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Monday, September 10, 2007

Battle Garden is a first person rail shooter with unlockable weapons and good frame rate when configured to run at the lowest quality, though the game itself is rather short and loops after six or seven scenes.

Left click to shoot and move the target towards the bottom of the screen to reload. Medkits can be shot at to restore health, indicated at the top left of the screen. [source: kmk.blog.hu]

Name: Battle Garden
Developer: Net Terminator
Category: Action
Type: Browser


Blogger LoverBoy69 said at 9/10/2007 07:59:00 AM:  
Very fun, especially with the second weapon.
Blogger gnome said at 9/10/2007 12:24:00 PM:  
Fantastic. Kabbom-ing stuff...
Anonymous Anonymous said at 9/11/2007 05:28:00 AM:  
As far as presentation goes the game is pretty awesome. But the longevity of it is seriously lacking. You get bored of it after 5 minutes.
Blogger Graham Goring said at 9/11/2007 07:15:00 AM:  
Once I got that machine gun it was surprisingly ace given how repetitive it is. :)