Looks like a good game...
... but impossible to play on my laptop with no mouse. That shouldn't really count against much, because obviously the expectation is that most players WILL have a mouse, but still, on most games like this you can at the very least move the aim and the character simultaneously, whereas in this I could only move or aim, never both (and I had to tap the touchpad to let me aim again after moving)
However, I'm sure it'd be a great game for everyone else. Animation is pretty good, looks like there are a lot of features to vary gameplay (lots of weapons and levels. Obviously I didn't get far enough to unlock any of them, but still) and lots of pick ups, so I'd say it has the look of a very good game.
It was great until...
... I unlocked Master Betty as an advisor. Then it was AWESOME! I can't believe I just played a game where you can make Master Betty kidnap the President! XD
Amazing all round. Little hard to get into at the start, but well worth it.
It was a good game, but...
The music was annoying. I don't mean I didn't like the song, it was good, but everytime you died it suddenly cuts out, and then when you restart you have to hear it from the beginning again. I got pretty tired or hearing that intro, and in all honesty I'd have tried for longer if it wasn't for that.
Also, maybe you could have given the single player a health bar too. Not as big a one, but maybe with 3 hits or something.
Answering the questions, fine. Dodging the machetes, fine. Answering the questions while dodging machetes, suprisingly fine. The only problem was that sometimes it was impossible to answer the right question or get the prize, becase a barrage of knives would suddenly come down between you and your goal. No, I don't mean the barrage when you get a question wrong, I mean by pure bad luck the randomized machetes would concentrate in one place, and because of the sheer number of them it made moving impossible. And if, like me, you were unfortunate enough to get this while far over to one side and on low health, you can't dodge the single machetes and you die. Pleh.
6365 points. Hells yeah!
Only problem was that first time I played I got my fourth X on the hold note at the end and had to start again. Oh well. It was fun.
I'm kind of disappointed...
I don't care if a nuclear holocaust couldn't remove me from the face of the Earth, I got a frikkin D in my knowledge of zombies. While I have absolutely no faults with the rest of the quiz (It was AWESOME!) I defy you! Different Zombie movies/games have slightly different zombies. The resident evil zombies do bring corpses back to life, and the Dead Rising/Dawn of the Dead (Or at least the one I've seen) zombies don't attack animals. So there! I HAVE seen more than one zombie movie.
It was pretty good
but I'm still pissed at the... french one (Curse you not letting us post answers here). I'd got it in the first 5 or so seconds, but because I hadn't written The it didn't count. Also, there were a tad too many American ones. Being a humble Brit, I found that there were some I recognised but didn't know the name of, so I spent 60 seconds growling at the screen. Oh well, I can't say it wasn't addictive.
That's true. If I make another 'Places' one, I'll try to focus on the world rather than America... Not sure why I did it... I'm Canadian! LOL
I think I focused on the Americans because in my first Who Am I? game, spotlight, I used a famous Canadian for the last thing... and I got complaints about nobody knowing who he was... he was the Prime Minister for ten friggen years! LOL
It's all been done before, but this was one of the best of these kinds of games. Other than a complete and utter feeling of emasculation, it was quite enjoyable. I think if it got a bit faster a bit quiker it might be better.
Hell yeah! Take that everyone except for the 213 people who kicked my ass!
Anyways, it was ok, but I prefered the second course to the first, maybe you should have started with that?
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