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Reviews for "Lusfod"

Despite the 8 pages of nitpicking, I thought this was an excellent retro-style game. I owned an Atari 2600 and know the sound of Asteroids getting blown up :) A game like this, back then, would have been a 5 star hit. But in that respect, despite the bells and whistles, it's still a rather simple game of movement. Excellent work!

a touching story

Nice game, funny graphics!

Quite amusing. I think finishing game(gaining all achievement) weren't too much of grinding, even though little. I would have liked some silly story attached top of the game. Or at least something like: "You finished game, congrats!" or "If you didn't notice, game ended... sucker".

Some random point:
+ I didn't notice any introduction, I might have skipped it, but this didn't need any.
- I would have liked to be able to skip buying of third ship, which I tried, but couldn't do.
- Achievements didn't explore other possibilities of game(like get in one run 1000 coins without killing any, or kill 10 enemy in one run without getting any coins)
+ getting new ships were just in sweet spot, amount of new stuff increased slowly but steadily (of course skills increased at same time)
+?- Achievements didn't have in-game purpose(unlocking). Or if they did, I didn't notice it.

In total, nice game but without context just running trough 'maze' is not rewarding. World in peril or maybe lunch in peril would have been enough. Game took just the time this kind of game should.

Verdict: Playable, amusing, non-rewarding

Fun, but the dizzy flash is unnecessary for game play. The color of background disturb a lot. All a good game need is fine control, fluent frame and clear goal. This game does have these, other thing only made this game less joy.