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Energy Invasion

Energy Invasion

Casual, Indie
Energy Invasion - an arcade game inspired by the classic Breakout. Unlike the original game, your ball does not break blocks on its own, but can launch missiles in a chosen direction.
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Energy Invasion - an arcade game inspired by the classic Breakout. Unlike the original game, your ball does not break blocks on its own, but can launch missiles in a chosen direction.
buy 2.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date10 января 2018 г.
DevelopersSometimes You
PublishersSometimes You
OSMac, Linux, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsSteam Trading CardsPartial Controller SupportSteam Leaderboards

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Updated 24.05.2024
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REQUIREMENTS
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Minimal
  • OS: OS X 10.7+
  • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Memory
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: UI optimized for 16:9 aspect ratio
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  • OS: OS X 10.10
  • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Memory
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: UI optimized for 16:9 aspect ratio

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Description

Energy Invasion - an arcade game inspired by the classic Breakout. Unlike the original game, your ball does not break blocks on its own, but can launch missiles in a chosen direction. The game is designed for a controller, but the ability to control with the keyboard and mouse is also present.

Features:

- A lot of bonuses (both useful and harmful)

- Bright graphic effects

- Levels with dangerous enemies

- Soundtrack from Nick R 61 (19 tracks in the game and 7 bonus-tracks, available separately)

- 25 levels in "Invasion" mode, 25 levels in "Linear" mode, ∞ levels in "Endless" mode

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Reviews about the game

Energy Invasion31.01.2020

This is a nice breakout clone with some original features. It's got a neon look to it and the end of a level you get a nice psychedelic looking tunnel effect taking you to the next level. Overall the graphics are simplistic, but pleasing. The music score is interesting, with some weird beats, but definitely a nice sound overall. There are three modes, Invasion, linear and endless modes. All three modes are similar with some slight differences. The linear mode has the bricks slowly moving towards the bottom of the arena, Invasion mode is the closest this game comes to a traditional breakout and endless mode has a ship firing back at your bat, with an energy field that appears occasionally that can either trap your ball above the bottomless pit and away from your bat, or it can stop you from destroying any bricks temporarily, (this also appears in the linear mode); plus there are area's that look like disperse multicoloured balls, where your energy balls disappear if they enter them. To play the game you fire off a large energy ball and that acts as your usual ball that needs to be kept from disappearing into the bottomless pit by catching it with the bat and bouncing it back up to the bricks. This energy ball on its own does no damage, instead you can fire small rockets that look more like small energy packets from the ball directed at the brick you wish to break. Use your mouse to direct these small rockets to their destination. They also act like the main ball an will rebound of the walls and can be caught and sent back into the arena by your bat. I've been playing breakouts ever since the first one was released by Atari in one of those large console cabinets way back in 1976. I spent a fortune on that first one, putting 10 pence pieces into the cabinets like they were going out of fashion and have loved the genre ever since; collecting hundreds of variants over the intervening years. I was really pleased with the three modes, each having its own little differences, but none are majorly different. I love the particle effects that you see occasionally and especially for little more that the price of a decent cup of coffee from one of the many major coffee houses scattered around the world, you cannot go wrong with this game. (at the time of writing it is 81% off costing only £0.39/$0.49) From the main menu it tells you your percentage progress in the two non endless modes. After playing two levels in the invasion mode I'd completed 8%, which equates to 25 levels for that mode. After completing three levels in the linear mode I calculated the same number of levels available. so with 50 levels to play, plus an endless mode, Energy Invasion is fantastic value for money. You can use either the keyboard or a controller to play the game. The 'How to Play section tells you all you need to know about the game, which for such a cheap game is unusual. This is one of those games that is an ideal break time game. Despite loving this genre, I do find playing them for an extended period can become quite boring, so i generally play these in between more in depth and interesting AAA games. You can see a couple of game play videos of game play [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDc66p61aW0][b]HERE[/b][/url] and [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61KgI6lh0i4][b]HERE[/b][/url]. The last video is also discussed by a small panel of gamers. Oh yeas, I nearly forgot to mention, my main gripe with this game is that if the ball hits the very edge of your bat it is sent in a sideways trajectory, which becomes very hard to recover the ball and more often than not will result in the loss of the ball after it has bounced between your bat and one of the side walls of the arena several times.

Spotty Cockroach
Spotty Cockroach
I recommend
Energy Invasion14.09.2022

There are three modes, Invasion, linear and endless modes. All three modes are similar with some slight differences.

Agricultural Koala
Agricultural Koala
I recommend
Energy Invasion22.04.2021

DON'T BUY IT! This game is awfull. Instead play old "Krypton Egg" https://playminigames.ru/en/game/krypton-egg

Mental Bison
Mental Bison
I don't recommend
Energy Invasion11.01.2018

So far, so good. Feeling very high on this game. If you're a fan of Breakout this is the next logical step a Breakout game would go and it's damn good. https://youtu.be/5mlsx0fws74

Fancy Sawfish
Fancy Sawfish
I recommend
Energy Invasion21.12.2023

[h1] Energy Invasion: A Colourful and Addictive Experience [/h1] [h3] Positives: [/h3] [b]? Colourful and Addictive Gameplay![/b] The game attracts attention with its simple but addictive gameplay. Exploding colourful blocks offers a fun experience. ?️??? [b]? Immersive Sound and Music![/b] With its energetic and harmonious music, the game provides a unique atmosphere for the players. Sound effects harmonise with the rhythm of the game. ?? [h3] Negatives: [/h3] [b]? Control Issues![/b] The game may occasionally cause control problems, sometimes the character's movements may react in an unwanted way. ?? [b]? Insufficient Content and Story![/b] The content and story of the game may not be enough for some players, they may have difficulty progressing. ?? Energy Invasion is notable for its addictive gameplay and colourful graphics. However, control issues and lack of content may be irritating for some players. [h3] Energy Invasion Rating [/h3] [table] [tr] [th]Category[/th] [th]Score[/th] [/tr] [tr] [td]Graphics[/td] [td]⭐⭐⭐⭐[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td]Gameplay[/td] [td]⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐[/td] [/tr] [tr] [td]Music and Sounds[/td] [td]⭐⭐⭐⭐[/td] [/tr] [/table] [b]Personal Comment:[/b] Energy Invasion's occasional control issues can undermine the enjoyment of the game. Also, the lack of content and story may prevent some players from fully experiencing the game. Therefore, despite the fun aspects of the game, its shortcomings cannot be ignored. ??

Nosy Tapir
Nosy Tapir
I recommend
Energy Invasion04.12.2023

This game is a meme definition of "Unity game" in a bad sense: - Boring gameplay - Shitty graphics with post-processing such as chromatic aberration cranked to high - Horrible music (I initially thought there is some problem with its playback on Mac due to how bad it is - turns out, it's just the way it is) - My head literally started to hurt due to the combination of graphics and music - No saving. I quit the game after playing ~12 minutes and was not going to launch it again, but people in the reviews were saying there is no "save" and I wanted to check it. Confirmed - no save. The only good thing I can say about it is: + Performance - works smooth even on a 9-year old Mac with Intel 4000 built-in graphics

Yammering Chickadee
Yammering Chickadee
I don't recommend
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