Contact Info / Websites

All 4 game Reviews

When Pigs Fly When Pigs Fly

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A familiar name...

If I recall, you made a Knytt Story called the Lighthouse, right? You did fantastic on that, and your game creation skills shine once more in this fantastic, challenging game, When Pigs Fly. The songs are fantastic, and fit perfectly with the setting. This game is NOT that tough (but I would not dare try the one-life mode); each screen provides its own unique challenge, and the difficulty curve is very well-rounded.
I love the environment; I can see influence from Knytt Stories. I could actually tell when I began to near the end, even before the challenges stopped. The music and environment helps dull the pigs high-pitched squeal, helping more patient players retain their patience.
Sadly, a great deal of Newgrounders are impatient teenagers who can't appreciate something if it poses too much of a challenge. Oh, well. I like it, and there are plenty of us out there who do. Fantastic work. I'd love to see more from you.

6.00, 51 accidents. All it takes... is a little patience.

The World's Hardest Game The World's Hardest Game

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It certainly isn't the World's hardest GAME...

But as far as flash games go, this is pretty dang crazy.

I'm impressed.

Paint Wars Paint Wars

Rated 5 / 5 stars


This game is fantastic, but it's very tough. Perhaps an easy mode for us n00bz? :<

Coolio-Niato responds:

It isn't all the hard really. I've had people beat it =) You just have to be quick at killing tanks then drawing then killing planes and so on.

BR's Rocket Rush BR's Rocket Rush

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beyond Awesome

This shooter game has the elements that every flight shooter game requires (from least important to most): excellent graphics, a nice level opening screen, terrific music, nice character creativity, level variation, smooth gameplay movement, excellent gameplay, mildly smart AI (which is better than smart, and certainly better than stupid), and, of course, that annoying female voice that warns you when you taking heavy fire (and even light fire), and compliments you when you're killing 'em (yeah, it's that important.

I have two words that sum my entire review: DAAAAAAAAAANG, DAWG!!