Demon Town

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19.0 KB
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0.33 / 5.00
(3 Reviews)
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5 / 12
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Submitted By
Master Raze
Date
20 years, 9 months ago (May 18, 2003)
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if mister develin was gonna copy a game, the least he coulda done is IMPROVE it, not DEPROVE it (if there is such word.) so that means develin sux and so does demon town. play it then commit suicide coz it is that bad. actually you're better of playing one of evan darrow's games and they are REALLY REALLY bad.

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0.00 / 5.00
Submitted By
Commodore
Date
20 years, 9 months ago (May 17, 2003)
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Well it's true, this game follows the same "basic" premise as Smashed. However unlike Demon Town, Smashed created a dark atmosphere with well used object-drawn graphics and a suitable pallet. Demon Town, also supposedly about death, used cheery bright colours, and your house was large and not messy, as opposed to the bottle strewn flat you wake up in in Smashed.

Short story: Stolen game. Long Story: Stolen game made a lot worse.

I'll give him a .5 cause this time he used more than 3 colours per board, even if they did clash.

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0.50 / 5.00
Submitted By
Anarchy
Date
20 years, 9 months ago (May 13, 2003)
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Ahem,let's start,should we?

  • It had NOTHING to do with the title.
  • But there WERE improved graphics.
  • The ending was OBVIOUSLY ripped-off.
  • Don't you understand "copyright?"

I am LITERALLY pissed off.Very,infact. Why are you ripping off from my games? Why can't you make something original?

I feel sick playing this "game". I am terribly upset at this.Too upset.

That's it.I've had enough..

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0.50 / 5.00

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