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Radical Spectrum: Volume 1
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Radical Spectrum: Volume 1

Radical Spectrum: Volume 1

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A band of aliens led by the careless Prince FaceBox have invaded the future city of Nucleusport, bombarding it with radioactive waste from their own polluted planet. Only one man has the tech and the cojones to fight back. Take on the role of Doc DuBrane and wield his super-powerful Prisma Cannon in this endless arcade-style shooter.
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A band of aliens led by the careless Prince FaceBox have invaded the future city of Nucleusport, bombarding it with radioactive waste from their own polluted planet. Only one man has the tech and the cojones to fight back. Take on the role of Doc DuBrane and wield his super-powerful Prisma Cannon in this endless arcade-style shooter.
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Release Date8 июля 2016 г.
DevelopersAutonomic Interactive
PublishersNew Reality Games
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Single-playerFull controller support

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Minimal
  • OS: Mac OS X 10.8+
  • Processor: 2Ghz Dual-core processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Graphics
  • Storage: 1 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Stereo Sound

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A band of aliens led by the careless Prince FaceBox have invaded the future city of Nucleusport, bombarding it with radioactive waste from their own polluted planet. Only one man has the tech and the cojones to fight back. Take on the role of Doc DuBrane and wield his super-powerful Prisma Cannon in this endless arcade-style shooter. Absorb the radiation dropped by the alien ships and fire it right back in their stupid faces. 

Radical Spectrum is a classically-inspired arcade game with infinitely increasing speed and difficulty, featuring a unique color-collecting mechanic that adds a light puzzle element. Players must collect three of the same color in order to fire, and must balance risk and reward in choosing what to shoot. If black radiation touches the ground, or Doc, it’s game over, so the player must decide what is more important: destroying the UFO, or attempting to destroy the black block winding its way through the grid. Miss either way and it could be lights out.

On the surface the game appears simple, but requires constant attention to all parts of the screen and there’s more strategy to it than meets the eye. Choose to collect a certain color without looking at what’s coming up next and you could screw yourself over, or shoot at the wrong time and leave yourself open to black radiation hitting the ground. Go for the high score by destroying more of the grid and you give yourself fewer options for collection. Every action counts in Radical Spectrum.

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Reviews about the game

Radical Spectrum: Volume 124.07.2016

Meh. The game is a poorly documented (how many blobs do you need to get before you can shoot? Wait, you can shoot? What's that black blob?) game that has a 80's arcade game feel to it. Its the type of game you'd look at in the arcade, drop $0.25 into and then after a few minutes go "well, [i]that[/i] was a waste" and never go back to. On steam, this is a game that is $0.99 (or as I did, $0.69 on sale), install, play for a few minutes and then go "well, [i]that[/i] was a waste" and uninstall.

Zealous Cheetah
Zealous Cheetah
I don't recommend
Radical Spectrum: Volume 109.07.2016

RS is a game where each colour hazman catches charges up his gun (kinda like match-3). But hit the wrong colour and its back to square one! If you have watched the steam page video, it shows what you are in for. Charming title for sure, if I was to complain. The black slime can make the game feel a little unfair, as hitting you or the ground is game over man. Controls are X,A and pad to move.

Musical Owl
Musical Owl
I recommend
Radical Spectrum: Volume 102.03.2020

Aliens are invading and seek to destroy your home planet by flooding it with radioactive waste. Time to fight back by shooting their own waste back at them. This is Radical Spectrum: Volume 1. [h1]The Good[/h1][i]Simple gameplay to pickup and learn.[/i] The gameplay for Radical Spectrum Volume 1 isn’t too complicated to understand. In each stage, you’ll have a board of blocks, which the waste will travel through from top to bottom. One of the aliens with drop different colored waste in random locations from the top of the board, while the player is at the bottom tries to catch the waste and shoot it back at them. The stage is complete when you shoot down the opposing alien three times. As noted, it’s easy to understand how to play the game. The game doesn’t keep track of high scores in game or online, so at best, it can be used to pass the time. [h1]The Bad[/h1][i]Game is heavily dependent on RNG.[/i] While the gameplay is simple enough, the game itself is not. Before you can attack the aliens, you need to collect 3 same colored waste consecutively, then you can fire an attack. The fact that you need to collect 3 before attacking the enemy limits you on what you can do, and what doesn’t help getting what you want is the fact that the game is very RNG. The waste can go either left, right or down. Unless the correct colored waste you need doesn’t goes down, it makes the game take longer as a result. In case someone asks, no, you can’t store the waste of one color and collect waste from another color. [h1]The Ugly[/h1][i]Game Overs happen very easily.[/i] Another thing to note as to how frustrating the game can be is how easy it is to get a Game Over. As noted in the previous sections, the waste can come in different colors, but at times, the aliens will sometimes drop a black colored waste. You can’t collect these ones and if it hits the ground or make contact with you, the game immediately ends. You can obliterate the black waste if you have a collection ready to fire back at the enemy, but as noted in the last section, the game is very RNG and in some cases, you could have the black waste go to the bottom so quick that you won’t have time to prepare for a counter attack. This review should be obvious enough that the game is not really good. The fact that it can go against you very easily makes the experience very unrewarding. Don’t bother looking at this game, there are much better arcade options elsewhere. [h1]Developers (Headquarters)[/h1] [list] [*]Autonomic Interactive (New York, NY) [/list]

Organic Hoverfly
Organic Hoverfly
I don't recommend
Radical Spectrum: Volume 126.02.2017

absolutely awful. first, no instructions whatsoever. second, you would think that maybe it supports a controller. but...not really. i only found out that you can shoot after using the keyboard. there's no shoot button on the controller. wtf? third, the controls are crap. half of the time i try to shoot, nothing happens. combine all of this and i found that i couldn't last more than 5 minutes. ragequit. uninstall.

Amazing Lobster
Amazing Lobster
I don't recommend
Radical Spectrum: Volume 109.07.2016

Sadly this game suffers from a lack of cotent. I beat it in 20 minutes. There is no replayability either(No trading cards, Achievements, or Leaderboards)

Uptight Anglerfish
Uptight Anglerfish
I don't recommend
Radical Spectrum: Volume 109.07.2016

Relatively solid puzzle / action mashup; there aren't a ton of these in modern gaming that I can pick up and play like this one. It's kind of like breakout combined with Bomberman. I'd like more variety in the level design or maybe some ground-level obstacles, but as it is it's a steal at the price. The soundtrack is really good, too.

Persistent Quelea
Persistent Quelea
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