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Frantic – Download

18 Dec 2008 | Action, Flash |  6 comments
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Frantic Frantic – Download – Overview
Dodge incoming bullets, projectiles, missiles, bombs, etc, anything that is capable of putting a dent in your space combat fighter and ultimately causing a explosion resulting in a bloody death. Don’t worry about shooting back since auto fire mode is already turned on.


Download Frantic (File Size ~ 3.33 MB)
Download the ZIP archive: frantic.zip

Frantic – Title Menu
Frantic
The highscores and more games buttons do not work in offline mode.

Frantic – Select Control Scheme
Frantic
Choose the mouse control scheme for precision movement controls!

Frantic – Select Your Ship
Frantic
A nice balance of firepower and shields is good.

Frantic – Brief Guide
Frantic
That is basically all you need to know, now go out there and kill them all!

Frantic – Action!
Frantic
If you opted for mouse control, you need to move your mouse cursor there to start.

Frantic – Power Ups
Frantic
With the red shield, you can absorb incoming attacks and increase your health.

Frantic – Boss Warning
Frantic
Before meeting up with the end stage boss, there will be flashing warnings.

Frantic – Boss
Frantic
Massive entity eh? Well, at least it is bigger than you.

Frantic – Pause
Frantic
Press “p” to pause to game if you need to go to the toilet in the midst of a boss fight.

Frantic – Stage Clear
Frantic
Should not it read “stage cleared” instead of “stage clear” eh? Bad grammar.

Frantic – Shop
Frantic
After clearing each stage, you can buy upgrade cards at the shop to be stronger.

Deimos’s Daily Reads
Check out this review of Mercenaries 2: World in Flames, courtesy of Wan Kong Yew.

Deimos’s Thoughts
Graphics appear to be simple, but quite fitting. Mouse control is smooth and comfortable. Auto fire might turn off button mashers wannabes but the life of your keyboard or mouse button is greatly extended without the need to mash away the “fire your weapons” button. A good game overall.

Deimos Asks
Have you played vertical shooting games such as this one before? Did you enjoy them?


6 Comments

  1. 18th December 2008 
    4:55 pm         

    Wan Kong Yew
    said the following:

    Cute little game, and impressive for being done in Flash, but I can’t justify anyone playing this when they could be playing Geometry Wars, or its PC clone, Grid Wars.

    This is the problem with Flash games. Once you get ambitious enough, why stay in Flash? Even Grid Wars is only a 3 mb download.

  2. 18th December 2008 
    6:11 pm         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    @Wan Kong Yew:
    Maybe because flash games are playable right away in the web browser? 😀

  3. 3rd January 2009 
    5:20 pm         

    Namelesswonder
    said the following:

    Cheat by using CE5.4 when online. (Like on Kong, Just don’t raise the kills and all too high…OR ABOVE MINE! >=O)

  4. 21st March 2010 
    5:12 pm         

    Adam
    said the following:

    When I download this game and try to play it, it flickers on the crazymonkeygames loading screen and I can’t actually PLAY it…any help?