Nuclear Fighter was available as a giveaway on August 12, 2022!
Nuclear Fighter is a fun and fast 2D platformer with a side view.
The planet is so polluted that people are forced to live in chemical protection suits. All the residents worked at harmful enterprises and they went crazy.
You are a fighter for ecology whose worldview is different from everyone else, they hold on to their jobs and are ready to kill you, just for one thought that factories need to be closed and stop polluting the planet. Your goal is to escape from the city and survive.
- The character has a variety of weapons: from a pistol to a grenade launcher (switch them with the keys 1,2,3,4)
- Enemies are armed with different weapons
OS: Windows XP and newer; Processor: Athlon 2 X3 450; Memory: 1024 MB RAM; Graphics: GeForce EN9600 GT; Storage: 155 MB available space
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There is an app called Groupee's scraper by GM Man, who I believe used to post in these forums and made a mod for one of my older favourite breakouts called Hyperballoid, where you could speed up the ball as I always found the only issue with that game was that even when you licked up a fast ball power up, it was still too slow and made the game either too easy, or excruciatingly had to finish off a level trying to get those last brick destroyed. that allows you to download all the keys for every game.
However, I'm not sure if the Groupee's Scraper gives you download links for any of the downloadable games ( a lot of the greenlight bundles have a DRM free download as well. Plus you do have to edit one of the document files depending on what you are after. I considered using it because I have 433 bundles, most of which had at least one un redeemed key. I calculated it would take me over a full day to copy every bundle and it's contents. Been doing it for four days now on and off and am wondering whether it's actually worth it because many of the keys, even though it says they were unrevealed have either been used or are void. I have however got several games from the Greenlight bundles and have downloaded around 100GB of DRM free games and Music so far. I've been working backwards from the last bundle I purchased in July 2017 and am presently at May 2016. I purchased virtually every Groupee's game bundle and the occasional music bundle from its inception up until I decided to stop buying most bundles late summer 2017. (The only ones I still consider are the Humble and the Fanatical bundles, Indie Gala tend to pedal trash these days.
You can find the Groupee's scraper via the following link:
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Today's game was released on Steam in this time of July and has a steep price of $24.99 in the listing. A criticism from yesterday's giveaway was that the game was from the same developer and it's way higher in price.
I am scratching my head. This game is no where near the asking price of $24.99 At the start of the game there is a big bug , if you move your character all the way off to the left of the screen, he falls way down into the screen and the game does not register that this happens.
The controls are ultimately frustrating as I am not a WASD gamer in general for those of you in the know. But it was hard to use the gun with the mouse moving it in all directions while trying to run and jump. In the end, this game needs a lot of work.
For the plus side, it does have achievements on Steam for those collecting them. But this game is just not up to what I usually like in a platformer. Bot City yesterday at least was more playable and it had controller support, something this game needs badly.
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sailorbear510 aka Jason,
Same here, I'm a left hander and usually use the arrow keys for movement and my left hand is usually occupied with the Mouse. For this game I have to move my keyboard to the right for it to be anywhere near comfortable using the WASD keys. I didn't move to the left so missed the drop off into infinity bug and I also found the 360 degree movement of your weapon frustrating at times. I'd often lose my character simply because I wasn't pointing in the right direction when an enemy attacked.
As I mentioned above, I barely moved forwards in the game despite trying many times to get to the end of the first level. I was playing the game at 4am in the morning, so wasn't at my best for gaming; especially considering I'd been playing coop games with a small group of friends for hours prior to reviewing the game.
I'm still keeping a close eye on one of our dwarf rabbits, who has improved slightly since last weekend when I really though he wouldn't last the day; hydrating and feeding much more regularly (every 1 to 1hr 30 mins 24/7), but I do think he will be up there in rabbit heaven in the not too distant future :(
Every animal we've ever had (apart from our aquarium fish) have either been adopted from the RSPCA, or inherited from friends who haven't had the time to look after their animals properly, for example Nez the male dwarf rabbit (shortened from Rab C. Nesbitt, a British comedy character from the late 80's and early 1990's ) was originally our daughters friend, who kept him in a small cage and rarely let him out of the cage to run free. We've never kept our large pets in cages. The first pet we adopted was a hamster while we were doing our teaching diplomas. We kept him in a large walk in cupboard and build a maze of tunnels and access ramps to each of the shelves . As we were in rented accommodation at the time. We bought a piece of glass plate cut to the size of the floor dimensions (we had to have it in two pieces because otherwise it wouldn't have fit through the door) and placed it over the carpet to protect it.(we didn't think to remove the carpet, lol). when we vacated the property, somehow the hamster had managed to find a n unprotected piece of the carpet at one edge and had dug tunnels throughout the floor space. the thickness of the carpet and underlay was about 1 cm; how the hamster had managed to squeeze itself under the plate glass I'll never know.
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"I'm a left hander and usually use the arrow keys for movement and my left hand is usually occupied with the Mouse. For this game I have to move my keyboard to the right for it to be anywhere near comfortable using the WASD keys. "
Maybe use PowerToys Keyboard Remapping to put your WASD keys anywhere on the right side of your keyboard. PowerToys is free from Microsoft, available on GitHub & in the Store, and can be easily turned on/off.
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Thanks for the heads up Mike.
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