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Reviews for "Block Squad (mp Fps Beta)"

Plug-in is not supported

AidenStudios responds:

You need Unity Web player. This is a problem with your computer, not the game. Thanks

i dont wanna donate that screen dont get out i cant play so....

AidenStudios responds:

Click on "US1" or "US2".
If you do not see either of those buttons, zoom out in your browser.

i get a message saying this plug in is not supported

AidenStudios responds:

PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION. IT SAYS YOU NEED THE UNITY WEBPLAYER. Thank you

I would have given this 3 stars based on the build this game had just a few weeks ago. However, it went from feeling like a solid beta to pre-alpha non-sense.

AidenStudios responds:

I am confused, as the only difference between this build and the build from a couple of weeks ago is the login system and a new map.

I don't know what I was expecting. But it sure wasn't what I got. The very first thing I figured I'd try was the "Zombies". When I started there was no start up screen, no prompt window, nothing but two buttons, a poorly made world viewed through a lag fed screen and the constant noise as if I was being hit by something I apparently couldn't see. I pushed through five minutes of laggy goodness in hopes it would get better, when I was horribly wrong. I saw several glimpses of the "Zombies" but this was only a secound before they decided to completely vanish. The game lagged some more, I heard the constant sound of me getting attacked, and it. Froze? I'm not entirely sure. My mouse cursor came up and I figured that was the end of that. The game screen is too large, the game is laggy, the zombies are invisible? And overall it looked like you ported this from Google Play. I didn't even bother to try the multiplayer in fear that my computer would physically cry. All in all it's a game that vaguely looks like Minecraft but only just enough so the creator won't get in trouble with Microsoft, and it needs so much work you might as well give it a band-aid and some anti-septic.