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Wednesday, October 10, 2007
According to his site, cactus will releasing a new 3D shmup within a week or two. He describes it as "a bossrush game with gameplay mechanics inspired by Warning Forever."

He has also posted a gameplay video that shows off the gameplay mechanics and the stylish graphics. Check it out here. Apparently, a donation of at least a dollar will let you get to play the game in it's current beta state.


Blogger miyamoto-SAN said at 10/10/2007 03:00:00 PM:  
I hope this thing shows Aces High over Whatever Island how 3D should be done in Game Maker :D
Anonymous Anonymous said at 10/10/2007 03:06:00 PM:  
Yeah, that was kind of my intention. You can always swing by Poppenkast if you want to give it a play :)
Blogger miyamoto-SAN said at 10/10/2007 03:52:00 PM:  
Excellent, I'll check it out.
Blogger Dominic Tarason said at 10/10/2007 05:23:00 PM:  
Damn, Cactus. You really are unable to make just one game at a time. Is it not challenging enough for you unless you're developing at least five simultaneously?

Not that I'm complaining - more awed than anything.
Blogger Unknown said at 10/11/2007 12:34:00 AM:  
Popov, Lebedev, Kozlov - any other Russian names out there? :)