I actually quite enjoyed the game. It wasn't overly difficult, which in some aspects is good for the amateur gamer, but it would have been nice of there was some more thought to it. Most of the levels are just duck and run, no real puzzle solving. It doesn't take much thinking to avoid lasers and spikes. Although, of course, I also do not know if you wanted the puzzle aspect, but it would have been a nice challenge.
My only real complaint though is the portals. Especially in levels where there are lots or portals I never know I'm going to end up. It's just like a guessing game. It was kind of infuriating in some levels I kept dying because I didn't know where I was gonna go next. My suggestion is color coding. Make similar portals the same color, that way people can look and plan to see what keys they should press next.
Graphics are solid, I have no complaints. The music is fun and catchy, and not overly obnoxious which is good. It really fits the game. The controls were excellent. I had no bugs or glitches. Overall 4/5, 8/10
It's nice to see someone taking a less violent and more sensible approach to SOPA. Obviously freaking out is not the answer and I like how you added that extra lesson at the end.
It's also better to just let your rage out in this virtual game than in real life. ;)
Out of all the SOPA games...
Even though I do not personally support SOPA online piracy is still a very serious issue. I think people misunderstand that governments aim was not to censor the internet, nut to protect it from illegal or stolen content.
Is it so wrong to want to catch thieves who pirate illegal content ever single day?
SOPA is not the answer, but it's a start in the right direction. You make fun of it but I don't see you offering any other solutions. How would you like it if you made some million dollar tv show and some online hacker pirated and sold several of your shows?
Out of all the SOPA games I found this one, by far, to be the most ludicrous excuse for a protest. If you don't want SOPA what do you want? Do you want people to get ripped off instead? Do you want pirates? I know I don't.
I actually don't care at all, I just like making topically relevant videogames.
I mean if you think about it, this game idea is completely backwards, because all it's doing is restricting the distribution of this emulated version of ARKANOID; which is more a good thing, and proves your point really!
Also I made a game that you can buy for $10, and then put it on The Pirate Bay, so that's how seriously I take this issue of piracy.
There was nothing about this game that I actually liked. It was dumb, rude, and really gross.
I played it through to give it a fair review; hoping after the beginning it would get better, but it did not.
The animation was cheap, and the voice in the courthouse was way too hard to understand. Thank goodness there was text to go with it.
Also, like I said above, I find the idea of this game extremely crude. Herpes is not something to make fun of. It's an STD that people are getting everyday because they aren't being cautious and it's not right to make fun of people who do have it. What if you had herpes and then played this, how would you feel?
I don't know why this made the front page, nonetheless featured game.
Definite waste of my time.
I loved every aspect of this game, from the storyline the music it was just incredible.
Is it to much to ask for a world we can accept everyone for who they are? Must we be jealous of people just because they are talented?
Your comment made me very happy. :)
Maybe jealousy, maybe fear, I don't know... But I'm glad if my game made you think about these :)
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