, and the barricade look in one piece