Despeja el campo de enemigos mientras acumulas combos con muertes rápidas y bombas bien programadas.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 16 nov. 2011

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“Uno de los mejores ejemplos del género de arcade shooter a dos sticks”.
8/10 – Eurogamer

“Vale la pena zambullirse en él”.
81/100 – PC Gamer Feb 2012

“Este es un juego de acción de arcade condenadamente divertido”.
8/10 – Atomic Gamer

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Lista de características

  • Slow down time at will with the Time Buffer.
  • Decimate enemies with well timed bombs.
  • Chain together kills for massive combos.
  • Battle against your friends scores with the online leaderboards.
  • Crunch Time – 3 minutes of intense action every time.
  • Level up and defeat the fearsome Cubes to extend your time in Rush.
  • Survival mode - 3 Lives and more baddies than you can eat but watch out for ambushes!
  • Bombing Run is all about the Boom. No guns but lots and lots of Boom. BOOM!
  • Challenge mode puts your skills to the test with 20 levels and only 30 seconds each – Try and 5-Star them all.
  • Feel the adrenaline pump with only 5 seconds to live in Chase.
  • Your Weapons are Useless! Unless you stand your ground in Hold.

Acerca de este juego

Los fans de los shooters merecen más. Y aquellos que no han descubierto el placer de la destrucción usando dos palancas merecen un punto de partida. Presentamos Waves, un shooter de dos palancas que puede ser jugado por cualquiera, pero con un umbral de habilidad suficiente para mantener entretenido incluso a los fans más puristas.
Waves ha sido diseñado desde cero para ser accesible, aunque hay que ser muy hábil para llegar a dominarlo. Desecha lo innecesario para centrarse en lo verdaderamente importante: Las puntuaciones.
El objetivo es limpiar la fase de enemigos mientras encadenas un gran combo con veloces habilidades y el uso de bombas en el momento adecuado. Si se vuelve demasiado complicado, puedes usar un Time Buffer para frenar la acción y convertir la derrota en victoria. Los jugadores pueden competir en cinco modos de juego diferentes con tablas de puntuación en línea y logros en su búsqueda de la perfección.

Características Principales:

  • Frena el tiempo a tu voluntad con el Time Buffer
  • Diezma a tus enemigos con bombas en el momento adecuado
  • Encadena muertes para conseguir combos masivos
  • Compite contra las puntuaciones de tus amigos en las tablas de clasificación en línea
  • Crunch Time, 3 minutos para conseguir la máxima puntuación que puedas
  • Sube de nivel y vence a los tremendos Cubos para ampliar tu tiempo en Rush
  • Modo Survival con 3 vidas y más enemigos de los que puedas comerte, ¡pero cuidado con las emboscadas!
  • Modo Bombing Run, está todo en el boom. Sin armas pero con grandes cantidades de Booms. ¡BOOM!
  • Modo Challenge que pone a prueba tus habilidades con 20 niveles y sólo 30 segundos cada uno. Intenta conseguir las 5 estrellas en todos ellos

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP SP2 / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    • Procesador: 2.0+ GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con soporte para Shader Model 3
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 250 MB de espacio libre
    • Procesador: Dual Core
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.0 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de abril
Waves eh?

Olas,ondas,oleadas...tiene muchos significados,es un juego tipo arcade bastante sencillo
que consiste en conseguir multiplicadores de puntuación,para doblarla,triplicarla,etc...
cuenta con un elenco amplio de modos de juego desde "crunch time" hasta "hold"
en cuanto a elementos jugables dispondremos de camara lenta y destruyendo concretas
figuras geometricas podremos activar una bomba que borrara todo lo que haya en
pantalla con ello conseguiremos multiplicadores para aumentar nuestra puntuación considerablemente

Lo recomiendo y aprecio el esfuerzo de desarrollar este juego aunque parezca sencillo a priori
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A 14 de 16 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
3.5 h registradas
Publicado el 24 de enero
A twin-stick shooter with a calm, polished, cybernetic aesthetic, Waves is a solid member of the genre with interesting mechanics but limited content.

Waves is a game where you control a sphere rolling within a cylinder, shooting a spray of bullets with the aim of removing an array of shapes which you are motivated to kill because A) They give you points, and B) You blow up and stop moving when they hit you. The game has a few interesting auxilliary mechanics. First is the buffer which is a rechargable bullet-time power that is a main panic button, and the second is bombs that become available based on your combo multiplier. If your combo breaks than the bomb disappears so there is an interesting anxiety if saving a bomb, and also a chance to chain together a large number of bombs for maximum efficacy. As difficulty ramps up and the chances of missing decreases due to the large number of baddies on the screen, bombs become more and more frequent, which leads to a fun chaotic dynamic when things get tougher.

This game has a small, understated, relaxing techno themed soundtrack that goes well with the hex-gridded environment and the polygonal, computer themed enemies. It took me a while to appreciate the game's design as there is quite a bit of subtlety, but in the end I appreciated the vision.

Though ultimately enjoyable there are some minor gripes. First, I can't pause between death and respawn, though often I wish to simply restart the level after an early untimely death. Also, the challenge mode often perplexingly doesn't trigger success for the challenes appropriately. Further, the UI is a bit crowded and oddly designed. For example, a high score is often displayed proiminently in the middle right of the screen, while the current score is displayed on the middle left of the screen. There is a lot of data on the screen. Aesthetically it works in a sort of augmented vision manner, but practically I would like to reduce a lot of this clutter. My worst is criticism is Ithat he amount of content is limited. Many game modes play out quite similarly and there is only the one stage. After a few hours you've seen it all, and you may not want to grind the same set up repeatedly.

Though unfair due Waves' differing mechanics, I feel this game asks to be compared with installments of Geometry Wars. If you liked Geometry Wars, then you will like Waves. If you didn't, you won't. If you've never played Geometry Wars than Waves is a cheap introduction to the genre when it is on sale. The game is a solid effort, and personally, I'm excited for the sequel, which as of this writing is in Early Access.

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A 8 de 12 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
0.6 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de enero
Twin stick shooter with a bumpin techno soundtrack. Really easy to get into, hard to put down. Great if you like chasing high scores.

Worth checking out?: Yes
Likeliness of being bundled: Medium
Price you should pay: ~$1
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.8 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de enero
Waves is a great twin-stick Geometry Wars clone with a lot of replayability thanks to the achievements and leaderboards and variety of game modes. It has good music with some Kefka laughter mixed in. The menu system is a smooth transition between the game and itself, allowing the player to not feel as slowed-down by losing a game or switching game modes. The visuals are very nice but ultimately too shiny (for the sake of making sure you destroyed all the tiny, yellow orbs). I also think the game could use more game modes and content, but for how cheap it is, I'm very happy with the amount of content.
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A 3 de 4 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
3.4 h registradas
Publicado el 16 de febrero
Polished twin-stick shooter with addicting gameplay, colorful presentation, and incredible soundtrack (seriously, I sometimes play the game just to hear the music). Although it comes with a handful of other modes, most of them are the same game with different objectives. Despite lack of content, the content it does offer is solid. Not mind-blowing, but will leave a smile on your face.

If you enjoyed Geometry Wars or enjoy topping high scores, this is the game for you. I wouldn't pay full price unless you dearly love the genre. I would highly recommend waiting for a sale of $1 or less and kill a few hours with it.
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