Green electrical storm is a Magnetic Web Field.It progressively slows your ship and other ships down to a halt.@kilthal yes,drones ARE overpowered,support ones are alright though.And This game is absolutely my fav.
Little tip for this game and other Bullet Hell genres:Try to not stay in the same spot for too long.If you do,it is likely that a wave of bullets might box you in,and staying there would get you hit while dashing to somewhere else won't.Don't move too fast though,you might overshoot the safe spot!
This is actually one of the better games from Bigpoint.The missions now gives 1.2k cubits for me,just enough as a balance between difficulty and playability.Buying cubits here is completely optional for winning,as with enough effort and some tactics a free-to-player can beat a pay-to-player.Do not judge the game by its cover,this one's a blockbuster for me.
@Runner_pie.The best thing about Grind And Grow games?you can often use your wits to NOT grind.It makes you have a feel of achievement,when you skipped the key stragegy of the game and still win,which is the core of it.
Baturinsky,I noticed some changes in the Void II 0.4 file on your dev blog.It has more features now,and that is really relieving,to know that you are still working on it.To everyone else,the legend's not dead yet.
SPOILER:This contains the entire story.
As a monkey,or Simian in this game,you are taking part in some sort of net structure.While you were going with the test,a virus cat slipped through your first banana.It waited until you finished the modules,then guided you to //main(4th "episode"),and brought you around modifying files,eventually brining the demise of the BIOS.bin,destroying all traces of you,his appearance,the test,and the server.
@ldadsfx:That is called playing Tennis or a Dead Man's Volley,depending on who you ask.A random person on chat will probably tell you Tennis,but from my experience with Zelda,it is called Dead Man's Volley.
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