Family Rush

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The family that slaughters demon beasts together, stays together. Shoot through the hordes of monsters to get back your little baby before he/she becomes a sacrifice.

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korvarthefox March 4, 2015 5:15 PM

I think the "mute music" and "mute sound effects" icons are swapped.

Also, on my penultimate run, I got both Grandpa and Sparky, and it only told me what Sparky did!

It was reasonably enjoyable, but easy enough once I had all the family members.


A bit "grindy". And once you get to the end, there's no decent win cutscene. Just, cut to stating image. At least give me a good boss demon exploding and a little family happy-dance. Certainly a little "we got the baby back" animation.

Patreon Donator Infant Tyrone March 5, 2015 12:30 AM

I was grinding peacefully along and holy what are those red dinosaur mole rat devils?


It felt a little grindy, but nothing compared to others like it. It is actually easy to beat. I didn't have to upgrade granpa and pup but once before I beat the boss. It would have been nice to get my coin after beating the boss so I could maybe upgrade and play it though again.

If you beat a level, go to the upgrade screen, to the menu and back you lose all your coins. If you quit playing the game and come back you lose your earnings. I had the same problem as korvarthefox; I got grandpa and I got sparky and it only told me about sparky. There is an info button so you can see their information later if you did not read it or if the game skips it.

Reply March 8, 2015 11:16 AM

Terribly grindy but at least you don't start the game from the very beginning every time.

It'd be nice if the other characters were controllable after the dad is dead. And their AI was a LOT better.

For a family, mum REALLY isn't much of a team player in defence.

Reply March 8, 2015 11:38 AM

"Sparky heals your wounds".

Does he? Does he really? I saw NO evidence of that after one of those two legged red things ran RIGHT through our group leaving us all with 1 health a piece.

It'd be nice to be able to choose which of the various stages you'd like to start at rather than being dropped into the most difficult stage you've already reached.

Not a very nice programmer is he doesn't want us grinding easier levels.

Reply March 8, 2015 12:14 PM


After beating that boss all you get is a crummy "Congratulations!" screen?

What a swizz!


If you aim well and destroy a lot of enemies it is less grindy. Also, it helps to protect the other characters until you can upgrade them. You just have to figure out which upgrades are the most beneficial.

I have played dozens more that were far more grindy than this. That is why I said it was a bit grindy and wasn't ranting about it, if a game is too grindy I most often quite playing; this one was not one of those.


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