Nobody Shooter (Windows)

Nobody Shooter Windows Starting screen


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Nobody Shooter is a demake of Everyday Shooter made for the TIGSource Bootleg Demakes competition. It recreates the first level of Everyday Shooter using the colours, style and limitations of the Game Boy handheld.

Using the arrow keys to move around, and the four other keys to shoot in four directions, players need to keep a little dot alive as long as possible in a single, non-scrolling area. True to the game it is based on, every bullet, collision and pick-up adds to the soundscape of the chiptune music running in the background. Furthermore, a bar at the bottom screen shows how far the level is from completion and seeing through certain enemy patterns can make the player destroy many aliens at once.

There are only a few lives and waves of enemies keep appearing from all sides until all lives are lost or the level has been completed. A high score list has been included.


Nobody Shooter Windows The small, white squares can be collected safely.
Nobody Shooter Windows Game won
Nobody Shooter Windows Starting screen
Nobody Shooter Windows Start of the game... it doesn't look much without the music and sound effects.

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Sciere (506104) added Nobody Shooter (Windows) on Jan 10, 2009