**[url removed, login to view]** needs a rad video game made in flash for our website. we want it 8bit looking.
we want two dudes riding rockets killing zombies with golfclubs... sounds dope huh?
simple is the key.
we want 25 simple levels which progressively get harder and harder. these levels would be a stationary setting of a seattle city street with doors out of building which zombies come out... and they must be destroyed by the golf-club wielding band mates, timmy and danny. the doors and buildings would need to change in each level making the levels seem a little different. this is a one player game where you can choose which bandmate to be. at the end of every 3 levels the character would get in a rocket and have a bonus round of flying on the rockets collecting pirates gold and ninja stars while avoiding the police. this will be a top view with the rocket flying towards the top of the screen. the screen will move down at a standard speed. this bonus round ends when you get hit or reach the end.
in regular level mode you get 5 lives to start. if hit at all you lose a life.
we want this game "double dragon" style from the old school Nintendo Entertainment System.
we also would like to do the soundtrack and soundeffects for the game... we just need to know what type of files they would need to be.
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