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« on: 06-12-2001 21:18 »

Hey guys, this is my first post on this message board.  My new Futurama game 'Operation Pulsar' is finally finished.  It's a 3D overhead space shooter  that takes place in 3005, after an alien race nearly destroyed the Democratic Order of Planets.  Check it out and let me know what you think. 

Travis "Deathcharge" T.

Honorary German
Urban Legend
« Reply #1 on: 06-14-2001 14:01 »

That's an impressive looking game, even though I really suck at it. You should have made the spaceship faster...it's impossible to dodge enemy shots at that speed.


« Reply #2 on: 06-14-2001 14:51 »

OH MY GOOOOOD!!! This is great man... It makes my games look like shit... but well, IT rocks  smile

« Reply #3 on: 06-15-2001 01:49 »

Hey -

I have to agree with FishyJoe. Either the ship needs to move faster or they need to shoot far less. AWESOME looking game too.


Bending Unit
« Reply #4 on: 06-15-2001 04:14 »

The graphics on that are better than any other game I've played on. So...

Graphics: Well pictured and stunning visuals 9
Gameplay: Shooting and dodging, an updated coin-op classic. 8
Lifespan: You'll return to it again and again. 9
Overall:A successful Futurama game, if only they were to release it on PlayStation or Dreamcast or something...9 Out of 10.
Petridge Farms

Delivery Boy
« Reply #5 on: 06-25-2001 14:53 »

I just downloaded the game. i'll play it some more then post a mini-review here soon. Sounds promising tho!

Oh, i am an totally devoted FC Barcelona fan and had a quiet chuckle when i found your name was Mark Overmars! Heh heh  smile Good on ya dude!

Do you remember a time when women weren't allowed to vote, and certain folk weren't allowed on golfcourses?

Petridge Farms remembers.

« Reply #6 on: 07-04-2001 14:38 »

Actually my name isn't Mark Overmars; Mark is the person who designed the game engine I used to make the game (Game Maker 3.3).  Operation Pulsar is on his website because he likes to show off some of the best games made with Game Maker and I don't have a website of my own to put it on.  The address below goes to the Games page.  My game is now 3rd from the top of the list and you can also find 2 of my previous Futurama games on pages 2 and 3.  If you download "Bender Snowboarding" or "Futurama Shooting Gallery" from this site, you will also have to download Game Maker as well and import the games into it (they are not in stand-alone format).

Travis "Deathcharge" T.
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