Arm of Revenge Re-Edition
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Great flash game, and still great now; I might be biased having played this game who knows how long in the past, but I’ll always be excited seeing flash games break away, especially with flash now dead. Can’t wait to see if these guys or other flash game creators will bring along their (other) work for the later generations to see them.
Lucky me gets to write the first review for yet another HotFoodGames asset flip/cash grab.
Imitating Zombies is another GameMaker Studio asset flip from serial copy+paste infringers, HotFoodGames. All these guys do is rip off game templates and projects from the Yoyogames/GameMaker Studio marketplace, change the name and a few cosmetic details, and try to scam people into paying for someone else’s work on Steam. They have run asset flip scams dozens of times, and this is no exception. It’s nothing but a cash grab.
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Nice and simple game, great music and concept. It would be a very good game for its scale if it got some more polish in the way how the controls work and how the game communicates its concepts.
Some feedback for the developer(s):
- To jump I drag my mouse pointer and that’s fine. What’s weird is that it seems like the game tracks not how I drag the pointer on the screen, but how it moves in the game world. Meaning that if i fall down my arrow starts pointing down and I have to cancel my attempt.
Short Hop Laser
Dear god it’s beautiful. My premonitions used to manifest in visions of utter terror and desolation, humankind wiped from this earth like excrement from a boot.
But now, thanks to the420, I see fields of green, red roses too. Play this game, if only to say you have become a part of what makes gaming good.
I like the big pink seagull
Something happened and the boxes began to collapse! Play as a furry creature, use the mouse keys to jump over the boxes. Your main task is to complete the level. And for this you need not to fall down, jump over boxes, do not step on spikes and saws. In case of death, the game will start over. Die, learn, train, and don’t be afraid to try again.
Cute main character
Unique and challenging levels and obstacles
Run, jump and dodge! Chameneon is a 2D Runner with unique physics that create a great challenge!
Switch the neon colors and surf your way to the end. A powerful virus has infected the Cyber Space and now is up to you to control a manual anti-virus called CHAMENEON.
Collect the Neon Disks to show everyone who’s boss. With simple gameplay and tons of stages to go throgh, you will be tested to the limit!
So what are you waiting for? It’s your time to shiny!
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Is this game a masterpiece? No, but it is a fine time-waster for anyone who likes the genre. It plays fast and satisfying, the visual presentation is good and magic spells and bossfights require a bit of thought during the mayhem.
It is a platformer on speed. You play a heroine with a long reaching sword which she can use very skilled (and fast), slicing through weak enemies like pudding while guitar riffs provide the musical background. There is no stamina bar, so you can slash as much as you want. You can also use a magic weapon (only one of the 20 that can be found can be equipped), as long as you still have magical energy (which regenerates over time). Killing enemies and destroying the picturesque environements (hanging corpses, gloomy lightsources) often yields you pickups. The sword can be used fast and has a far reach, so it is not too difficult to defeat your foes, also you can (double, later triple) jump rather far, which makes the platforming a joy. So, with a little bit of training, you slice through the levels quite fast - until you reach the boss at the end, where a little more concentration is necessary. With enough pickups, you can upgrade your heroine’s powers, when you die (you start with only one life but quite a few health points) you restart at the last checkpoint (without the upgrades). Game progress is saved when you complete one of the eight stages.
King’n Knight is an arcade platform game that takes place in a medival fantasy world. Play solo or coop in this game inspired by Ghosts’n Goblins and Megaman!
In King’n Knight, you will travel alone or with your friends for an adventure in a medival fantasy world filled with demons. You have to fight against the demons to restore peace and free the realm from evil.
Solo / Coop up to 4 players online or on the same screen.
Collect gold and reach higher levels, stuff your hero buying weapons and equipment.
You can at any time change your play style by selling your equipment.
Play in coop and chose your roles : The bow will help you attack the enemies from a distance, the sword is the perfect play style to defeat small monsters, whereas the axe will help you kill the stronger one. The torch which is one of the hardest to master, will help you guide your friend!
You will play against 50 differents type of mobs and tenish boss on the 10 levels.
Use the workshop to chose, create and share your hero style.
Retro Classix: Joe & Mac - Caveman Ninja
Epic Co-op Caveman Adventure the best Neanderthal at the end of each level gets the Cave Babe Kiss! Rejoice, Cavemen Rejoice…
I never played the original, but the style is still quite nostalgic. And who doesn’t like dinosaurs? Old school difficulty, but fortunately it doesn’t cost to feed quarters.
Retro Classix: Joe & Mac Returns
I feel like a lot could be done for this game, on a more presentable approach.
Joe and Mac plays a lot like Bubble Bobble, except with a prehistoric theme, which is fantastic on it’s own. You play as either Joe or Mac, two cavemen that rescue cave women from the threats of cutesy enemies. It’s simple enough. I really do dig this game from it’s gameplay to it’s visuals, with it’s nice charming, colorful arcade graphics. Very easy to get into, even though sometimes there’ll be frustrating BS moments in the game like expecting you to be quicker than the hitscan or so.
Easy Single Screen Fun !
Platformers back in the 1980’s and the early 1990’s were often difficult (especially compared to games being released these days). Sometimes we just needed to relax and play something easy and fun in order to mix things up.
Enter ‘Joe & Mac Returns’, released in the year 1994.
This game has the classic 1980’s single screen gameplay, but with all the bells and whistles of the 1990’s.
Expect at least an hour of fun, a few bosses and some good old fashioned “cheeky” humor.