Reviews for "Galaxus"

Fuck the lowest denominator

I by that I mean fuck appealing to the idiots, the impatient, the ones with an IQ
below 100. It's ruining the game industry. You on the other hand, I applaud you.

So what if you made the game a little challenging. i think it makes it all that more
playable. I mean, if it was easy to get all the upgrades, and cruise through each wave as if it were a desert highway, what would be the point of playing it again? you already know you're going to win. While I did feel it was a bit harsh to start all the way from the beginning, it didn't feel unjust. I felt angry, not at the game, but at myself for running into that stray bullet, and it only made me play harder.

Games back then had to be challenging, that's how they kept interest. That's why video games got so big in the first place. Why should they be any different today, just because we have better graphics for them?

tl;dr: Good job man, keep up the good work.

P.S. anyone who down votes this is part of the lowest denominator

Its good, i guess

i agree, you die WAY TO EASILY! one hit KO, thats no fun when you the one getting KOed, i would suggest remaking it to have like three live.




First off, the game it's self is good.

however, there are some glitches.

most of the bad guys can be killed through patience and timing, there's very little "skill" required to get through the game. there is an unlimited gold bug, and the advertising always hovers around the bottom of the screen, so if you r shooting while to far down, you jump to another tab in your window.

For next time, a cleaner interface and a somewhat faster learning curve would be cool.

otherwise, nice game!

Skellus responds:

What then is skill? You mention Patience and Timing imo these two are skills. You can't run around wildly, push buttons randomly or anything like that, you need to employ Tactics in order to go through, ergo: this game requires skill.


Buggy game, otherwise nice. There are lots of bugs. The most annoying one is that your bullets disappear somewhere in the middle of nowhere. This causes you to die quite quickly in the later waves, since there's no way you could kill the enemies before they kill you...