Mark Oates has rated 16 projects with an average score of 7.44
This is one of the most professional games on the site. Great game play and balance. It gets very challenging as you move up in levels. And by challenging I mean "Super Ghouls and Ghosts" challenging. That's a good thing. Definitely my favorite among Mr. Peitz' games.
Solid and professional. I didn't have it crash. Sound is excellent, the variety of music from level to level was refreshing, too.
One of the best allegro games. It has a nice level of difficulty and creative graphics. I played this one for hours, and I still play it when I have the time.
Alex the Allegator 2
Impressive work for a SpeedHack game. Gameplay is solid and there's even a good degree of polish.
The physics on this are incredible. I love to play pool and this game takes everything into account. My only gripe is that I would like 8-ball and 9-ball games on a table with pockets, but that's a different game.
Tetris clone? Look no further, this one has everything. Responsive control and clean sound. You get a nice soft click instead of an annoying 'clack' I expect from other tetris clones. Great music selection, too. The only down side (?) is too many menus and options. Just take me to the game!
This was fun and I recommend it if you're looking for a good 'old RPG. The graphics are aren't amazing but certainly charming. The game play difficulty level is somewhat steep, and thats the biggest complaint I have against this game. Other than that, great job!
You CAN beat ALL the levels (at least I did). I thought it was wierd pushing with a striped-guitar-pick thing. Some of the maps were off centered. I had to re-move the balls on the larger maps to see if they were on slots or not. The in-game font is pretty bland. Otherwise great job.
Wow that game is hard. It's very well done though. Good job.
Great retro game. I was a little bummed about the power-ups powering down, and I didn't like the Mega Man sounds, either. Other than that, great game.
Not bad for 3 days work. I didn't like the music in levels 1 through 4 ... at all... but the later music was nice. I suggest using nicer looking colors instead of the drab 8-bit color look that it has now. It could also use a collapsing effect or something similar when you complete a circle -- the chains happen so fast I can't tell whats going on. I especially liked the hints and the strecthy cursor.
I want to play it, but it crashes at the menu.
There's no game. It crashes. Some stroby tile things. Woo-hoo!