Sprite Fighter

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  1. agog

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    Sprite Fighter (feedback request)

    Sprite Fighter is a game where your a tiny blue ring with a gun on it, and u fly around dodging hundreds of enemies shooting in all directions with the mouse. You can use the turret to shoot a bunch of bullets, the laser to fire a beam of destruction, a shield to ram enemies and deflect bullets, or a bomb to do imence damage ot all enemies on screen. Take a look at this gameplay video and tell me what you think!

    --->Sprite Fighter gameplay video.

    --->a random thing of gameplay snapshots.

    feel free to contact me on msn messenger. ---> agog_bros@hotmail.com
     
    #1 agog, Apr 22, 2006
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  2. bignobody

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    Very cool! Looks very hectic! Reminds me of Crimsonland, but on a microcosm level, as if you were destroying virus cells and such. Is there a demo available?

    edit: BTW, Sprite Fighter seems a pretty generic/boring name. Surely you can come up with something more creative?

    Regards,
     
  3. agog

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    :rolleyes: no sorry no demo up yet... it might be a while too....i am slow :eek:

    heh, it is hard to come up for names, but yea, plus allot of people might not know what im talking about when i say sprite in sprite fighter...submit name ideas if you want, heheh.
     
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