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MindFeed MindFeed

Rated 5 / 5 stars


It was great, actually, loved the wit, but there seems to be something wrong with the statement, "well i guess your not as dumb after all..."
Also, I loved the text, but I think there's actually a plug-in for Flash that does that for you, but I could be mistaken.
Anyway, you did great, and I love the minimalistic take on it! Keep it up!

K-Guare responds:

Yeah, i finally found a way to do that with actionscript,
thanks for the reference though. :]
Glad you liked it :D

Flash Critical Beats Flash Critical Beats

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Man, I don't know what everyone's talking about; I, for one, loved this game, it's better than all those other Rock-Out games (you have my vote, at least), because, let's face it, the others have the one thing really going for all of them: some cheap imitation of Guitar Hero.
I've never played this game, by the way, this Elite Beat Agents...in fact, I don't even own a Nintendo DS (nor do I support Nintendo in any way, after Super Mario Sunshine...ick. Morals.), and maybe that's why I found this game so much fun, especially the last song.
From what I hear, though, it's supposed to have some kooky graphics in the background, and, just to piss you off, I'll say it, too. This game would be better with them (don't feel bad, though, I believe I'm empathetic your situation...).
The beats, from what I can see, are a little off, but that's just because I've been a percussionist all my life, and we pick up on the slightest things in the world. I didn't find it nothing to be too stressed out about, like some people on here, and I know how hard it is to match up a tempo of 120+ with only 24 (or 12, or whatever) frames/sec, so I'm empathetic about that, as well.
I do hope you'll release a full-er one, use this as a beta or something, and build on it. I had a blast with it, for the ten-or-so minutes I played (the songs are a bit repetitive).
If I were to suggest anything, I'd say J-pop or J-rock (just because it seems so fitting, although I understand the confusion over the music), and, seeing how it's already "stealing" ideas, as one so eloquently wrote earlier, if you really felt like adding background animation, just take a few sprite videos and toss 'em all together for the backgrounds.

XceeD responds:

Thanks a lot for the review.
I do agree with you with the graphics in the background and all but I can't draw it xD. Next time, I'll ask my friend to help out.
This one is basically a beta because I didn't release it to see the comments that everyone had. In the next release, I'll be sure to add more songs and stuff. I especially like J-pop and J-rock so I would put those there.
Well, I'm glad that you liked playing it :D!

SousaPalooza SousaPalooza

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Probably one of the most...

Unique games I've ever played (aside from Gallant Seventh). Sure, the lack of a "powerup shop" or something like that is a bit downsizing, but to base a shooting game around Sousa is...I lack an adjective to describe it.
Although, Tuba really isn't my instrument. It's...a bit towering.

Crazy Ball! Crazy Ball!

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun for a bit.

I like the fact that it features three different kind of games to play, although I'm...all alone, so I guess two games.
After a while, though, it got really old doing the same thing over and over again, and the speeding up just got you more and more frustrated.

Jewel of Atlantis Jewel of Atlantis

Rated 5 / 5 stars


For anyone with the idea that, "hey! This game's just like a few others!" I ask you: "who cares? It probably is the same. It's a flash game, though, unlike Bejeweled, so shove it."
I thought the music was awesome. Speaking of which, where could I get it from?
The gameplay was really good, and if I wasn't dead-poor, I'd be the full version.

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