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One of the best FPSC games. However, it still matches the level of a free indie Unity horror game., except more buggy.
1- The grammar needs to be improved A LOT. It would be better if the developer made someone improve it for him.
2- "Find X items" missions are very boring and hard. The first kind of this mission required the player to collect 3 limbs. Due to the color scheme of the game, I assumed that some of the limbs were rocks. Also, one of the limbs is hidden under a cart guarded by an enemy, how fair. Another type of this mission wanted the player to find a key and grab a ladder. Here's the problem, the key is very small, I missed it multiple times when scouting the areas.
3- The combat sucks, as usual with FPSC games. I only have 6 revolver bullets and an axe to kill 5 monsters. It takes 3 bullets to kill 1 monster. The melee combat is very awful.
4- Game breaking bug: "Sean" monster is invisible. He hits me, but I can't hit him. This is the point where I stopped.
Other than the game design issues, this game is not bad. The developer is very talented since he was able push the FPSC engine to its limits. The world would be a better place once he moves to Unreal 4, Unity or any other respectable engine.
I completed your game. The best weapon is the default pistol. The shotgun, magnet and the cannon performed worse than the default pistol. These weapons are a waste of 'kills'.
You should add sounds and music to your game.
The shop is very abusable, especially since you can shoot through the shop's door. Was this intentional?
Other than these issues, your game was decent.
It would be nice if you added a score system, or a story with an ending.
You should add more guns, levels and enemies to the game.
The robots health can be negative, you should limit it to 0.
There's a gap in the ceiling, you might want to fix it.
Sometimes the robots shoot when they're dead.
I enjoyed the game, it was fun. I completed the game in 43 seconds, I could've completed it earlier, but I wanted to destroy all the machines. It would be nice if you add more levels to your game.
Using GameGuru settings:
- Bring eveything under "Quality Settings" to 0.
- Decrease Camera Distance to 0.
- Decrease Fog Nearest and Fog Distance to 0, so you can hide the small draw distance.
- Bring everything under "Graphics Options" to 0.
- Set all shader options to lowest, Distance Transition and Transition Range to 0.
- Bring everything under "Post Effects" to 0.