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Sunday, December 11, 2005
Human Cannonball is another excellent game coded by Luke Twyman, maker of Saucer City. Play the role of a human cannonball specialist as he risks his life to perform death-defying stunts.

Use CTRL to set your power meter and press space to launch yourself. Only three tries are allowed per stage, and there are four stunts to perform in total. Scoring is based on whether you succeed in completing the stunt. Points will also be awarded if you fail miserably.

Not for the kids.

Name: Human Cannonball
Developer: Luke Twyman
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 3MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 12/05/2005 01:11:00 AM:  
Played a demo of the follow up, Super Human Cannonball a while back. Is even nicer
Anonymous Anonymous said at 12/05/2005 06:37:00 AM:  
It'll most likely turn up on that Eo community site, that the maker Luke (Neverest) is part of like his Saucer City is, when its finished. I know the founder of the group has some more games and Game Maker examples/articles to add to the site soon. I'm looking forward to hopefully seeing the cannonball follow up finished soon, and Return to Sector 9 (sequel to Ambush In Sector 9). By the way, love this here indie games finder site, always a permanent place in my Firefox bookmark toolbar thingy. Found a few games here with have become firm faves with me.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 2/08/2006 12:00:00 PM:  

it's up. sorry i dunno how to program linky things. copy and paste if it don't do it automatically