no! this is not good
bugs at the right pad
a bad copy of pong
the best defence game here on newgrounds!!
i payed a lot of defense games here on ng but....
... this is the best!!!
why only the Daily 2nd Place?
Now its one of my favs !! 10 stars and vote 5
awesome gameplay and nice graphics and
a lot of maps for many hours of fun
have a nice day Noxins!
man die idee ist ja wirklich lustig...
wäre schon cool wenn du eine 2te version davon rausbringen
würdest!! würd mich freun
schönen Tag noch
That reminds me at... Scorched Earth (from 1995)
I have a Game Idea for you...
for the next version of the game
make it like Scorched Earth (from 1995)
Scorched Earth was a popular shareware artillery video game, which is a subgenre of strategy game. The game was developed in the DOS era, originally written by Wendell Hicken (using Borland C++ and Turbo Assembler), in which tanks do turn-based battle in two-dimensional terrain, with each player adjusting the angle and power of his or her tank turret before each shot.
The game has a wide variety of customization options from gravity and wind to money and meteorite showers, and a similarly large pool of different payloads, allowing for a large amount of entirely different situations.
The weapons range from small missile rounds to MIRV warheads, and several are often seen in similar on-line games as almost identical versions. All weapons can be upgraded with tracers which allow the player to more accurately adjust the trajectory on their next turn. In addition to conventional warheads, there also are such things as napalm, wildly bouncing bombs and earth weapons, allowing the player to dump dirt on other tanks or to remove ground from beneath them. A tank which is covered with dirt has to shoot itself free and may get damaged in the process; one which falls from too high a level may be destroyed. A variety of utilities, such as shields and tank parachutes, add a tactical side.
The effects of many weapons are highly unpredictable, given that the missiles bounce off the walls, can be manipulated in their flight-path by wind, shields and guidance systems, and often have partially random effects. As the player advances in the game, he can afford more and more weapons, but so can his opponents.
The game can be played against up to nine other human players and/or computer-controlled ones. A broad range of differently skilled player types is offered by the program. If the player-controlled tanks are destroyed before the others, the AI-controlled players continue to battle each other, effectively turning Scorched Earth into a zero-player game.
have a nice day
nice game but...
i cant played the game because the server disconnects all the time
hey!! nice game
this game is is very good!
i like the gameplay
there is guy called "brutalz" in the highscore Rank
he played the game "short" in under 8 seconds!!!
(or possible by cheating ?)
See above post.
yeah!!! this is a good idea...
thats realy cool!
I add this to my favs and i use this for my account
PS: what did you think about this: a export or save option to save the image like a file (like gif ore jpeg?)
have a nice day
Unfortunately (that I know of/have read), Flash can't save files out on its own. Some types of conversion scripts have been written to transform bitmap data into JPEG format using server-side scripts. So, I guess it might (emphasis on might) be possible using a script external to Newgrounds to which the Flash pointed its bitmap data. The image would be created on the server hosting the transformation script, and could then, subsequently, be downloaded by the user. Hmmm... maybe I'll look more into it for a version 2.
-go and delete this ...
-upload the right version of the game
... and we see again later
this is a great game with a cool gameplay
have a nice day
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