Super Killer Hornets: Resurrection
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Things will explode, things will die, you will dodge, you will do maths...Yes maths!
Super Killer Hornet Resurrection is an intense vertical shooter with a brain train twist. Through the chaos and explosion try to answer the falling math problems to increase your multiplier and power up your ship.
Featuring a superb sound track by UK rock hip hop maestros the Sixty fours as well as classic tracks from Dylan Barry.
6 intense and diverse levels
Epic boss battles
Unique and rewarding multitasking gameplay
OST by the Sixty Fours and Dylan Barry
Includes arcade, time attack and survival mode
Classic auto-bomb system to aid beginners
Maths while blowing things upsamtahbou | May 12, 2015 | See all samtahbou's reviews »
Scroller bullet hell game that got everything right. This remake of the game has all the elements that make these games enjoyable; it is plenty challenging, the soundtrack is catchy and there's enough variety to not bore people to death, and there's enough in each level to keep a player going. For a one man project this game is quite well made and well worth a go! The Math element for those who are wondering is simple enough, you get small math problems thrown at you, and if you get the answer right, you power up your weapons, up to a cap, getting answers wrong however, will power you down.
Bullet Hell + Maths = SKH:Rreginleifx | Jan. 29, 2015 | See all reginleifx's reviews »
Super Killer Hornet: Resurrection has little to no plot, which I did not mind in this case. The game itself is a remake of Super Killer Hornet, which I haven't played but is included in Resurrection. Its gameplay is good, it might seem like a regular Shoot 'em Up, but it has a rather unique mechanic: You have to do math while evading shots and shooting enemies down to upgrade your weapons, but be careful, because choosing the wrong answer will downgrade them. The game's soundtrack is not bad. It features four songs by British band "The SixtyFours", and you can choose the original SKH's soundtrack too. All in all, Super Killer Hornet: Resurrection is a game you might want to check out someday if you're in for a challenge, you like maths and bullet hells. Get it if it is on sale.