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Stoner Wars 420,000 DEMO
Author: Grant Stab Submitted: 14th November, 2009 Favourites:1
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Edited By Grant Stab on 11/25/2009

Edited By Grant Stab on 11/25/2009

Stoner Wars 420,000 is the first in an upcoming series of comedy platform games. This is its demo!

In this pre-release demo, you take control of rookie soldier Doob Warrior during his early training missions. Using spliff ammo and hash grenades, take out some utterly random enemies while surrounded by an atmosphere of intense(ly lame) humour.

Stoner Wars 420,000 is only intended for those aged 18 or above.

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Posted by Rikus 15th November, 2009
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Actually that was not bad at all. The graphics are a bit rought around the edges but still original and fun. I liked the guys voiceover everytime I did something good or bad. And the game keeps moving a long pretty good. Loved the grenade throwing to. So keep working on it!
Posted by Grant Stab 15th November, 2009

Thanks for the feedback! We like to think the blatantly awful graphics have their own charm, but that's because we're totally in denial.
Posted by Rick (AntiMatter Entertainment) 2nd December, 2009

The graphics are rather awful but at least you've taken the time to make them original. This is the sort of game that is usually a hit with mates but doesn't tend to draw the crowds within the Klik community. Still, if you don't care about that, might as well have some fun with it, eh?

Funnily enough, the thumbnails of the screenshots actually don't look too bad (except maybe the second one). Perhaps this is a sign that your graphics have been stretched too much from their originally drawn proportions (assuming that you have just resized everything to fit after drawing it as I suspect, instead of just using a thick line tool or something).

Good luck with your game, but to be completely honest, I can't see myself waiting for this. I can see that you can recognize your limitations and take them in your stride, and with good humour. Because of this I wish you all the best! Maybe you'll surprise us with an unexpectedly solid game.

Comment edited by Rick (AntiMatter Entertainment) on 12/2/2009
Posted by Grant Stab 2nd December, 2009

The input is much appreciated. Our complete disregard for common sense has led us to an ethos not too dissimilar from that of Matt Stone and Trey Parker...





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