Hyper Fighters brings back the rail shooter as you know it from the arcade: fast, explosive, addictive, and easy to learn: but so hard to beat the number one highscore! Fourteen trigger-happy arcade-fun stages are now available for one or two players: Shoot dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of enemies out of the sky and water with...
Data de lançamento: 14 Jun, 2011
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Hyper Fighters brings back the rail shooter as you know it from the arcade: fast, explosive, addictive, and easy to learn: but so hard to beat the number one highscore!

Fourteen trigger-happy arcade-fun stages are now available for one or two players: Shoot dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of enemies out of the sky and water with three ultra modern fighters. This will require triggerhappy fingers and supersonic reflexes!

Face immense, massive and simply incredible endbosses that are each capable of destroying an entire nation by themselves. Do you have what it takes to destroy them all?
It won’t be easy!

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP / VISTA / 7 / 8
    • Processor: CPU 2.0 GHZ or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB Videocard, Shader model 2.0, ATI 9600, NVidia 6600 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 500 MB available space
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25 de 28 pessoas (89%) acharam esta análise útil
0.4 hrs em registo
Should have named it the Blur fighters actually , thats what it is :X its just simple arcade fighter with nothing to do except die and reload again till you complete the stage. No tutorials,no idea what the controls are.... you just get some cutscenes out of the blue a must play game if you are high on anything :D this game will fix it for you.
the most complex , epic and detailed options menu i have ever seen http://steamcommunity.com/id/liquidsnakehpks/screenshot/3332972979354912345

you probably need a certifcate in computers to understand the options menu

Oh and the game true to its mobile port origins requires you to purchase missiles mid air such a epic concept for pc games now
http://steamcommunity.com/id/liquidsnakehpks/screenshot/3332972979355816480


Ps: choose the fat ugly fighter it has more armor and might help you finish the horrible stages
The HYPE was a lie ............RTB(Return To Base) :\
Publicada: 11 Maio
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13 de 15 pessoas (87%) acharam esta análise útil
0.2 hrs em registo
As an arcade game with some neat hardware gimmick, no expectation of modern graphics (or graphics options, for that matter), and the ability to walk away after putting in a quarter or two, this might just possibly not be completely terrible. Unfortunately, it is.

This game is by Team 6 Studios, who also brought you Glacier 3: The Meltdown, another terrible game that bears many of the same hallmarks as this one. Not only does it not give you the option to change the controls, it doesn't even tell you what they are. From what I understand both these games are ported from the Wii, where a digital manual is available from the Home screen at any time, but frankly that's no excuse for at the very least making that information available in some form. The game is locked at a very low resolution, and the screenshots look much nicer than anything you'll ever see in-game.

As far as gameplay, I came hoping for a Star Fox, but got nothing of the sort. Bland enemies, awful flight physics, uninteresting levels, and the requirement to both move the plane and aim the gun (which I imagine was originally designed to work with the Wii's pointer functionality) just doesn't do the game any favors. There's no controller support in this bare-as-bare-bones-ports-get game, but because of the pointer thing even when I mapped what buttons I knew about (and I think I'm missing something because the game mentions buying bombs on the mission score screen) through Xpadder, using an analog stick to emulate mouse movement has never been a good idea. Playing a Star Fox-like game on PC with a controller would have made me very happy, but unfortunately, this was not that game.
Publicada: 21 Julho
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11 de 13 pessoas (85%) acharam esta análise útil
0.3 hrs em registo
Stay away from this game, even if it is in abundle or it is free. To be honest I couldn't play more than two missions - at the end of the second one I had to kill some bomber with a submarine aspect...
Graphics - worst I've seen in years. I couldn't tell if I flew over water or plain or dessert. A mix of grey, green and blue on the ground could be anything. Textures and resolution are so low that the game looks like it was made for PS1.
Story - zero. Really, zero. You don't know why you fight, who are you, who are the enemies... hell, you don't even know if you're on Earth or not.
Gameplay - I played rail shooters before, but this is bad, bad, bad. The attack pattern of your plane is that of a zombie snail, probably. Your plane is huge on the screen and blocks your view. Some so-called power-ups (laser sight, auto-fire) activate by themselves: you don't pick them up or charge them, just a text pop on screen and voila, you have it for 5-8 seconds. Probably at the worst time. Not that those are any good - your plane don't shoot where your cursor is when you want to shoot at the edge of screen and...
Just don't buy it. And if you did, don't install it.
Publicada: 10 Maio
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8 de 10 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
1.1 hrs em registo
This is a classic example of how not to make a game. If you want to make games, buy this in a bundle or something as an example of everything you shouldn't do.

It took me 1 hour to finish all 14 levels of railshooting intensity on easy because I'm not going to waste my time on a bad game. I even left the game running during a boss sequence--I only died once while inactive for a good 5 minutes--to look up the unrebindable mystery controls since they are never told to you in the menus or the game. LMB = fire the constantly overheating gun, RMB = hold/release to lock-on/fire the unreliable missiles, MMB = Hyper Speed (TM), ARROW KEYS TO MOVE, AND B OF ALL KEYS to refill missiles at the cost of score, which doesn't matter. Basically what you do is hold down MMB for the entire game to rush to the boss fights where you spam all your missiles and shoot it for a few seconds. You only get 12 missiles on a boss fight but they usually take out 1/2 to 3/4 of its HP (to be fair, easy difficulty). You gain random powerups of unknown duration for no apparent reason throughout the level, and I think you get lives by having large combo kills; all the more reason to just hold MMB the entire time.

Those photos must be doctored because the game doesn't look like that. It is god awfully ugly and there is no way to change that. Enemies are bland and blend with the environment, making them difficult to see. Trying to bring up the steam overlay freezes the game and takes about a minute. Triggering the overlay sometimes pauses the game, when it feels like it. Also your aircraft takes up a good 1/3 of the screen and the game is never clear how far you can move with the arrow keys. Whenever you try to move the plane, the cursor for your weapon moves as well, which screws up your targeting. The targeting reticule turns into a circle the instant you hover over an enemy so you don’t really know if you’re hitting it or not. The bosses look cool, but the fight sequences perform the same camera loops for every boss intro and fight, which leads to some awkward camera angles; also their deaths look pathetic. Additionally, you don't have to kill everything on the boss for it to die, which doesn't make sense to me. Two levels don't even have a boss and just end abruptly.

The only other good thing I can say about this game is the 3 or so metal tracks are nice in a cheesy sense, but are repeated on some levels. The voice acting is atrocious, if you can hear it, and so is the writing. Not that I was expecting much from a rail shooter but at least spell and grammar check FFS.

Don't get this. $10 is a blatant rip off. I'd barely pay $1 for this near alpha level trash.
Publicada: 22 Maio
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7 de 9 pessoas (78%) acharam esta análise útil
0.3 hrs em registo
Hyper Fighters... is neither a fighter, nor hyper. And it's very very out of date. Graphics looks dated, gameplay is boring and frustrating. Controls are difficult and virtually unexplained. Why should I ever choose a "maneuverable" fighter in a RAIL-SHOOTER is, well, unexplained. It only runs in one resolution (lousy), and it was just... boring.

Even Jane's Advanced Fighters is a better game than this. Really. If you have a few bucks, go buy "Hypersonic 4" on GamersGate. That's crap too, but it's somewhat more interesting than this crap.
Publicada: 30 Junho
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254 de 274 pessoas (93%) acharam esta análise útil
0.2 hrs em registo
Couldn't find any video reviews before I bought, but thought it would be a neat way to waste time. Sadly, its just a way to waste time. Its mildly fun for about 60 seconds. The outlandish planes you fly and large bosses you fight against are neat, but not worth the price of admission. This would be a neat arcade game for $0.25/life, but at $9-10, its a waste. Also, as a port, its terrible. I have 1 resolution, no video options, no control list, the view distance is terrible, and given how the horizon moves I must be on a planet the size of a basketball.

A lazy port designed to make some cash. Glad I could help, Team6! Now everyone else stay far away.
Publicada: 24 Janeiro
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