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Reviews for "Traitor"

I've never been given to shooters, but the script and the scalable gameplay (free roam) really make this a class act, even if it does look like a Lite Brite box mated with a game of vector based Asteroids. Well done author and musician!

Just amazing.

One of my favorites. The art style is very nostalgic, kinda reminds me of rouge like games or ASCII Sector.

A very enjoyable game. The gameplay was both simple yet fun which was suited for the simplistic outline graphics, it worked well enough that even with little variation on objectives the game didn't get boring. I did enter the game with an objective mind but despite skipping most of the early dialogue I did find it began to captivate me to want to complete it with how you made the setting of the game revolve around showing the state people were in which wanted me to play to help them.

Perhaps my biggest complaint would be that I had no idea what order I was playing in, but with that said I just went around getting upgrades to weapons and regeneration (which did break the game somewhat early on but was needed later) and just pushed through everything that came up. But alas it didn't seem to cause much in the way of mixing up the story, so as a whole it didn't cause a problem since the path I did seem to take was beatable early on. Whether this is a fault or if it was planned, I wouldn't know. But either way it won over the complaint I was going to initially give.

Considering I don't tend to enjoy these vertical shooter games, I have to admit this is successful in making me play such a game to the end with the involving atmosphere.

I love the game except for one major flaw. i can't see the top and bottom of the game window at the same time. its too tall and stretches out of my computer screen. other than that yeah its great.