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TheMindWright

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A member registered Mar 11, 2014

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We checked out this game for our annual horror month! It was short and sweet. The polish makes the game looks really nice.

I've been a huge fan of FAITH since it came out (in that I was so upset playing it that I really hoped you didn't make a second one.) Well you did, and now I got to play it. You're very good at making my skin crawl and that's a real talent.

This is also a dirty shill post, but all the things before are still real.

Please don't make more FAITH chapters (or do... then I will play them.)

Veeeery interesting and unique visuals. It's like if Omikron fell into a vat of acid then was filtered through a kaleidoscope. 

We had a couple issues with the controls tabbing out of the game, but it was otherwise a really cool and trippy experience.

Helicopters couldn't kill me. Bikers with shotguns couldn't kill me. You throw enough punks with green hair in my way? That'll kill me.

I love how adorable the mech looks, and how satisfying it is to kill the little grunt guys. My only minor suggestion is to just reset the heat every wave. I found myself standing still between waves, and with no timer, there's no downside to resetting it.

I like the shoutout to pixel eyes too :P

Awesome job.

It took me a few tries to get into it. The first few levels are actually a lot harder than when you get more colors. I mostly brute forced the puzzles until I got to the later levels. Then it started feeling like a resource management puzzle game, which worked out really nicely.

After I got the hang of it, the actual game is really addictive. Let's see if someone can beat 22. :)

Love the music and the mood of the game.

I think my gun might have locked up a couple times. It actually got me killed.

Great job.

Oh man, I did all the prep work, and I skimped on the security access level. The door guard stopped me in my tracks.

I'll have to play it again now that it's on my phone.