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42 posts

Great game, great unockables, and a fantastic editor for Shmup fans.
Its not available for cheap, so get yourself a copy!

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2364 posts

yes you can make stuff.... but the game its self made me bored. I just do not like this game.... at all.

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1607 posts
15 Miis
With the support of the community, this game could be amazing. I've got my fingers crossed...
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2 Miis

really good becuz of the creativity you could do in this game and becuz of the blast works depot downloading stuff is so easy even a caveman can do it.

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Damn right.
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It's awesome. Tell your friends! And they can tell their friends. And so on. And so on. And so on.
great! lots of fun. tons of user created content.
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1 Miis
Strange shooting game, cute at times, it can get crazy quickly with some super buzy screens...

The "Z" button on the numchuck should be more like a switch "ON" or "OFF" then a "PRESS" or "UNPRESS"
70 posts
Blast Works is an intersting twist on a dying genre. When you destory enemies, you can attach them your ship in a method reminiscent of Katamari Damacy. Attached enemies wil use their weapons to attack as wel las provide aromr for your main ship.

In addition to the 15 levels of the main game, Blast Works's biggest feature is its inlcuded editor. No, not a level editor; and everything editor. You can create your own bullet patterns, playable characters, enemies, and full levels. The editor is easy to learn, while providing enough depth for serious creators to make some interesting creations.

All of your creations can be uploaded to Blastworksdepot.com, where other players can review and download your works.
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fantastic. the single player is fun (although i suck at it) but the best part is the editor. ive spent hours working on one single ship. really fantastic. i really cant wait to see some serious effort from the community. a bit lax at the moment im afraid.
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10 posts
3 Miis
Its a blast!
i liek dis game

The editors are incredible and I love the physics...I'd go on but I don't have enough time
Wow, great online set up for this game. I wish more games would be like this. 9.9/10
10 posts
This game contains a campain mode, but it is pretty bad. There is no storyline, just levels other the creators made. The editing is more fun, but is still very basic.
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1393 posts
1 Miis
Almost Too hard to play solo, But very fun!
28 posts
Excellent editors, challenging campaign, and a core mechanic that doesn't become gimmicky. Not only that, but it includes 4 unlockable freeware games such as rRootage. Overall, it kicks the snot out of other shmups on the Wii.
So far so good. I still have a lot to do.
Thank Recommended
Even With Online System
This game is great for the building type. The game has a great building system, and a challenging single player mode.
This game would be a mild three (due to short game play) if it wasn't for the fact that it's build system is almost perfect and allows for nigh infinite levels.
Its like katamari gradius
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187 posts
It's an awsome game! But the enemy editor is hard to use right.
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7 posts
3 Miis
This game is great. The editor is awesome and really adds depth and longevity to the game.
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45 posts
I'm the kinda guy who likes games where your creativity comes into mind, and you are able to build and create anything your mind could imagine, so this game hit a home run with me, I think everyone should own blast works, and I have nothing bad to say about it!
14 posts
PERFECT ecept arcade mode is to hard
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239 posts
It is the perfect game for people like me who like to build things and are creative at it.
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54 posts
8 Miis
The editors are great! but the level editor is a little complicated.
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1394 posts
2 Miis
awsome
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13 Miis
Its fun... to a degree.
Blast Works: Build, Trade & DestroyBlast Works: Build, Trade & Destroy
Release Date: May 6, 2008
ESRB: Everyone
Publisher: Majesco Sales Inc.
User Rating:
(138 Votes, 4 Average)

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