... proper use of the arrow to the knee retarded forced meme, a lead into a funny rant about Skyrim. Everywhere I go on the internet I can't help be see comments from every idiotic 10-16 year old, "DURHURURHURUHRUR I WOULDA DONE *such and such* BUT THEN I TOOK AN ARROW TO THE KNEE HUHUHUHUHU. Well done flash, good art, good voice acting, good integration of quotes and annoying things that happen from the game, and a good ending that I wasn't expecting. Keep up the good work.
A bit choppy but good
I'm not quite sure I understand the whole idea other than the boss is angry at his lazy employees and just feels like killing them, and if that is the idea then I'd say you executed it pretty well haha. I feel like a little more work could have been put into the running animations since they were used so often for each character, but it kinda adds to the effect that they're frantically running away from their psychotic boss. Overall it wasn't one of the funnier animations I've seen but I definitely got a kick out of it. Good job and keep animating!
hilarious storyline as usual, just curious what was in the "juicy tits' cup before it was thrown out
Furstrating but fun
Probably one of the most rage inducing, but at the same time fun scrolling shooters I've played. The fact that the game is truly challenging is what makes it fun, so I find it hard to believe the amount of reviews that simply complain that the game is too hard and rate it down. I guess people nowadays just sit back and play games not for the challenge and accomplishment but to just fry brain cells. Sure the hectic fights in just about every level are hard, but hell do people not enjoy trying over again and finally beating it? Or do people just lose like 3 times and rage quit. Anyways enough of my ranting, back to the actual review.
The gameplay was great and each level brought harder and harder challenges with even more frustrating enemies that now not only fired straight lines but every single direction. I really liked the idea of upgradable weapons, armor, and speed, however some of the weapons did seem a little pointless. As others mentioned, the weapons that fired slower generally didn't do a sufficient amount of damage to be effective and I just ended up going with ones that fired faster since there were always such ridiculous amount of enemies.
The sounds and music were good quality and unlike some other shoots didn't grow old after one level, possibly because there were so many enemies at every second that you never really had time to notice the music, but that's totally ok.
The one thing that got me was the fact that levels really had no replay value because the amount of experience you received each time you completed it decreased. However, this does prevent grinding and getting overpowered and making the game too easy, which was what I ranted about for the first half of this. The achievements however had me going back to the older levels and added even more fun challenges to the game.
Overall a very well made, crazy, hectic, shooter that's lots of fun. Great Job
So far on It Keeps Happening, the closest I've gotten to actually beating the level is when my decapitated body and legless son fall onto the finish area and explode, and you know what, I'm totally fine with that.
Played through it once without actually seeing the movie and honestly got annoyed with the music and had to turn it off. Then I watched the movie and the song is basically the entire soundtrack, so playing it again and realizing that having the music is completely necessary and hilarious.
Full of win.
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