For this specific tutorial, there is no point in seeing more than the blocks we wanted to see, so I guess that this way of taking screenshots fits perfectly.
ALso, thanks for the tutorial, always wondered what was the difference between all those tween options, lol
The destruction's obviously mutual because, if you have to continuously defend, they have to spend all their money making retardly designed missiles and throwing them at you as blindly as they can... Perfect game!
This game is kind of a mess, I don't understand a thing.... But am gonna play it till am truly bored of it because, seriously, in this huge pile of poop that is "play for 2 minutes and wait for your energy to refill", this mmo is at least quite original and sandbox-y... 5 stars. :D
How I beat the game: bought the 4 companions as soon as I could, with the spare xp I bought health for the samurai. Once I had all 4, I started buffing damage and attack speed of the samurai. Buy the Chakra upgrade, that's a must, and also get yourself the ultimate strike thingie upgrade, then try to save it till last battle (you will obviously have spare energy since it only costs 70, so upgrade and spam your dagger throw). Basically, buff up your samurai after getting the 3 companions, and try to play on survivability.
ANother excellent game by Nerdook, 5/5. :D
Here are a couple of suggestions:
-A small text that pops up to tell you what you just picked up, for example "Speed up!" or "+Speed" or something.
-Score or time-dependant difficulty. As said someone else, once you get the hang of it, you can keep playing forever (heck, I had 260k score before getting bored and suiciding, lol). would be cool to have bosses that start firing at you after a set amount of time, and then turn the screen into a bullet hell after a little longer, that would be cool.
Otherwise, this is an awesome game and despite those little remarks I made, still deserves a 5/5. Polish it a little more and I will have problems because I won't be able to rate it any higher, lol.
Only thing I don't like is the size and form of the powerups, you can't tell which one does what. In old breaker for example you could tell very easily what a powerup does. 5/5 Anyway because it's awesome. :D
I kill a couple of skeletons and the lord reweards me with a castle.
Then I build a couple of buildings in my castle, and some random guy tells me that I have to go meet the weaponsmither because he needs an assistant...
These guys got a messed up prestige idea...