This game doesn't deserve badges. This is the ninth version of the same game. I don't even have to play the game to know there's no real change. I'd say it's plagiarism if you weren't ripping off your own game repeatedly.
There comes a point when you can continue nigh infinitely... at 40 mph. I have about half the total upgrades, started to drop below 40mph at 250k distance, and continued maintaining for another 350k distance. Earned 4.7 million while my upgrades cost a little over 100k. Got a little ridiculous.
I know it's my own computer or Flash Player, not the game, but the game's window shakes constantly and the second level does not play. I've found that YouTube shakes as well. If anyone knows the reason for this, send me a message, please.
I spawn and get killed by a ranged spider. Instantly. Armor lasts a single hit. Cutscenes can get you killed. Purchased items that land near doors can't be picked up. Getting two-hit by mini spiders that take 2-3 shots with a pistol while fighting a boss. Pretty ridiculous difficulty curve here with a lot of bugs.
I started getting '0:00 Time Not Set' or something and then '400/400 achievements complete globally : 1,233,233,249,299.' I doubt that 1 trillion people beat it, and the missing time thing made no sense. They kept switching between each other and I couldn't see my achievements.
I know it's been said a hundred times, but it's Pokemon with extremely limiting pay-to-play features. It's not 'the same genre as Pokemon,' it's a clone. You capture various monsters of different types with handheld devices, they evolve, have four moves at any time, you can have six monsters... it's Pokemon. If you want to make it in the same genre, without being a clone, you need a little more distance from the main franchise.
I was afraid I wouldn't beat it in the day limit... ended up beating the 10th boss on the 6th day. Never got to see Additional Bullet 6, actually. Wouldn't have survived if it didn't drop the hearts from part 1 and 2, though.
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