iPad BQLSI Star Laser-Retro 80's L.S.i Space Shooter

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by THE STUD, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. #1 THE STUD, Aug 5, 2009
    Last edited: Aug 5, 2009
    Price-$1.99/£1.19​


    You can play early 80's style LSI game on your iPhone!!!
    Here is the first game of BQLSI series, "BQLSI STAR LASER"!!!
    Save our planet!!!!

    Features:
    -Action LEFT/RIGHT
    -Difficulty PRO/AMA
    -Shoot Button FIRE

    BQLSI STAR LASER has the battery simulation.
    If this game's sounds or screen fade away, change "BQbatteries"soon!!!
    Slide finger across the demo mode and slide the battery cover.
    You can change the battery by touching it.

    Plan for the future:
    -the World ranking
    -the Smudge buttons simulation
    -the Editable battlefields

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  2. deadweight

    deadweight Well-Known Member

    Brilliant. Battery pack? Slide to change the batteries?

    Again... brilliant. :cool:
     
  3. KSC

    KSC Well-Known Member

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    I hope you realize that battery gimmick is liable to push me right over the edge!
     
  4. ImNoSuperMan

    ImNoSuperMan Well-Known Member

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    This really looks interesting. Nice retro art here
     
  5. BeefJerky

    BeefJerky Well-Known Member

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    I had only searched just a little while ago to see if anyone had any impressions of this. I must admit, while the battery simulation is interesting, I loved the App Store typo that advertises it as having a "buttery simulation".

    There aren't enough games with buttery simulations.
     
  6. 99c_gamer

    99c_gamer Well-Known Member

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    I used to have a game like this
     
  7. KSC

    KSC Well-Known Member

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    HA! No, there sure aren't!

    Now I'm hoping someone makes a game called iBreakfast so I can touch the screen to spread butter on toast and waffles!
     
  8. #8 THE STUD, Aug 5, 2009
    Last edited: Aug 5, 2009
    Check out the video of gameplay in first post i have just found to see how it plays and what it looks like and check out that battery or is it buttery change ;)
     
  9. ImNoSuperMan

    ImNoSuperMan Well-Known Member

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    WOW. That video made it look even more tempting. Another classic game n watch type game after Great Leaping Lambrettinis. Loved that one. MIght just pick this one up for the sake of good old days:rolleyes:
     
  10. drelbs

    drelbs Well-Known Member

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    You might like Breakfast Slots it's got minigames like flipping pancakes, cracking open eggs and juicing oranges. ;)
     
  11. Veratek

    Veratek Well-Known Member

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    VERATEk®
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    thanks for the video :cool: the sound effects are a riot
     
  12. Veratek

    Veratek Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]

    Ahh mismatched batteries, now that's what I remember.
    And I wonder what the smudged-buttons update will look like.
     
  13. nickcaveman

    nickcaveman Well-Known Member

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    illustrator and graphic-designer
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    wow, nice.
    and really good presentation.
    the thing with the battery is great
    (by the way, at the "back" of the lambrettini package there is the sentence "game needs two coin cells. not include" in german.).

    hope, you will have success with your game.
     
  14. djflippy

    djflippy Well-Known Member

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    Wow, this looks buttery.

    I might have to get this.
     
  15. spikey911

    spikey911 New Member

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    I agree with the others, absolutely great idea, and implemented very well.
    Sound effects dead on.
    To be honest I would not fancy it up with high scores or any other modern stuff..It has that great late 70's early 80's look and feel, you should keep the illusion.
    The younger crowd may not take to it, but us older folks will love it.
     

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