Not bad for a first. It has nice animation, but the game is too short and too easy. Still, it functions well, so make more of these in the future, and you just might get five stars.
Good! It's a nice two-player arena with classic arcade controls. I'd save this.
Understandard object search game with little to none challenge. The only thing bothering the difficulty is that you can't see outside your scope.
Nice and smooth controls, but way too easy.
Seriously, i could play this with my eyes closed.
Interesting idea. I like how you can customise literally anything: the raybot's face, it's hands, hat, his attacks... but it's a shame you can't use instead of killing it. The spawnpoint/loop system is REALLY buggy in the level editor.
Fantastic brain reaction time testing minigame.
Well, we finnaly got what we all asked for.... Thing Thing Arena 4.
I was so excited when I saw this on the Featured Games section, and clicked on it immediately. It's been so many years since we last saw those customisable characters and well designed mini-maps. So, does Thing Thing still deserve all that respect?
-Very large maps
-Many different character styles
-Bugs reffering to objectives
-A little too hard for a mere human
Graphics - 96%
The maps are beatifully designed, and there are many character styles that can please anyone's preference of appearence, though the animation isn't exactly as smooth as Arena 3
Gameplay - 92%
Other than having those classic, customisable characters and guns, Arena Pro offers lots of areas to explore and various objectives to complete. A big minus is that the shootouts are just too hard for a regular gamer. But you will get used to the difficulty over time, so this flaw can be overlooked. Despite the minor irritations, Arena Pro is still playable, enjoyable and addicting.
Overall - 94%
Cheers to the hardest flash game of all times.
R.I.P. headphone users
it's cool, but i liked Hot Air 2 better.
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