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Thanks a lot for making this video! Good job on finding the Debug Mode ! :D

Thanks a lot for making this very kind comment :'-)
and most of all Congrats for having found these "secret" keynotes !! :D
Glad you liked the game and that it made you laugh out loud!

Really neat. Nice to see all these mechanics and not only the snake-basic ones!

Thank you so much for playing! I'm glad you enjoyed firing at these bloops!😅
For your information, if you try to fill the screen with small aliens to maximise your score multiplier ("leeching" technique), it will become harder, as enemy fire rate may increase depending on the number of entities on screen... 😈

👍👍👍 It works! Thanks!

Very neat graphics and effects since Pico-8 limitations are very harsh!

I spotted that you managed to implement a custom mouse pointer.

May I ask you how you prevent system mouse cursor to be drawn on top of your mouse sprite?

Thank you.

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Thanks a lot for playing! 😀
@3:14 Good looking boss ship 😂

Hey Cyberwolf! Don't worry for that!

I liked how the left wing evolved at 5:14 since you focused on the wings. 🤩
Many thanks for playing! 👍

Thanks a lot for making this let's play video, and sorry for your arms and fingers! :p  ...And congrats for your 78k score till sector 15! Glad you enjoyed :)

Woah! :) Thanks for playing and for making this video!

Just a small tip if you want other boss parts arrangement: Try to destroy the wings first. The wings should grow if you do so (instead of the front).

Gameplay video

Funny! :)

Streets of Rage ;)

Il est possible de télécharger allegro-5.0.10-monolith-mt.dll ici, à placer ensuite dans le même dossier que l'exe (ou dans Windows/System32). J'avais indiqué cela dans les instructions d'installation mais apparemment ça ne s'affiche pas toujours.

You can download allegro-5.0.10-monolith-mt.dll here. Then please put the DLL file in the same file as the exe (or in Windows/System32 folder). It is normally written in setup instructions but maybe it's unclear.

Merci! C'est ça aussi le concept de permanence! :)

Merci !! C'est bien le but! ;)