GAME > Scraap (Andrew Brophy)

Scraap is a generally rough-looking shooter, but that doesn’t harm the fun factor. You face a large array of chaotic enemies, all bent on creating destruction. Simply fire your colourful multihued beam at the torrent of enemies to turn them into, well… scrap. The abstract visuals are well blended to create a haphazard atmosphere, appropriate for the ‘Explosions’ competition it’s been entered in. The high tempo music fits the pace of the game and complements the sound effects that enhance the feel of blasting those adversaries to pieces. Overall, it’s a short but interesting shooter that all action-lovers will enjoy (if it doesn’t lag your computer).

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