This was pretty funny.
A real TSA Agent would say "Sorry this can't go with you on plane. It has to go... UNDERNEATH IT."
Besides the agent would probably facepalm before sending it out of the X-Ray.
Bullet bill.... Who ever came up with that simple line of dialogue... Pure genius! Bullet bill should have his own talk show...
I get it. But the game is a clone of Space Invaders and Here they come.
Make it more interesting. Do more than just sfx with voices and bosses. The gameplay is just too simple for making fun of Westborro.
I hunger for SEQUEL!
After 2 and a half flippin hours man. 2 AND A HALF FLIPPIN HOURS.... It only brings back memories of the first game.
However Sinistar was rather easy to beat seeing how I have a spazz-tactic that works every time. (I really can hit any single button quite a few times with this spazz-tactic. Why do I call it a spazz-tactic? Because it looks like my whole arm is spazzing out...)
200 deaths in the yellow room... 400 every where else....
A bit hard...
But not as hard as some people make them out to be.
The art in this just fit with the music in the background.
No sound effects but I don't think the game needs sound effects for the most part. Maybe for jumping, landing, and trains passing by but that is it.
I didn't have any trouble with hit detection so on that front its fine. I noticed that you can actually avoid some obstacles and even trains if you hit it early. I also noticed that he is sort of off the track when you do switch if you hit it too early.
Some obstacles end up right in the way of the track switchers. Kind of unfair but adds to the difficulty of the game which I like.
Overall a very fun and a bit story driven game. I want to get to the end but it is so hard!
Thanks for the review.
ps. your music rocks :)
The first DnB track that is actually DnB..... YAY!
I like the sounds. but what else are you going to put into the portal? I'd like to hear more from ya.
Thanks. Maybe in a few days i will post others pieces. I work on a electro rock songs for a few months , so it will be probably the next. And some others orchestral after.
Keep making music. You have a great idea here and I believe your talent is going to keep evolving. Never give up on your talent.
Eventually you will get to where I am. Making some very interesting songs.
Your song here makes musical sense. But I would say maybe you ought to try a different DaW (Digital Audio Workstation.)
Learn it and make the move to creating a masterpiece that no one else will be able to touch.
Pick a DaW and stick with it. FL Studio, Reason, Acid Pro, Ableton Live, Pro Sessions.
All of those listed above are the names of DaW's. Each one has its own learning curve. Just pick one and stick with it. Learning the ins and outs of the entire program.
I would seriously consider getting a demo of the DaW before obtaining one to make sure it is the one you want to use.
But keep making music nonetheless.
I actually prefer using music notation software to make music, rather than Digital Audio Workstations. Also, I use a Mac, so I can't use most of those recommendations, and Ableton was too confusing.
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