EverScrollingTwo

by Notalot


Posted on September 23, 2010 at 8:09 AM



You control a guy that can move (WASD) and shoot (Mouse aim + left click fire). Each wave contains a boss with 300HP that needs to be shot to kill. They shoot back though, with a wide range of patterns ranging from odd to dangerous. You can use your own stream of bullets as a shield which wipes out theirs. Of course, the further you get the harder the bosses. They use a number of techniques to ensure that you can play the game forever (well, until you die) and will always get doable bosses.



Juju commented September 25, 2010 at 6:55 AM
Frantic, fast paced fun. You really do have to think on your feet. The graphic style is nice and unique but it is a little too unclear what's happening sometimes, maybe try and delineate the enemy/player/bullets a little more from the ambient background colour. A slightly higher brightness might do the trick. I was a little sceptical going into the game if it was going to be yet another mindless bullet hell game but it's much more than that with an interesting presentation. Music's nice as well but a little repetitive, could do with a mute button and it was a shame that there were no sound effects whatsoever - the player needs visual and audio feedback so a noise when you get hit or the enemy gets high might be nice. 8/10
Ferret commented September 25, 2010 at 7:27 AM
Pretty dang awesome, although I think what made me enjoy it the most was the music :P Gameplay is fun but I kinda wish there was more to it, the graphic style definitely makes it even more interesting though. The music was great but there weren't any sounds that had to do with the gameplay (like killing an enemy, an enemy appearing, or damage like Juju pointed out). Other then that I think it's a great game and it's cool to see you around again. 9/10
Aistarin commented September 26, 2010 at 6:41 AM
I swear to god I thought I was high when I was playing this game. The music was epic, and you should post an MP3 dammit (or externally load it).

8/10
Notalot commented September 26, 2010 at 8:40 AM
The song (Transitbot: Export Girl Boogie Time) can be downloaded from this (direct link): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4801027/transitbot%2Btransitbotexportgirlboogietime.mp3
Tasm commented September 26, 2010 at 3:57 PM
My eyes fell out of my head, bought plane tickets, and defected to Romania.