Conclusion: Basically Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy is a create your own shmup kit that offers fans of the genre a possibility to create any kind of shmup they want with the games easy to use editors.
Pros: Blast works offers everybody a chance to make their wildest shmup dreams come true. Simple to use editor can be used to create everything from your ow ships to your very own bullet patterns. These editors give you unlimited possibilities when it comes to making your own quality shmup. Even if you...
Cons: This game is pretty much only for those who are interested or really love shmups. The single player campaign is also really short so if you aren't interested in making your own items or downloading other peoples creations, this game is not for you. Limited space for the downloads and your own cre...
Summary: I love this game! It's pretty hard to get anywhere at first, but it's such a blast that doesn't matter. Very ridiculous in terms of what your ship looks like after collecting a bunch of junk- I was laughing at mine all through the game. Very fun. Very challenging. Very low price.
Summary: This game is freakin' rad. There are two elements to this game that make is incredibly fun to play. One - you can build and design your own ship to use in combat. This isn't like a cut and paste job, you can literally make shapes/guns/wings ANYTHING and put them anywhere on the ship.
Summary: This game is by far one of the most unique and intelligent games I've played in some time. The ability to share your creations online at blastworksdepot.com provides amazing replayability. For a better review read the post above me but believe me, EVERYONE who owns a Wii should get this game!!!
Summary: The first reviewer highlighted all the good aspects of the game, and I agree with that review. Now take some time to consider the bad. You better be a seasoned side scrolling shooter vet before picking this one up because even on the easiest setting, this game is hard.
Summary: Blast Works is a game that, well, works. It's got high intense action like the arcade games of the 80's with a few extra twists thrown in there for good measure. It's a game that's simple to pick up and play but it actually manages to be challenging enough as well.
Summary: Blast Works is a very interesting game, and it's nice to have it as a Wii exclusive--even though it makes no use of the Wiiremote's motion sensing controls and only uses the pointer for menu selection.