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PsychotronicDeath Vs. MonstarsThis is the kind of efficient plotting and character design I like to see in a shooter. What's your motivation for exterminating vast populations of cute eyeballey critters? Well, you're Death, you see, and in a shocking twist, you like to kill stuffs. No city in peril, no alien threat—all you want to do is *bang* *bang* *bang* *bang* and a *click* *ka-ching* and take their money.

Death Vs. Monstars (from HDOS Databank request 01 creators GameReclaim) is not your typical Flash arena shooter, thanks to a clever control scheme that lets you play only with the mouse. You fire, constantly and hyperactively, in the opposite direction of your movement. Best of Casual Gameplay 2009This makes sense, because when you dodge away from a wee beastie who wants to catch you and chew on your giblets, you'll automatically be shooting at it. To strafe, just hold the mouse button to lock your firing direction. Easy, but it takes some adjustment if you're used to the old wasd-and-mouse setup. I prefer this, frankly. It feels clean and elegant, and it lets you carve your way through the hordes like buckshot through sherbet.

As the everlasting incarnation of mortality (and so adorable!), you also get some super powers. When your anger meter is full, double-click to turn enemy bullets into gold and release a wave of destruction in all directions. Your other meter is Slow Motion—hold the [Space Bar] to activate it and slip through the crowds like a slug through sherbet.

Between levels, spend your accumulated blood money on new weapons, regenerating health, and the like. The main menu screen is a little hard to read at first, so here's the quick explanation: missions are on the left, and they unlock in sequential order as you beat them. Weapon shop is on the right. Mmm…sherbet.

Analysis: The engine behind Death Vs. Monstars is impressive, hurling hundreds of moving sprites around the arena with nary a stutter. And what makes a shooter work, really, is the smoothness. Without it, there is no rhythm; and with no rhythm, there is no rush blood trance rage.

Though it takes a few missions before the Monstars (a cunning portmanteau of "monsters" and "supraorbitar" (oh hush, it could happen)) start shooting back, it doesn't take long at all before they're attacking in large enough groups to transform you into a creature made of pure reflex. Luckily, the bright colors and crisp character outlines make it easy to see all the important details in the chaos. This game is a superb argument against particle explosions.

I have already heard some talk that the money system is unbalanced, that it is too easy to "farm" certain levels and therefore gain an unfair advantage; and to this I say, "Don't farm then, you addled daftmobiles. Try to beat it without repeating any levels, like a hero would."

As brainless as Death Vs. Monstars comes across, it is constructed smartly. monsters appear in well-paced waves, and their movement patterns complement each other. It's a surprisingly casual shooter as well, due to the simplified control scheme, the upgradable health bar, and the abusable weapon shop. The hardcore shmup fan will lay waste to this game fairly quickly, but not without a great deal of joy; and there's always the final endless "Score-Hog" level, for high score bragging rights.

In Short: Death Vs. Monstars is super-awesome. Sherbet is yummy.

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Walkthrough:

Beginning:

Welcome to the most difficult game when it comes to moving around. Move your mouse to move around. The hard part is that you shoot in the OPPOSITE direction that you move. So, to, for example, shoot at the top-right corner, move your mouse towards the bottom-left corner. Berserk is double-click, and slow-mo is space bar.

Your objective: Kill monstars & survive. That's it. Not very hard if you think about it, but it can be difficult to survive when there's a thousand monstars on the screen. Get pst the first two levels by killing what you can. For Level 3 and on, continue to "Making Money"

Making Money:

To make money, move over the gold coins, pieces, and, in some cases, numbers. The coins are worth 10, the diamond shaped pieces are worth 50, and the numbers are worth the number. The two levels that are the biggest money makers are levels 3 & 7 ("Bouncy-Bouncy" & "Orange County"). This is because the green blobs drop 50's and occasional 2k's, while the oranges drop 200's and the much-more-often 2k. If you are just starting, start with level 3. I usualy gain anywhere from 50,000 to 150,000 on level 3 (that's with surviving and getting the 1.5 multiplier bonus). The order you should by weapons in is this: Weapon 3, Weapon 4, Weapon 5, Weapon 6, Weapon 3. If you have enough moey to skip ahead to a more powerfull weapon, then do so (but still get weapon 3 last, since it isn't worth the money it costs). As for the upgrades, you can get them in any order you want, though I suggest starting with Health and Healing. Always buy weapons before upgrades (excluding the FIRST upgrade in Health and Healing). A note on the weapons: You can equip different ones you have bought by clicking on them. The one highlighted in red is the one equipped. A description of the monstars are next.

Monstars:

Blue Guys ("Lowly Critters"):

These guys hunt you down, but don't do much else. One shot to kill these buggers. (10 coin)

Green Blobs:

These guys head toward you when they spawn, but just go in straigt lines bouncing off of things after that. A few shots will kill this. (50 coin-occasional 2k)

Yellow/Gold "Shells":

These monsters have shells, thus requiring a few more shots two kill. They also appear in swarms and hunt you down. (2 10 coins)

"Oranges":

The easiest of the shooters to kill, these slow moving blobs usually appear in small (or sometimes large) groups. They take between 5 and 15 shots to kill(I was using the BIG gun, so it's hard two tell). (200-2k apears about 1/4 of the time)

Purple "Hunters":

These star-shaped monstars will shoot you down. They prefer to move in a circle around you than move straight at you. Takes a few more hits to kill the the "Oranges." (50 coin-occasional 2k)

Dark Orange "EyeTowers":

The hardest regular monster to kill, this guy will stay in one spot and shoot large, blobby shots at you that have a good amount of damage. KILL THESE IMMEDIATELY!!! Even with the big gun, it takes a few seconds to kill it, and if there are a lot of them, you will be dead before you can say "I hate these @#$@$% EyeTowers!" (4 coins & a 1k EVERY time)

How to Survive (Most the Time):

You need to master the "strafe" BEFORE going on to battle the boss. Use the strafe to point your gun in one direction while moving (like always shooting towards the left side of the screen while moving up and to the left) and to point it at one point where there are a bunch of monstars or at a spawn point. If you see a bunch of monstars coming from one point, shoot at that if you can, because they will keep coming out for a little bit, racking up more kills (and getting them off your screen). I like to stay in one corner and use the strafe to point towards the opposite corner, and kill all monster near me before moving foward to collect bounty (if I need it) and then move to another empty corner. This works best for non-shooting monsters. Once you get those shooters, it is best to stay in the middle and shoot around you. Also, use berserk only when you are being overpowerd. Otherwise, save it for later. (It's also good to use it right before the end of a level to kill off the remaining monstars quickly)

The Boss:

So, you finnaly made it to the big guy, huh? Well, get ready for the battle of you Death vs Monstars life (which hopefully hasn't been long, otherwise you're probably doomed to die...). You have to start out by shooting Blues and Purples. The length of this is random; foe me, one time it lasted 10 seconds, another time it lasted 2 minutes. After you get down to the last ones, the Boss apears!!! Kill off the remaing blues and purples before tackling this monster of a monster.

There is a method to kill him. It's called AVOIDING!!! You have to avoid his attacks to kill him. The attacks are:

Purple Stream: A stream of large purple shots. This will kill you quickly.

Swarm: A swarm of little black minons will appear. Kill them off or use berserk.

Large Purple Stream & Swarm: A combo of the previous two, but BIGGER! Berserk is the best way to gow with the Swarm, and go in a circle around the Boss to avoid the stream.

Light Purple "Super Shot": This comes in a big and little version. He will shoot out little shots in straight lines out and away from him. Watch where they go to avoid. (These dont do TO much damage, but still don't try to get hit)

Lunge: He will lunge at you. Simply move out of the way.

He also does some other combos of these (mainly including "Lunge"). To kill him: use berserk and KEEP YOUR GUN ON HIM AT (almost) ALL TIMES!!!! This will make the battle shorter, and it will be more likely to win.

Once you beat him, he will blow up slowly, and look like swiss cheese, or sherbert with alot of holes. Watch the short video, read the funny messages, and your done! On to Score-Hog...

Add stuff if I missed any thing.
Enjoy!
(And yes, I DID kill the boss, and on the first try too!)

38 Comments

wlangford Author Profile Page March 9, 2009 1:06 PM

Excellent game so far. A few recommendations for those having trouble.

Play level three repeatedly to build up enough gold for the third, fourth, and sixth weapons. (Skip number 5, it isn't worth the money, IMO.) The green enemies in level 5 will drop 2k gold randomly, and I've had up to 30k gold before halfway through. Then when I finished, I got the 1.5x multiplier. The sixth weapon makes a world of difference.

Hope that helps. Now, back to Death Vs. Monstars!

(Also, first?)

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wlangford Author Profile Page March 9, 2009 1:10 PM

Oh no! I accidentally closed the window and the continue last game button doesn't work for me!!

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Anonymous March 9, 2009 1:22 PM

a mia reference in a review. psychotronic, i like you more and more.

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Anonymous March 9, 2009 1:45 PM

I'm sure it's a great game if you have a good mouse.

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Anonymous March 9, 2009 1:45 PM

lots of fun blasting monsters and collecting coins/upgrades. got up to the last boss and the same thing that happened to Will happened to me :(

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Fantastic game. My only regret was that the ride didn't last longer. Hope to see more from this developer.

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Emergent March 9, 2009 2:49 PM

Huh... I was having good light shmup fun for a while, then I got to the boss level. Absurdly tedious! I almost gave up and quit before the boss arrived. After I died, it wasn't worth my time to try again- I'd like to fight the boss again and try to beat it, but the lead-up is just tediously uninteresting and far too long.

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jimmytb Author Profile Page March 9, 2009 2:58 PM

EVOLVE MONSTAR!
sorry, couldn't help myself.

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Great game - it reminds me of the game Destruction Carnival with the cheery music and bright colors while blowing up the baddies.

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coolpilot Author Profile Page March 9, 2009 4:19 PM

Walkthrough:

Beginning:

Welcome to the most difficult game when it comes to moving around. Move your mouse to move around. The hard part is that you shoot in the OPPOSITE direction that you move. So, to, for example, shoot at the top-right corner, move your mouse towards the bottom-left corner. Berserk is double-click, and slow-mo is space bar.

Your objective: Kill monstars & survive. That's it. Not very hard if you think about it, but it can be difficult to survive when there's a thousand monstars on the screen. Get pst the first two levels by killing what you can. For Level 3 and on, continue to "Making Money"

Making Money:

To make money, move over the gold coins, pieces, and, in some cases, numbers. The coins are worth 10, the diamond shaped pieces are worth 50, and the numbers are worth the number. The two levels that are the biggest money makers are levels 3 & 7 ("Bouncy-Bouncy" & "Orange County"). This is because the green blobs drop 50's and occasional 2k's, while the oranges drop 200's and the much-more-often 2k. If you are just starting, start with level 3. I usualy gain anywhere from 50,000 to 150,000 on level 3 (that's with surviving and getting the 1.5 multiplier bonus). The order you should by weapons in is this: Weapon 3, Weapon 4, Weapon 5, Weapon 6, Weapon 3. If you have enough moey to skip ahead to a more powerfull weapon, then do so (but still get weapon 3 last, since it isn't worth the money it costs). As for the upgrades, you can get them in any order you want, though I suggest starting with Health and Healing. Always buy weapons before upgrades (excluding the FIRST upgrade in Health and Healing). A note on the weapons: You can equip different ones you have bought by clicking on them. The one highlighted in red is the one equipped. A description of the monstars are next.

Monstars:

Blue Guys ("Lowly Critters"):

These guys hunt you down, but don't do much else. One shot to kill these buggers. (10 coin)

Green Blobs:

These guys head toward you when they spawn, but just go in straigt lines bouncing off of things after that. A few shots will kill this. (50 coin-occasional 2k)

Yellow/Gold "Shells":

These monsters have shells, thus requiring a few more shots two kill. They also appear in swarms and hunt you down. (2 10 coins)

"Oranges":

The easiest of the shooters to kill, these slow moving blobs usually appear in small (or sometimes large) groups. They take between 5 and 15 shots to kill(I was using the BIG gun, so it's hard two tell). (200-2k apears about 1/4 of the time)

Purple "Hunters":

These star-shaped monstars will shoot you down. They prefer to move in a circle around you than move straight at you. Takes a few more hits to kill the the "Oranges." (50 coin-occasional 2k)

Dark Orange "EyeTowers":

The hardest regular monster to kill, this guy will stay in one spot and shoot large, blobby shots at you that have a good amount of damage. KILL THESE IMMEDIATELY!!! Even with the big gun, it takes a few seconds to kill it, and if there are a lot of them, you will be dead before you can say "I hate these @#$@$% EyeTowers!" (4 coins & a 1k EVERY time)

How to Survive (Most the Time):

You need to master the "strafe" BEFORE going on to battle the boss. Use the strafe to point your gun in one direction while moving (like always shooting towards the left side of the screen while moving up and to the left) and to point it at one point where there are a bunch of monstars or at a spawn point. If you see a bunch of monstars coming from one point, shoot at that if you can, because they will keep coming out for a little bit, racking up more kills (and getting them off your screen). I like to stay in one corner and use the strafe to point towards the opposite corner, and kill all monster near me before moving foward to collect bounty (if I need it) and then move to another empty corner. This works best for non-shooting monsters. Once you get those shooters, it is best to stay in the middle and shoot around you. Also, use berserk only when you are being overpowerd. Otherwise, save it for later. (It's also good to use it right before the end of a level to kill off the remaining monstars quickly)

The Boss:

So, you finnaly made it to the big guy, huh? Well, get ready for the battle of you Death vs Monstars life (which hopefully hasn't been long, otherwise you're probably doomed to die...). You have to start out by shooting Blues and Purples. The length of this is random; foe me, one time it lasted 10 seconds, another time it lasted 2 minutes. After you get down to the last ones, the Boss apears!!! Kill off the remaing blues and purples before tackling this monster of a monster.

There is a method to kill him. It's called AVOIDING!!! You have to avoid his attacks to kill him. The attacks are:

Purple Stream: A stream of large purple shots. This will kill you quickly.

Swarm: A swarm of little black minons will appear. Kill them off or use berserk.

Large Purple Stream & Swarm: A combo of the previous two, but BIGGER! Berserk is the best way to gow with the Swarm, and go in a circle around the Boss to avoid the stream.

Light Purple "Super Shot": This comes in a big and little version. He will shoot out little shots in straight lines out and away from him. Watch where they go to avoid. (These dont do TO much damage, but still don't try to get hit)

Lunge: He will lunge at you. Simply move out of the way.

He also does some other combos of these (mainly including "Lunge"). To kill him: use berserk and KEEP YOUR GUN ON HIM AT (almost) ALL TIMES!!!! This will make the battle shorter, and it will be more likely to win.

Once you beat him, he will blow up slowly, and look like swiss cheese, or sherbert with alot of holes. Watch the short video, read the funny messages, and your done! On to Score-Hog...

Add stuff if I missed any thing.
Enjoy!
(And yes, I DID kill the boss, and on the first try too!)

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Sheer_Cold March 9, 2009 4:25 PM

Can anyone say Touhou?
But

I did level 9 to farm money instead of level 3, XD
Oh well, I still won.

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This makes my brain melt in a really awesome way.

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Anyone notice the "You Have To Burn The Rope" reference? ;)

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Really fun little game, I've been playing it for about an hour now, I'm on the level just before the final boss. The graphics are good and clean, and the interface is easy to use. The game has a light and cheeky tone, the descriptions for the missions made me smile. Also, I LOVE the music, it suits so well, and I find myself not wanting to mute the game and turn on my own soundtrack.

My one tip is to make sure you do actually own a mouse! I've been using the touch pad on my laptop because I can't find my USB mouse, and my finger is killing me.

Otherwise, awesome game :)

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JohnnyCaps Author Profile Page March 9, 2009 5:48 PM

Cool, but too often my mouse would go just outside the edge of the screen and my skull would get caught there, bombarded by bullets, while I tried to find my cursor and move him away. During the boss this was a real problem, especially. Still gets a "thumbs up" from me, though, despite the uncalled-for game overs.

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Wisedude Author Profile Page March 9, 2009 6:15 PM

I hate to say it but...

ZOMFG YHTBTR REFERENCE!!!

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Fun little game, but quite frankly, the controls are not an improvement over the standard WASD/mouse aiming.

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samalakar Author Profile Page March 10, 2009 12:40 AM

Easiest way to beat the boss:

Go bullet time when you have the Rage built up, then go into/over the boss (so you are internal to him) and use the RAGE. Every shot will hit him and do lots of damage, and you will barely get hurt yourself. Just a few times doing this and he is toast!

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I happen to hate the wasd + mouse control method, so I really enjoy this control method. Very easy to control, in my opinion, and quite clever.

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'This time you wont get a away with just burning a rope' - quote from Final boss level description.

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Anonymous March 10, 2009 12:17 PM

Oh yeah, loving the YHTBTR reference.

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What do we call this guy? The Scowling Colossus?

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how do I use berserk mode? I double click and it uses the bomb. I have blown alot of money into the berserk mode charge and whatnot so I would like to know if it was a good investment. When I double click a whole lotta stars shoot out and any enemy bullets turn to money but I want to be "invincible and to shoot an insane ammount of bullets" Will someone please help me?

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coolpilot Author Profile Page March 10, 2009 6:58 PM

FOFO, what you described IS Beserk mode. The extra length in time for it means more waves of stars and a slightly longer invincibility time.

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This is really addicting! I wish there were more levels..

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Btw, very "16-bit-ish" music!

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"all you want to do is *bang* *bang* *bang* *bang* and a *click* *ka-ching* and take their money"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sei-eEjy4g

awesome song and nice reference ;)

:D

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FancyPants April 13, 2009 12:41 PM

Rofl i'm at lvl 10 but i just cant kill the boss =/ i used berserk each time when it comes but he keeps hurting me to fast and i die before i can kill it.

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Hey guys! you can focus the shot when holding down your mouse button.

so hold down your mouse button and you can aim quite good...

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this game is awesome, like wickedawesome!
i was most impressed by the slickness of the game engine. I know it mentions it (1000 things on screen etc) but i was still very, very impressed.

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Anonymous May 15, 2009 8:27 PM

you want to stay far away and shoot for a distance. that way your bullets spread and you take more at once. and when i was a beginner i ran away and let the opposet sooting thing my work for me. all i had to do was collect the coins and everything near me was destroyed.
P.S. learn to spell

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music ripoff from megaman zero's :(

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Axel the hedgehog August 23, 2009 1:05 PM

Im pretty good at the game, I beat the boss easily. But the ugly orange guys kept killing me...

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Anonymous October 7, 2009 2:41 PM

Wow, IE6 DOES work horribly. I was forced to play this on a computer using only IE6 and mousing over the red circle didn't do ANYTHING. Pathetic Microsoft! If I were a zombie, I would devour Bill Gates's brains like buckshot through sherbet.

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I played on a laptop and it was still so easy. Best level for cash is the one with 300 oranges. Twice and I could buy the 6th gun.

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penguino994 January 1, 2010 5:14 PM

OMG!!!
I had a cross fire with the boss, I killed him he killed me! WTF????? SOOOO CLOSE!!!

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I enjoyed this game for quite some time, I spent hours playing it, just repeating levels because it was that fun, then I reached the boss.

I've been trying for weeks to beat him but no matter how much bullet-time or berserk I use, I just don't get anywhere, I haven't even once got his health halfway, it's actually driving me insane, all I hear is people beating it first go and videos of it and everything and I'm struggling.

Definitely the one thing that ruins the game is that boss, it's ridiculous.

3/10 simply because I spent all that time basically for nothing...
Such a pity :\

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metaright March 20, 2011 4:24 PM

Exactly what Quaza said; the boss completely breaks the game. It's much too hard and the lead-up to it is ridiculous.

I can potentially see somebody spending MONTHS trying to beat the boss. The difficulty is stupidly high.

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