Awesome game, really addictive. I love the art, the mayhem and chaos and constant explosions and squishing that happens when you start to really level up your stuff, the wide variety of gummies and power-ups.... but, yep, my save file was just deleted.
What the hell...
... did I just spend half an hour playing?
Haven't written a review in years.... but this one is necessary. I also don't understand why some people are so angry over this. I think they're just upset they don't get a Replay like other games. Whatever.
My only real gripe is that the walking was a little too slow.
I personally loved that you had to live (or die) with the choices you made. Refreshing the page and seeing me and my daughter still sitting dead on the bench kind of rattled me. It's hard to make a computer game that has an actual effect on your reality. That's why this game is so creative. No matter what you do and what choices you make, you will never be able to play this game again a second time. Ever. That's it. Forever. Even long after I'm dead and buried in the ground, that image of my daughter and I on the park bench would still show up if someone bothered to go back to this game on my computer. And really.... that's kind of spooky. Haunting.
I think the best way to express this haunting feeling is that when someone in the year 2283 finds my laptop, boots it up (let's just say it'll still be working), goes to Newgrounds, and loads this game..... that image will STILL be there. It's almost like that image that keeps coming up whenever I refresh is a mark of myself, because that image contains in itself and reflects all the choices I made in this game. So when the guy from 2283 sees that image, it's like he's looking at a small part of me that has lived on even after my death.
(I realize there are ways to get around this no-Restart thing, but the idea here is clearly that you're supposed to live with the choices you've made, and that's what I'm running with.)
I've never taken this much time to think about a random game I've played online. This game goes outside the box; it's not just something you play online to kill time, but it transgresses that barrier between the internet and reality; you play it online, and once you do, you can never play it again.
You have a very interesting way of thinking about things. Don't stop. Whatever train of thought led you to create the idea for this game, keep it up. Build on it. You've taken the art/entertainment form of the internet game and turned it into something more.... meaningful, I guess. All it took was the simple removal of a Replay button, so some people might say that simplicity is why it's not a big deal... I personally think it's that simplicity which makes it so intriguing, and so what if it's simple? Sometimes simple things are a lot better than bells and whistles, which I'm glad you left out; it makes this game's point very clear. It wasn't 'fun', per se, but it's absolutely without a doubt the number one most interesting and thought-provoking game I've ever played on the internet. At the risk of sounding like a pretentious jackass, I'm a highly passionate writer and creative arts enthusiast.... and you have my admiration for this game.
For some reason I can't really explain, I don't think I'm ever going to forget this game... or the image I was left with.
So... the idea is that we are rewarded with people's love when we obey them, and they think we hate them if we disobey? I feel like this game is just one detail short of clarification.
More games need this level of depth and thought. Nice.
Attack doesn't work
Good art... but clicking didn't make me attack.
Lots of upgrades = big win.
...the hit detection is monstrously off. Oftentimes I was flying right in front of cubes firing my gun until it stopped, and I would have only hit them a couple times, even with Multipath weapons. Please fix that.
I want to say it's good, but...
... the 4th level on the US campaign is impossible on Regular. The tanks kill my units way too easily, especially the anti-tank guys I so desperately need (and only get 2 of). On top of that, my guys keep advancing of their own accord, oftentimes right into tank fire. Might want to fix that.
Since this is made by Con-Artists, I know it's a good game. But ease up on the difficulty, guys!
You want people to stop hating on Islam... then take responsibility for your religion like all the other religions in the world have and speak out against the extremists in your religion.
Until you do that, you have no reason to blame anyone for being "Islamophobic", because you've done sh!t-all to convince them otherwise, except with prosletyzing like this that avoids the real issue.
... am I the only one who's being taken straight to boss rush mode after I complete the training? Or is this part of the story line? It doesn't seem like it, because I have Zero in my party with no explanation.
Also, still having combat freezes. Graphics could be touched up in combat (it's a little dull). Other than that, nice game.
Exactly like Bunny Invasion 2...
...which isn't necessarily a bad thing, if you haven't played BI 2. But for those of us who have, this was nothing but the same with different graphics and cut scenes (which I wouldn't mind seeing more of). But it feels like you just touched up BI 2 in time for Easter, and for the ads.
Also, all of the Bunny Invasion games have a tendency to freeze my browser whenever I click any program outside Firefox. Don't know if anyone else has this issue, but it's a pain in the ass for me.
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