All 14 game Reviews


Do Stuff! Do Stuff!

Rated 2 / 5 stars

This game was really simple, and not a music game

It is also late for the contest.

The graphics were not good.
The sound was reppettitive.
The controls were odd, and annoying to go from mouse to keyboard.

Overall it was not well made game.


MercuryLime responds:

It was before midnight in my time zone. I sent an email to Armor Games explaining the situation, so it's up to them.

As for mouse and keyboard.. you have two hands.


-Mines-of-Rock -Mines-of-Rock

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Weird introduction, decent gameplay, hard.

I don't really understand how this is a rock out game. I can see its slightly musically themed, but it does not give me the feeling of rocking out.

The graphics for the introduction were painful. I am sorry but they were I don't know what about them made them that way. But the graphics for the game play were pretty good. Also you missed the deadline for the contest by a few minutes I believe.

The style of the game play was also presented very well. Marked down a few because of some glitches with collecting certain music notes.

The sound was kind of annoying for part of the game, so it is rated down slightly more harshly.

The violence gets a low rating because there was non really. When the character gets hit by huge spikes coming out of the ground, all that you see is an after image of him.

Based on how the controls felt, and the cool gravity effects, the interactivity gets an 8.

Humor, it was not funny at all in fact it angered me.

Over all it gets a 7 because of the annoying timing issues with the huge spikes, they just move to fast, and for some reason you cant run past the wooden part of them.



Headfirst To Hell Headfirst To Hell

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Most original rock out game I've played

The statement above is what I would have said if by chance I did not own Elite Beat Agents for Nintendo DS.

Graphics: They are actually pretty good, just to much story for a music game(Notice I did not say Rock-Out game)

Style: Pretty much completely stolen from Elite Beat Agents.

Sound: The music was comprised of mellow acoustic guitar, not something that makes me want to "Rock Out"

Violence: The stolen type of game play did not last me past the second song, but what from I have seen this game is completely devoid of any violence.

Interactivity: It was interactive, but It was not original so that score was knocked down a bit.

Humor: The only thing funny about this game is watching someone sit through the entire introduction.

Overall: The stolen style, bad music choice, and overall mellow game for the rock out contest leaves me with no choice other than to give this game the low ranking of a 3. I am sorry. This game might have garnished with a higher score from me if it had not been submitted to the rock out contest.

If you really think my review was not fair, by all means vote it down, but after carefully reading my review, you think that it merits no down-vote, please rate accordingly.



1812 Overature 1812 Overature

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Do I have to be mentally challenged to lose?

This is an insult to humanity and my intelligence. How this game is getting over a 3.6 currently is beyond me.

Am I correct in saying that this game was made for a person who's only limb is a single arm, and they have no digits on that arm?

The graphics are simple, way too simple, and there is very little animation.

The Style was as bad as the graphics, there was none

The sound was not original, as it is supposed to be for the contest, and there was only one song, a song that is impossible to rock out to, and is over 200 years old. The overly loud cannons also got annoying

In a game involving cannon fire, there was a surprising lack of violence. I was expecting to at least have something explode in a shower of blood organs, and/or fire.

In a game, the amount of interactivity shown here was dismal at best. Only one button to press.

Humor, it was funny during the time I pressed play and saw the first note get hit, I was disappointed after he did not die.

Overall this game was a horrendous experience, and I would not wish anyone to play this game, even my most hated enemies.



SunStories 2:Drawing Rage SunStories 2:Drawing Rage

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Excellent idea, but poorly executed.

The graphics were way below par. The coding has lots of minor glitches, and things that could have been made way better. It did not seem to have good flow.

And how is this a rock out game. It is a game that happens to have music. Nothing goes along with the beat of the music.

It could have been much better.



KMR KMR

Rated 0 / 5 stars

This is a poorly rendition of DDR

This game has nothing new or exiting in it.

It is just a poorly made version of DDR

It is extremely glitchy; the notes do not sync with the song, and when you slam all the keys down, you don't loose points, and it gives you perfects while slowing the game down to a crawl, making hundreds of arrows come at once.

There is no challenge to the game, and it is not any fun.


DrRobot responds:

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Captain Zorro Captain Zorro

Rated 0 / 5 stars

This was exactly what shooter should not be

It was horrible. I'm sorry, but it just was.

Don't make games ever again kthnxbia.



Tattoo Artist Tattoo Artist

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That was suprisingly fun!!!

I liked the concept of the game but I found it slightly to easy to beat. Like you said below this would be fun for nintendo DS and Wii.



Zombie Hunter II Zombie Hunter II

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

There were to many glitches and problems

I would explain them all, but that would be a waste of my time, seeing that everyone else did.



Virtual 8-Ball Virtual 8-Ball

Rated 4 / 5 stars

That was funny

I asked it if i should give it a 0 but it said no, then i asked it if i should give it a 1, and so on until I got to 3 and it said yes, but then i asked it if the game sucked and it said yes, so exited it, and gave it the 3 it told me to give.