QP Shooting - Dangerous!! is a bullet hell type shoot’em’up starring the pudding-loving dog girl QP seen in 100% Orange Juice. Nothing can stand between QP and her pudding - not even difficulty options to reduce the experienced gamer to tears!
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Very Positive (12 reviews) - 91% of the 12 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Very Positive (262 reviews) - 90% of the 262 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Nov 14, 2014

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“QP is an engaging, well-crafted little shooter, and one that fans of the genre should check out.”
4/5 – Snackbar Games

“It’s adorable, yes that much is true, but it’s just a malicious veneer. But you’re still going to fall for it – just like I did.”
8/10 – Honest Gamers

“Give me pudding or give me death!”
4/5 – Game Revolution

About This Game

QP Shooting - Dangerous!! is a bullet hell type shoot’em’up starring the pudding-loving dog girl QP seen in 100% Orange Juice. Nothing can stand between QP and her pudding - not even difficulty options to reduce the experienced gamer to tears!

A mysterious nemesis has taken pudding away from the world. Can a lone heroine with a sweet tooth stop their nefarious plans?
It's time to get back your pudding... again!

Features:
  • 5 Stages - meet old friends and new enemies as you progress through five wildly different stages to solve the mystery of the missing pudding.
  • 4 Difficulty levels - something for every player, from merely challenging to tear-jerking.
  • 3 Play Styles - play with Orthodox, Defensive or Aggressive style, affecting the behavior of your Hyper Mode.
  • 28 Formations to Unlock - earn points to unlock new attack formations for QP. You can load up to 3 different Rbit formations onto the field, and switch them on the fly.
  • Arcade and Conquest Mode - Conquest Mode saves your progress and allows you to progress a stage at a time, striving to do ever better.
  • Replays - Save replays of your best victories and most miserable failures to study or share.
  • Pudding(?)

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Intel CPU 2.0GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 or above compatible card with 256MB VRAM or more (Radeon or GeForce recommended)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible card
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Very Positive (262 reviews)
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Patterner
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: July 23
technical problems and far too hard on easy
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Kristy Blackclaw
( 68.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 13
My favorite Bullethell on Steam. with the Gundemonium series
Really feel like a bullethell. The bullet is not too fast and plenty some are shootable.

Excellent scoring system max your chain and collect the most stars in hyper mode.
4 different difficulty easy to super hard (even at easy, it can be a little hard)
Excellent soundtrack.
Many shooting formation to pick to fit your style. I'm 99% umbrella. (your need unlock them)
Playable Qp dangerous on 100% orange juice another great game.

The story just silly but nice.
Try beat my score i probably have some replay. check the forum or ask me
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lxx
( 6.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 11
Cute, difficult, nice scaling difficulty options and lots of weapon styles to unlock which can completely change up the way you play. Also pudding.
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( 10.7 hrs on record )
Posted: July 10
wan 👌
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XenoCat
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
Run around as a dog shouting "PUDDING!!" at everyone and murdering them. From a nerdy school girl obsessed with chickens to demon worshipping lolis, you can murder them all to get your final goal of pudding.
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blod
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 11
there are bunnies and dog girls in the game and blood on my desk

will continue to play after i find my v key
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Rumi
( 4.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 5
One of the closest things to Touhou you're gonna get.
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beans
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 31
I would say positive if I only went for the gamepay but..
there was a prevvious version(?) of qp shooting or other
game that connects to this game. which makes the story
(characters in game) hard to unserstand.


pro:
-great gameplay
-ok soundtrack
-puding

con:
-there are many characters you dont know about
(if you didnt buy the other game)
_too short
(predictable if you look at the acheivements)

well its an good game overall but in order to make
it better youll need to buy other games that connects
to this game
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Foggy Dreamer
( 6.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 19
The pudding is a lie.
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Därko
( 3.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
You are a shibi cat girl, flying around dodging endless amount of colored dots and batteling a whide amount of colorfull enemies and other shibi characters,. All in the name of pudding.

If you are a hardcore player this game also have endless amount of prestigefull achivements that you can show of to your your friend or that girl you like.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 29
Run around as a dog shouting "PUDDING!!" at everyone and murdering them. From a nerdy school girl obsessed with chickens to demon worshipping lolis, you can murder them all to get your final goal of pudding.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
68.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 13
My favorite Bullethell on Steam. with the Gundemonium series
Really feel like a bullethell. The bullet is not too fast and plenty some are shootable.

Excellent scoring system max your chain and collect the most stars in hyper mode.
4 different difficulty easy to super hard (even at easy, it can be a little hard)
Excellent soundtrack.
Many shooting formation to pick to fit your style. I'm 99% umbrella. (your need unlock them)
Playable Qp dangerous on 100% orange juice another great game.

The story just silly but nice.
Try beat my score i probably have some replay. check the forum or ask me
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
108 of 144 people (75%) found this review helpful
83 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 29, 2014
Pudding is a hell of a drug.
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63 of 76 people (83%) found this review helpful
35 people found this review funny
Recommended
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 26, 2015
I came for the bonus character.
Stayed for the pudding.
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70 of 90 people (78%) found this review helpful
20 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 8, 2015
The closest thing to Touhou in Steam
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52 of 64 people (81%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 14, 2014
The game is quite fun, with amazing story as well as incredibly challenging!
However my only problem is that easy mode for me is quite hard.
There are various game modes such as Arcade and Conquest mode in Conquest you can
save your game data after every stage and continue from there if you lose so no worries there.

All it all it is a amazing game and definitely lives up to the tag of "bullet hell."
I would highly recommend this game to anyone who is a fan of this genre and loves anime.
The people at Orange Juice have done it again with a simple but fun amazing game.
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36 of 45 people (80%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
Recommended
13.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 3, 2015
This is even harder than trying to get actual pudding from the grocery store during the holidays.

But, that is sorta what you want in a bullethell game. The unlockable formations add even more replay value as you try to fight your way through using different combinations.

Highly recommended.
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36 of 47 people (77%) found this review helpful
26 people found this review funny
Recommended
13.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 16, 2015
I saved pudding 10/10
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22 of 24 people (92%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 30, 2015
QP Shooting – Dangerous is a vertical Bullet Hell shooter where we play as a dog girl named QP on a quest to save pudding. Pudding the food, not an actual character. It seems all of it has disappeared and only QP remembers its existence and it's up to her to get to bottom of why her favorite food suddenly vanished. As you might have gathered by now the plot for this game is absurd and all the situations you will be in are equally as odd. Throughout your journey you will be fighting street lights, trees, trains and anything else the devs happened to see while gazing out of their window. There are 5 stages in total and it should last under an hour to beat them all if you are skilled enough to beat them on your first try. A neat little feature is that even if you lose it will let you save a replay of your playthrough to see what you did wrong or to simply show off.

Starting off the game you will have the choice of picking one of four difficulty modes. It is a pretty “easy” game compared to most others of the genre so my suggestion would be to start on a higher difficulty for those accustomed to these type of games. You will then have the choice of choosing one of the three fighting styles this game offers. Aggressive which causes your hyper attack to do plenty of damage but lasts a short while, Defensive is the opposite and allows you to use your hyper attack for far longer but causes little damage and Orthodox which is a mix of the two. There is even more customization, you will then be able to choose three projectile formations for your playthrough, but starting off you only have three anyways so it doesn't feel as overwhelming as it sounds. With that out of the way, onto the actual game.

First thing you will notice is how cutesy the art style is with everything having a colorful, light hearted vibe. Regardless of the theme, the game can be quite brutal on higher difficulties and with the game not having any continues you do not have much room for mistakes. In addition to just shooting, you will be able to slow QP down to easier avoid tightly spaced projectiles and the ability to change your bullet formations. Bullet formations play a crucial role in QP Shooting as enemies will attack you from the back, as well as the sides which means that if you only have front firing formations you will be unable to defend yourself and have to avoid their projectiles and hope they leave the screen before they manage to shoot you down. It offers the game a on your feet, tactical feel to it and with 28 formations to unlock there is a ton of ways to play the game and experiment. You buy more formations from the main menu using Rbit points, currency received from play.

To further aid you, you have the aforementioned Hyper Attack that fills up by causing damage to enemies and are able to overcharge it up to 150% for a longer use. You can't see how far it has filled before reaching 100% charge to know how long until you can use it annoyingly enough. When it is filled you will have a giant circles with its percentage spinning around your character and that can be distracting until you get used to it. Once the hyper attack is activated, the projectiles near you will disintegrate, though this is effect will not take place again and you will still be able to get hit. The main purpose of the hyper attack is to output more damage than normal, as your projectiles grow in size and fill up most of the screen for the duration of your hyper attack. If you get hit during a hyper attack its effects will immediately end but you will not lose a life. It's a pretty useful feature and if used properly can save you from two fatal blows. The damage output is not really a huge difference from your normal projectiles, even on “Aggressive”, so you may end up using that skill as a defensive measure more likely than not.

Enemies are pretty varied and you will pretty much never see the same enemy in another stage as they all have a certain theme to it. Some enemies are pretty weird and you will have no idea where from its body it will shoot the projectiles so it's best to keep your distance until you know how it attacks, that is a flaw though a pretty minor one. Though it may be in your best interest to let the enemy fire first, as when you kill an enemy all of its projectiles will disappear and turn into points. It offers a risk and reward type of mechanic though with the lack of online leaderboards it is very hard to care about points or high scores unless you more than one person plays this game on your PC. One other problem I would like to mention is that QP Shooting does not support the D Pad on your controller so you are stuck using the analog stick which is a pain. Moving back to the enemies each level has a unique screen filling mid-boss that will try to destroy you. These are rather fun to fight and break up the pace from fighting regular enemies all throughout and really helps to avoid it feeling repetitive.

Fighting actual bosses is where the real fun begins and where all of the dialogue happens. Before each fight QP and the boss of that stage will talk about pudding and make various jokes, it can be funny the first time around but they do go a bit overboard with the amount of text, making you unlikely to want to read all of it again on other playthroughs. Thankfully the option to turn off all dialogue is available. Bosses can take quite a beating and throw much more intricate projectile patterns at you so that is where you are likely to die a few times. When you whittle down their health bars they will change their fighting styles and go back to max health. All those are typical bullet hell features but what is a bit different is that each boss has a familiar like a baby chick, a roulette wheel or a toy lion. These will also shoot projectiles at you and don't stay dead for long. Bosses all have over three forms so they are pretty lengthy fights and finishing off their health bar with a special attack nets some big points. They get progressively harder and harder, by the fourth stage you will need some decent skills or formations to make it through.

There is a multiplier for killing enemies and will deplete if you spend too long without destroying anything. It is in your best interest to gather up points as you will be rewarded with more lives and extra Rbits that will increase your firepower. The music you'll be hearing is very hit or miss, as the soundtrack starts off pretty mediocre but gets progressively better and better the further you get into the game. No voice acting is in this game and it's all text based. Graphics do their job, though this being a vertical bullet hell, it would have been nice to be able to rotate the screen for those of us that can pivot our monitors. As it is we are stuck looking at a vertical game with most of the screen unused. Not game breaking but it is a significant annoyance. There is an option to darken the background to make enemies and projectiles far easier to differentiate and it's a nice feature for those easily distracted by the bright colorful backgrounds. Everything runs smoothly and I've noticed no slowdowns except for when the stages start.

QP Shooting Dangerous is a really good title for people wanting to bridge the gap between the Shmup and Bullet Hell genre. It is far slower paced than most Bullet Hells and with all the customization available it will prepare you for any type of gameplay other games may have. In addition there is a “Conquest” mode that allows you to save after each stage. Even if you load the game you will have the same amount of lives you had the first time you played that stage so you can't simply breeze through the game without learning how to play. If you can't beat a certain stage, it may be best to start over and choose different formations that may be of better use for that situation. Overall this isn't a great 'must play' type of game but it is both a charming and fun title.
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