First of all, we'd like to congratulate developer Tanos. This gamer we're reporting about is reportedly the coder's very first work, titled Look Out ver CF01. This Lua-coded homebrew game will have you trying to move a ball to the right side of the screen. Not quite that simple when we add you have to dodge incoming bullets while you're doing that.
At the moment, the game only carries two levels, although the bullets we mentioned earlier can move pretty darn fast. Like a classic game of pong, it's simple, but not easy. The game is in Spanish, but Tanos was kind enough to post an English translation for the readme.
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