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Posted by InkNimations - January 27th, 2018
Hey guys, it's been quite a while since I wrote a review, but now I finally wrote one! Today I'm reviewing Yars' Revenge for the Atari 2600 Video Computer System. If you don't know what Yars' Revenge is, you're either very young, or you've been living under a rock. Or maybe both. The game takes a bit of a learning curve, but you can get used to it overtime. I'm not explaining it if you don't know what it is though, so you might as well look it up.
Graphically speaking, it does pretty good for 1981.
Sound-wise, it does pretty good too.
Control-wise, it also does pretty good.
Family-friendly-wise, it would probably get an E for Everyone rating or an E10+ for Everyone 10 and up rating.
So what do I think of it? This is a great game! The graphics, sounds, idea, controls, and everything is really great!
How do I RATE it? It's so fun and so well made, I'm rating it a 10/10.
See you next review! And sorry if this one was too short for you.
Posted by InkNimations - January 3rd, 2018
Hello, today I'm going to review Space Invaders for the Nintendo Famicom.
So, you've probably heard of Space Invaders by now, but if you don't know, it's a game where you shoot aliens before they invade the planet surface. Clear all the aliens and you enter a harder level.
Graphicially speaking, the graphics are pretty bad, with some of the aliens looking more like colorful smiley faces during part of their animations.
The sounds in this game are also really bad, and don't even sound close to the Arcade version.
The controls are terrible, the bullets take longer than usual to regenerate.
But if there's only 1 good thing about it, it's Space Invaders.
If you want this, MSI Entertainment made a plug and play dedicated to it, with one game and ONLY one game.
So what do I think about Space Invaders for the Famicom? It sucks HARD. It's the worst version of Space Invaders I have ever played. The sounds are horrible, the controls are horrible, the aliens move farther than you, the bullets are so hard to use, and the aliens are horribly drawn!
So how do I rate this? This is so bad, I'm rating it a 0/10.
Even the Atari 5200 controller is better than this, and it is BAD as HELL.
See you next review!
Posted by InkNimations - January 2nd, 2018
Hello, this is InkNimations speaking. Today, I'm going to review B!T by Alex Parr, made in 2017.
The graphics are pretty good for a retro-style Scratch game, but there are some flaws. The coins, ammo, and gun aren't colored, and the blocks don't have faces. But otherwise, they're really good! There are also 3 unused gun graphics found in the game's code.
The game actually plays really good. It's a little difficult, and a little simple, but it's really fun. The gun is also a little hard to use, but I'm glad Alex added it after he got backlash about Z being "Fire" instead of "Start". Also, every 10 coins increase the difficulty, which I think is a little too much, I think 5 or 8 would have been better. Otherwise, the gameplay is really good!
SOUNDS: Perfect 10!
The sounds are actually really good, not much is to be said about them.
STORY: Wait WHAT?
Why would we put STORY in this review? There IS no story!
Overall, I rate this game a 9/10.
Posted by InkNimations - August 30th, 2017
Here's why I haven't made anything since I joined.
1. I don't have any ideas
2. I can't handle Flash code and if I use Scratch then I will get a lot of backlash
3. Animation takes quite a while
But that's okay, I can make comics! At least, when I get ideas.