Post by hookhandedman on Apr 29, 2008 18:02:26 GMT -5
It took me a while, but I finally beat the game on hard. I liked it. It was pretty addicting. I think I liked the censored version better though only because the bosses were much creepier. Though I guess syringes being shot out of a woman's vagina are pretty creepy too.
whats the odds of a version of ad nauseam 2 for macs ever popping up? i love that game, but i want a copy for my laptop.
There's supposedly gonna be a version of Game Maker with Mac compatibillity sometime soon, which would probably allow me to get out Mac versions of all my games. But they have gonna way past their estimated release date for it, so I have no idea if it's ever gonna be out for sure.
Ahh ok, for some reason I have been having issues loading it via a front end for a gamecab (Mala if ya have ever heard of it). I set it up to load the game but the problem is that somehow the screen looses 'focus'. I can hear the music start up and I can even access with keystrokes (ESC to quit. etc) but the image on the screen is an enlarged view of Mala and not the game. I have to alt-tab to get to it.
I have many small PC games installed and start their exe's the same way and they work ok so not sure what my issue is lol.
So thought maybe I could change the res on it. My desktop res is 1024x768 and I think Mala starts at 800x600. I will play with it and contact Mala devs, maybe they have an answer.
I fucking love this game, though only two things about it bug me. The "growers" as I call them, can kill you from off screen long after you kill their node if their limbs grow long enough. The curved versions were the worst offenders. I've lost countless times this way. Also, there needs to be some form of horizontal attack because a couple of the enemies in the white stage shoot from all sides without pause, stranding you to the side of the screen awaiting your death if you have anything less than a 4-way gun. Other than that, the game is really addicting and the furthest I've ever gotten were the ass needles in the pink stage.