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Thursday, November 08, 2007

Waxy's Rocket Party is a new action game by the author of Ark 22, in which players have to guide a rocket carefully to the finish line found in each of the seventy levels offered. Use the left and right cursor keys to direct the ship, and hold both buttons to stabilize your ride. Press the F4 key to play in full screen mode.

Name: Waxy's Rocket Party
Developer: Srehpog
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 5MB
Direct download link: Click here
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/10/2007 12:48:00 PM:  
The game's interesting, it has a fairly unique way to present the game to the player that I enjoyed. It's probably good that it has simple controls or such an effort might not have been successful.

The game itself has good graphics, that could use a little bit of variation but that's okay. The gameplay is simple and the control are responsize, the levels being pretty well designed in order to offer interesting challenges.

The game however starts maybe too slow, the levels take a long while to start getting interesting, and that has been turning away many player from what I see in those forums. The game exit option might be a bit too cryptic and hidden. It would help if just pressing Esc eventually took you out of the game (not immediately, of course).

Overall, it's an interesting and cute effort that could use a bit more design polish.
Blogger J.M. Williams said at 11/13/2007 09:47:00 PM:  
Actually a very well presented game. Love the style, and everything feels very polished. Pretty fun, to boot.