I'm so sorry, I couldn't play your game because I couldn't get the character to move. I tried all the arrow keys, WASD, and just whacked on my keyboard. I still gave you 4 stars because I don't want to hurt your score.
Don't worry about it. Not sure what was wrong with it.
Simple and well executed. I liked the animation on the animals. We played until level 25, but then it was a little frustrating, as the elephant was causing some trouble.
This made me very depressed the moment I saw how similar it was to an already popular and overrated/overdone genre. Come on, you know you were copying a game when you made this. And if those were your models (which it looks like you've put a decent amount of work into) then why not use your talents to create an original game? I don't want to shit on your hard work, but copycats make me sick.
Have you ever played defend your castle? You've basically recreated that game, only with guns. Try adding a new twist to the defense genre, because a lot of people are very tired of the same old shoot-upgrade gameplay. And try spending more time on the enemy design. Stick figures really show you don't care about style at all. Although, your gameplay was tight and you did a great job programming it :)
Very nice artistic style, it was beautiful. The game, however, seemed very slow paced and overall really easy. I closed the game after wave 9 because it was getting way too repetitive. Many other TD games would let you have many many more upgrades and many more towers built within the first 5 minutes of the game. It took almost 5 minutes to get 2 upgrades and 3 towers. It's almost like a tower defense game for children.
Great work though, please improve for the next one!
Yes, it was easy, but I'd rather it be easy and entertaining than be difficult and void of any story (Like the Crimson Room series, which was both). I like the story, it kept me entertained and really helped to put me in the story you surrounded. Great job. My advice for a sequel would be to make it exactly the same, except longer and more creative (not difficult!). I love the bar-code scanner, it added a great element to the game. Overall great game.
Quite possibly the least fun I've ever had in my life
I loved this game, the barriers really added to the feel of the game. Don't listen to others, I've played zombie games and can safely say this was one of the best in terms of gameplay and originality. I just wish it didn't run so slow on my computer, maybe you can incorporate some sort of quality control in the sequel? Also, the sniper's "range" really wasn't anything different from the other ranges of the other weapons. Still had a lot of fun playing this though. Just like the other reviewers said, more upgrades and such would greatly improve gameplay.
Incredibly addicting, almost flawless in flaws.
*****PLEASE FIX RANKING ERROR: I just got 50 points, and I was NOT awarded a research point.
Other than my error, this was a near perfect game.
Ive been around here a while, and I'm pretty convinced that there will never be a good flash ddr like game. The only good one is on flashflashrevolution (dot com) and its mostly due to the fact that the music is rarely in synch on flash files. I'm sorry but thats just how it is.
omg! you're a f**kin genius! no WONDER flashflashrevolution is called "flash" because it is made in flash! wow! "rarely in sync on flash files" my ass.
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