۝ X-termination

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by morphosis, May 11, 2005.

  1. morphosis

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    Started this yesterday.

    Screens:
    2 Below and more at:
    http://s8.invisionfree.com/Games_2B_Game_D...hp?showtopic=43

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    Download:
    6 mb
    http://www.neacdrepairs.com/morphosis/xtermination.zip

    -Quick story about game:
    A virus takes control of a colony, you must find a cure and X-terminate the creatures.

    -Features so far:
    ..6 levels
    .....ummm more to come!

    Bugs So Far:
    When it says "Press Space" it will not always work to go to the next room. Just click the "Click Here" button, you will see it.

    Thoughts? Bugz?
    Thanx!
    John

    :)
     
  2. Nexic

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    Um you can't fire? I tried every single button on the keyboard. (it really annoys me when games dont use Space Bar or Control to fire!!!!)

    It also runs a quite slow on my high end PC...

    Not sure what else to say, there isn't really enough of a game to make comments about, at the moment you just walk around and collect stuff? I would suggest not having the several levels without anything to kill, it will put people off if they haven't encountered much after a short while of playing. The first level of alien shooter has no monsters, but it was really really short and didn't feature in the demo.

    I think it could be good with a lot of polish, but it's really in a too early stage to make any real judgement about.
     
  3. morphosis

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    ..Well to Fire you have to pick up some ammo first. And Space if the button to fire with.

    The first few areas you collect ammo which will be used later on to hunt down creatures.
     

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