I agree, WIIoverlord, though my issue goes beyond that. No matter how entertaining the new series might end up being, a significant part of me thinks it would've been better for MARDEK to just die like this, with a pure name. Pseudolonewolf is taking the name and essence of MARDEK and twisting it into something completely different, something that isn't MARDEK.
Had the new series been its own separate thing, I likely would have accepted it and maybe even looked forward to it. Instead, I wait for a perversion. I very rarely give money for games, but I was ready to send some to Pseudolonewolf until I found out about this the same day. He can do whatever he wants with his creations, but I want no part in this
Though I don't know how a normal human can achieve 3729 in Hyper Superluminal, I agree with Syous - a mode at full speed (if there's such a thing), or one that allows you to set a custom speed, would be great
Superb! I actually feel as if this contributed to my personal stitched network of philosophy, adding some of the view points of the "challengers" I faced, adjusting others, and maybe even removing some of the pre-existing ones.
5/5 and bring me a sequel!
P.S. Really, what happened to the deer?!
Whoa...this game just got even more intense and I love it even more. I'm not sure how I feel about the single tris and their smaller "auras" because I used to catch them from mid-air and they obviously feel different now...although that's how they were originally, if memory serves. But other than that, I'm thinking this update is magnificent. The shaking when you get a booster and the sunset with its music really add to the adrenaline. Plus, the multiplier system makes it less luck-based and more skill-based which is good for someone as great and powerful as me.
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