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Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Super Human Cannonball is the sequel to Luke Twyman's original effort, where you assume the role of a daredevil pressured to please his bloodthirsty audience by performing a series of death-defying stunts.

The introduction screen blasts you with rocking music, setting up the scene perfectly for the bloodbath to come. Players are rewarded for completing stunts as well as failing miserably. Earn splatter points by landing on the top or side of buildings, billboards, even copter blades.

Play instructions can be accessed from the main menu, and high scores can be posted online for global fame or shame. Arcade and Single Mode allows for three tries per stunt and a chance to earn splatter points. Career Mode forces players to retry stunts until they get it right. Good for practice, but definitely not for the impatient.

Name: Super Human Cannonball
Developer: Luke Twyman
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 5MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 2/10/2006 03:43:00 AM:  
yay i got credit! i should get myself an actual name...

by the way luke calls it more of a remake/upgrade than a true sequel. either way I'm finding it more addictive than the original.

and career mode saves automatically after every attempt which is great since i had a lil power cut yeserday on my 146th attempt but was able to play from where i left off