Yes, you read that right! I actually have a new game out! Re-Mission 2 has gone live from HopeLab, and it’s made up of collection of smaller games this time around.
I did Stem Cell Defender, it’s mostly inspired by Nuclear Eagle (I was even able to team up with Luka again, which was great), but plays differently and I think has a feel of its own.
(I actually prefer playing with ‘auto-fling’ turned on, it’s a bit faster)
Loved it (along with the rest of the games), though I hate mouse controls. Plus beating up cancer is always awesome.
I’m actually not really a fan of mouse controls either. I still think the best way to play Nuclear Eagle was with a wiimote, heh.
That sounds really fun, I actually didn’t have a problem with NE though… wierd.
The inherent problem with a mouse is that you’re using a device that (unless you have one of those super-fancy gamer-mice) gives no feedback and is stuck at one exact level of sensitivity for the entire duration of whatever you’re doing unless you actively stop and change it. Humans, on the other hand, (barring special circumstances) can adjust on the fly no problem, which I guess means “sticky reticle” is somehow realistic?
Wow, Luka… I haven’t heard of him in forever. I thought he might have stopped making games.