A retro shooter with a new power: the power to become any ship. Lost in the depths of space, you are a being of pure psychic energy with the uncanny power to take over and control anything you see in order to survive. Built for PC, Enemy Mind lets you battle your way through 70+ waves of challenging enemies.
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Release Date: Jun 6, 2014

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“Angry fun in local co-op with this side-scrolling shooter”
Polygon

“I found the interesting parts of the game to be trying out and taking over all these new ships, and in chasing the narrative throughout this overarching space opera. I found all those things compelling enough to drive me through the experience. This week, James recommends Enemy Mind.”
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“The two and a half months of Early Access time saw tweaks, updates, and bug fixes, and the payoff is an Enemy Mind that’s had a nice polishing shine applied to the game from front to back.”
Hardcore Gamer

About This Game

A retro shooter with a new power: the power to become any ship.

Lost in the depths of space, you are a being of pure psychic energy with the uncanny power to take over and control anything you see in order to survive.

Built for PC, Enemy Mind lets you battle your way through 70+ waves of challenging enemies. Deftly maneuver over twenty unique ships, each with different abilities for you to harness. Backed by an all-new chip-emulated soundtrack by the psychoacoustic artist Rainbow Kitten, Enemy Mind features an adaptive story system as innovative as its gameplay. Are you ready to unlock the secrets of Enemy Mind?





  • 8 levels and 70 waves of challenge
  • Side-scrolling space shooter for PC
  • Classic 8-bit art-style
  • 20+ different ships, each with their own unique power and ability
  • Adaptive story system that changes with your individual play style
  • Multi-player co-op supports up to four players at once
  • Original Chiptune-inspired soundtrack by Rainbow Kitten

More Reviews

"It's incredibly addictive!" Indie Retro News March 2014

"The game really is the whole package. GameCola Score: 9 - Excellent" GameCola June 2014

"Overall I was very impressed by what Schell Games was able to achieve with a genre that is not really known for innovation. The game is addictive enough that you will want to complete it a few times in order to piece together the whole story and of course the co-op mode will also eat up a lot of your spare time if you have friends nearby. While shooter fans will obviously enjoy the game the most I urge anyone that has an interest in polished, unique titles to try it out as it is definitely worth the effort. Rating: 8/10" GAMERamble June 2014

"Enemy Mind is an excellent and unique take on the shooter genre. Definitely worth the price at full retail." Nerd Age June 2014

Check out our website: http://enemymindgame.com/
Listen to the full soundtrack on our Bandcamp Page!
This old-school arcade shmup is brought to you by Schell Games, an independent game studio based in Pittsburgh, PA.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.66Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB Graphics Memory and Directx 9.0c Compatible gpu
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Onboard sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Additional Notes: USB wired Xbox 360 controller recommended
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Berat_Sistemi
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
If you have a gamepad with sensitivity,THEN PLAY THIS !!!
OMG this is the best....ship-shooter GAME !!!
it is hard to complete levels,but its sooo worth bying it !
this game stayed in my library for 5 months....then i tryed it,and i got suprised,its such a good game,good gameplay,animations of ships shooting...

8/10 would turn into somebodys ship again ! :)
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Tyrone
( 5.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 24
Nice game :D
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KALVIN
( 4.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 21
Good game, just a bit repetitive though.
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Minesteper
( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 18
If you like old school space shooter games you are going to love this one.the mechanic that allows you to play as all the diferent ships in the game is awesome!
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SupremePanteras
( 4.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 14
Funny and innovative. Love it.
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James
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 13
A truely fantastic game and a hark back to the way games used to be. This game allows the player to take control of an enemy ship when theirs has no ammo or has low health. It has interesting, simple, inovative and fun gameplay. Appealing graphic and some nice retro audio. Well worth a play. 12/15
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EvilSpaniard
( 0.9 hrs on record )
Posted: April 12
I have over 600 games in my Steam account, and the vast majority of them are still unplayed. So now I'm dedicating an hour to each of these games and writing a series of One Hour Reviews. An hour isn't very long to judge a game on, so think of this as more of a first impression, and take this review in the spirit in which it's given. Be sure to read other reviews from players who have spent more time in the game.

One Hour Reviews #57 - Enemy Mind

I cracked a smile right off the bat as I started playing Enemy Mind as it reminded me of playing Gradius on the NES. It's got the same side-scroller point of view, and the pixel art style has a similar feel to it as well. I really enjoyed the sound effects as well, they mostly sounded like something you'd hear on an 8 bit machine, mixed with some sounds that I swear sounded like they came right from an Atari 2600.

But what's most interesting about Enemy Mind is the twist it adds to the typical shooter. You've probably gotten use to the whole shoot enemies, dodge bullets, and pick up powerups that give you new weapons or other abilities. In Enemy Mind, you don't pick up powerups, but instead you take over other ships, inheriting their abilities instead.

You basically have 2 weapons. One is your offensive weapon, which varies based on what ship you are currently in. The other is your psychic beam, or whatever you want to call it, that when it comes in contact with another ship, you take it over. If the beam misses, then it just boomerangs back to you.

This changes up the gameplay because each ship has a limited amount of hull and ammo. So you can only take a couple of hits (varying based on what ship you are in), and you have a limited number of shots. So you're forced to continually bounce between different ships in order to stay alive.

Each ship type has a different weapon, and some of these are exactly what you'd expect in a shooter, varying from your average straight shooting bullets to lasers, to triple-fire shots. But other ships add some unusual variety, such as the ship that launches itself forward like a missle. You can even take over asteroids which don't have any offensive capability, but basically just house your consciousness until you can project yourself into something else.

The game is broken up into multiple levels, with each level being broken up into multiple stages, with the final stage being a boss battle. If you die then you start over at the beginning of the stage you died on. You do have a limited number of lives, but you can continue when the game is over. Also once you progress past a level then anytime you start a new game you can skip levels you have already beaten.

I played with a gamepad, and didn't have any issues with the controls at all. I also like the fact that it supports a second local player, but I didn't actually try it out with a second person.

I had fun with the game, but it also doesn't look like something that I would play for hours on end. It seems more like the kind of game where I will get through all of the levels and beat the game, and move on to something else. It's fun and all, but for me not necessarily a lot of replayability. So with that in mind, you might be a bit wary of the $9.99 price if you don't think it's something you'll spend a lot of time with. This might be a better game to pick up on sale or in a bundle.

But, unlike many shooters I've played, I genuinely feel like Enemy Mind has added something new to the genre and isn't just another generic shooter. Between it's uniqueness and the well done implementation, this is certainly a game I can recommend checking out.
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[RT]Phr0stY_D3mon
( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 11
Enemy mind a 2D sidescrolling spaceship-shooter much like the classics. I enjoyed this game considering the amount of time I spent playing so far, and have found it intruiging.

Pros:
-Beautiful retro game style
-Good Soundtrack
-Sleek gameplay, with a nice twist to the mechanics

Cons:
-There is a bug where the keyboard key will no longer work and your ship automatically just hovers at the bottom of the screen with no control.
-Reasonably difficult, quite a lot of concentration needed to win.

Overall, it is one of the best I have played in this genre of game.

7/10
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Nardis
( 14.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 6
So good! Sagaia / Darius inspired side-scrolling shooter, where you fight and control sea-like spaceships with a very original gameplay. I had a blast, but I tend to like these types of games.
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Viridium
( 4.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 6
Yes the game aims for an oldschool appeal but a 30fps lock is still shameful.
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Mr Salty
( 16.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 3
Enemy Mind is a great arcade style game with perfectly incorporated local co-op. It has a unique ship swapping aspect which is a fun way to get more ammo, health, new weapons, cool ships. and more.

My only real complaint is that Enemy Mind does not have more levels or more ships and that it is so easily beatable.

All in all it's a great game and I would recommend it.
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AntiKero
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: March 30
i have no idea
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WhatDaMath
( 6.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 28
This is a BRILLIANT bullet hell game!

You play as a mind controlling pilot that gets to capture enemy ships and blast them until you have either no life left or run out of bullet at which point you can capture another enemy and repeat the same.

The game starts really mellow and easy and turns into an AWESOME bullet hell of madness with you capturing, shooting, ramming, running away and capturing again.

So much fun, in such a simple and cheap title!

Definitely a must have for fans of either bullet hell games or someone who likes to try original indie titles.
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HazilTheNut
( 12.1 hrs on record )
Posted: March 21
Pros:
+ The level of quailty and polish in this title, despite its graphical style, is astounding
+ The pixel graphics fit the game, as its an almsot perfect callback to the arcades.
+ Gameplay is fluid and tight. Each wave is a new challenge to surmount, and in later levels strategies can be formed to defeat each wave.
+ For a shoot'em-up style game, the story is exceptional. The story-telling in the game is both clever and well-written.
+ You can shoot the credits
+ The Aratus, the opposing force to the humans, are more interesting aliens than those in other games
+ Bosses were creative. They weren't just bullet sponges, and the mind-control mechanic is realy put to the test in these fights. There were all rewarding to defeat
+ For once, points were something I acutally cared about. I felt amazing to see those numbers go up.

Cons:
- The difficulty spike of the last level was unwarranted; the levels leading up to it should've matched this difficulty slope
- There was inexplicable fps drops at seemingly random* moments, despite my computer being more than capable of running the game

* "Random" meaing completely unpredictable. Happened about 3 times in 10 hours of play (No general interval of time between them)

Final thoughts:

A must-buy if on sale. Even if it isn't, I'd say its worth the $10 anyway. Gameplay is innovative in the best kind of way. It honestly just makes sense, rather than being some weird gimmick. Art syle is fantastic, even with its low resolution. Game is polished and has a level of quality other companies seem to forget when they go for a 16-bit art style.

Category Score (x/10)
Presentation 9
Gameplay 10
Narrative 8
Overall 9.3
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B-rabbit
( 3.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 19
got game free .... ideal master!!
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Obey the Fist!
( 3.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 18
Note: Many of the positive reviews for this game are copy+paste jobs - Devs have been using bots to add fake positive reviews. That's how shonky they are.

This is a terrible 2D pixel bullethell game. It's retro because the indy devs can't do art. The gameplay is stale and repetitive - many of the arcade shooters from the 1980's had better graphics, playability is worse. Not sure what they were trying to do here or why, but it should be stopped. Yes you can pilot differnt ships... who cares! If you want to play arcade games, go to an arcade. Or choose a different one - this is a bad example of the genre.

Absolutely not worth wasting money on.

Graphics settings are limited to (I am not joking) changing the size of the game window. And the "developers" say it was built for PC! It's 2D!

If this game was a person I'd shoot it in the face.
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khoops
( 1.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 18
A good concept but ships carry so little ammunition that most playtime is spent avoiding action
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⠀⠀Dmitri
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 17
good stuff
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JayVee
( 8.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 16
Fun game mechanics with an unexpected story.
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DaNocool
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 16
SHORT REVIEW INCOMING:
A great retro styled shmup by Jesse Shell the guy who wrote "The art of game design". It's a fun little game that adresses most the things he talks about in his book. However not all of the design choices in the game translate to the teaching of the book which is rather disappointing. It's still a great game though. If you like shmups check this one out.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 12
I have over 600 games in my Steam account, and the vast majority of them are still unplayed. So now I'm dedicating an hour to each of these games and writing a series of One Hour Reviews. An hour isn't very long to judge a game on, so think of this as more of a first impression, and take this review in the spirit in which it's given. Be sure to read other reviews from players who have spent more time in the game.

One Hour Reviews #57 - Enemy Mind

I cracked a smile right off the bat as I started playing Enemy Mind as it reminded me of playing Gradius on the NES. It's got the same side-scroller point of view, and the pixel art style has a similar feel to it as well. I really enjoyed the sound effects as well, they mostly sounded like something you'd hear on an 8 bit machine, mixed with some sounds that I swear sounded like they came right from an Atari 2600.

But what's most interesting about Enemy Mind is the twist it adds to the typical shooter. You've probably gotten use to the whole shoot enemies, dodge bullets, and pick up powerups that give you new weapons or other abilities. In Enemy Mind, you don't pick up powerups, but instead you take over other ships, inheriting their abilities instead.

You basically have 2 weapons. One is your offensive weapon, which varies based on what ship you are currently in. The other is your psychic beam, or whatever you want to call it, that when it comes in contact with another ship, you take it over. If the beam misses, then it just boomerangs back to you.

This changes up the gameplay because each ship has a limited amount of hull and ammo. So you can only take a couple of hits (varying based on what ship you are in), and you have a limited number of shots. So you're forced to continually bounce between different ships in order to stay alive.

Each ship type has a different weapon, and some of these are exactly what you'd expect in a shooter, varying from your average straight shooting bullets to lasers, to triple-fire shots. But other ships add some unusual variety, such as the ship that launches itself forward like a missle. You can even take over asteroids which don't have any offensive capability, but basically just house your consciousness until you can project yourself into something else.

The game is broken up into multiple levels, with each level being broken up into multiple stages, with the final stage being a boss battle. If you die then you start over at the beginning of the stage you died on. You do have a limited number of lives, but you can continue when the game is over. Also once you progress past a level then anytime you start a new game you can skip levels you have already beaten.

I played with a gamepad, and didn't have any issues with the controls at all. I also like the fact that it supports a second local player, but I didn't actually try it out with a second person.

I had fun with the game, but it also doesn't look like something that I would play for hours on end. It seems more like the kind of game where I will get through all of the levels and beat the game, and move on to something else. It's fun and all, but for me not necessarily a lot of replayability. So with that in mind, you might be a bit wary of the $9.99 price if you don't think it's something you'll spend a lot of time with. This might be a better game to pick up on sale or in a bundle.

But, unlike many shooters I've played, I genuinely feel like Enemy Mind has added something new to the genre and isn't just another generic shooter. Between it's uniqueness and the well done implementation, this is certainly a game I can recommend checking out.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 18
If you like old school space shooter games you are going to love this one.the mechanic that allows you to play as all the diferent ships in the game is awesome!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 14
Funny and innovative. Love it.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 21
Good game, just a bit repetitive though.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 6
So good! Sagaia / Darius inspired side-scrolling shooter, where you fight and control sea-like spaceships with a very original gameplay. I had a blast, but I tend to like these types of games.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 11
Enemy mind a 2D sidescrolling spaceship-shooter much like the classics. I enjoyed this game considering the amount of time I spent playing so far, and have found it intruiging.

Pros:
-Beautiful retro game style
-Good Soundtrack
-Sleek gameplay, with a nice twist to the mechanics

Cons:
-There is a bug where the keyboard key will no longer work and your ship automatically just hovers at the bottom of the screen with no control.
-Reasonably difficult, quite a lot of concentration needed to win.

Overall, it is one of the best I have played in this genre of game.

7/10
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 13
A truely fantastic game and a hark back to the way games used to be. This game allows the player to take control of an enemy ship when theirs has no ammo or has low health. It has interesting, simple, inovative and fun gameplay. Appealing graphic and some nice retro audio. Well worth a play. 12/15
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 22
PROS

  • Gorgeous pixel art! Seriously, 10/10;
  • Tight controls, also requires a bit of practice;
  • Playstyle can depend entirely on the player;
  • Interesting and innovative boss levels;
  • Full controller support; you can play simultaneously with a friend/significant other;
  • You can take over ANY ship you see in the game!

CONS

  • Waves can be somewhat repetitive at times;
  • The game's pace is a little bit slow in my opinion.

If you're a fan of the classics like Darius II and Thunder Force IV you should definitely try this. Although this game has a big twist! You are a creature that questions its very own existence with story-driven monologues, and can take over any ship it encounters. All ships in this game are very well designed, both visually and gameplay-based, meaning every ship has its own ability, ammunition count and HP amount. The game lets you choose your ships and your play style, and use your brain for suicidal transitions and tactical conservation. The soundtrack is very retro and the sound effects are very satisfying. I highly recommend you play this with a controller for a full Sega Genesis experience.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
12.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 21
Pros:
+ The level of quailty and polish in this title, despite its graphical style, is astounding
+ The pixel graphics fit the game, as its an almsot perfect callback to the arcades.
+ Gameplay is fluid and tight. Each wave is a new challenge to surmount, and in later levels strategies can be formed to defeat each wave.
+ For a shoot'em-up style game, the story is exceptional. The story-telling in the game is both clever and well-written.
+ You can shoot the credits
+ The Aratus, the opposing force to the humans, are more interesting aliens than those in other games
+ Bosses were creative. They weren't just bullet sponges, and the mind-control mechanic is realy put to the test in these fights. There were all rewarding to defeat
+ For once, points were something I acutally cared about. I felt amazing to see those numbers go up.

Cons:
- The difficulty spike of the last level was unwarranted; the levels leading up to it should've matched this difficulty slope
- There was inexplicable fps drops at seemingly random* moments, despite my computer being more than capable of running the game

* "Random" meaing completely unpredictable. Happened about 3 times in 10 hours of play (No general interval of time between them)

Final thoughts:

A must-buy if on sale. Even if it isn't, I'd say its worth the $10 anyway. Gameplay is innovative in the best kind of way. It honestly just makes sense, rather than being some weird gimmick. Art syle is fantastic, even with its low resolution. Game is polished and has a level of quality other companies seem to forget when they go for a 16-bit art style.

Category Score (x/10)
Presentation 9
Gameplay 10
Narrative 8
Overall 9.3
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15 of 27 people (56%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
11.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 22
Enemy Mind is a game about you becoming any ship you want!
Shooting other ships in space, the control is easy to learn.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 28
This is a BRILLIANT bullet hell game!

You play as a mind controlling pilot that gets to capture enemy ships and blast them until you have either no life left or run out of bullet at which point you can capture another enemy and repeat the same.

The game starts really mellow and easy and turns into an AWESOME bullet hell of madness with you capturing, shooting, ramming, running away and capturing again.

So much fun, in such a simple and cheap title!

Definitely a must have for fans of either bullet hell games or someone who likes to try original indie titles.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
9.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 1
ughhhh i really wanted to like it... but i really cant recommend it unless on a huge sale. $10usd is just too much for what you get. there are better free games for my android phone.... just saying. unless you are a hardcore pixel art lover, as a shmup fan its not a very good shmup to me. there are so many better shmups to waste my time on. the game concept iself is pretty good and it does have potential, even fairly good controls. i am pretty biased against pixel art though, i really dont care much for it, its just no the 80s anymore playing with 1mhz processors..... game itself is 5/10 but the value per dollar is 2/10.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 11
Classic side scroller, Decent.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
16.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 3
Enemy Mind is a great arcade style game with perfectly incorporated local co-op. It has a unique ship swapping aspect which is a fun way to get more ammo, health, new weapons, cool ships. and more.

My only real complaint is that Enemy Mind does not have more levels or more ships and that it is so easily beatable.

All in all it's a great game and I would recommend it.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
11.6 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
I really enjoyed this game, one of the most superb 2D space arcade shmup i've ever played. I definitely recommend playing it.

PROS :
Beautiful graphics with nice pixel design.
Cool soundtracks.
The story is interesting3 differents ending
Easy gameplay.
Trading cards.
Some easy achievements.
Many ships to take controls of them.

CONS :
I found it a little frustrating.
Hard to master it, specially to do 100%
For the price you may want to wait a discount (i got in a giveaway)

▂▃▅▇█ final judgement : 80/100 █▇▅▃▂
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 6
Enemy Mind is a difficult 2D side-scrolling shoot-em’-up (schmup). It isn’t tremendously long – it has 80 stages, including 8 bosses, taking about 4 hours to complete – but it is definitely quite taxing. Unlike many modern games, this game incorporates a lives system and score system, meaning that if you die, you have to start a set of ten stages over again. This can be very unpleasant if you get a game over on a boss.

The central conceit of Enemy Mind is that you are a mind-hopping parasite who can jump from ship to ship. Each ship has limited ammunition and can take 2-5 shots before going down. Your goal is to use the ships to hop through the battles, taking down all the enemy ships while avoiding being in a ship when it goes down yourself. This leads to fairly unique gameplay, as the ships have a wide variety of attack patterns, both in your hands and in the hands of the AI. This is especially notable in the boss fights, where you must hop around between various ships during the fight to take down the boss without the boss destroying you in the process. Indeed, almost all of the bosses can themselves be mind controlled, resulting in interesting gameplay as you work to destroy the boss while hopping in and out of its body.

The game has a story underlying it – in-between stages, you can listen to enemy chatter over the coms system, as well as having various memories filter into your mind. While delivered via text, the story is interesting as it reveals more about both the mind-hopping parasite and the world you’re inhabiting, and depending on whether you’re controlling a human ship or an Aratus (alien) ship, you get different story messages (and, at the end of the game, a different ending based on which faction you spent more time mind controlling over the course of the game).

Overall, this is a pretty creative game, and is definitely a distinctive entry within the schmup genre. While the game isn’t mind blowing in terms of quality, it works quite well, and it is fun navigating your way through the game and working out what is going on. That said, it is a schmup game, so if that sort of thing isn’t your cup of tea, or if pixel graphics bother you, this isn’t going to change your mind.

Still, if you’re a fan of the genre, this is worth checking out, even if it is quite difficult; judging by the achievements board and high scores, less than 50 people have beaten this game in its entirety.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 8
was fun wouldn't deny that. gotta get into it more.

10/10
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 19
got game free .... ideal master!!
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 30
i have no idea
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39 of 52 people (75%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 19, 2015
Enemy Mind is a game about you becoming any ship you want! Shooting other ships in space, the control is easy to learn.
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