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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
''Ben 10'' uses the same engine as ''[[TMNT - The Legend Returns]]'', another game which is presumed to have been developed by BMB; both have very slow gameplay and a maximum of 2 enemies on screen at a time. The sound driver in ''Ben 10'' is the same as that of most BMB games, and background music is largely recycled from them.
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Ben 10 starts out on a basic title screen identical to most BMB games, where you have the options of begining the game or setting up your preffered options. You use the A or C button to attack and the B button to jump, in a similar situation with [[Mario 4: Space Odyssey]] you have no control of your movement while you are in the air. The enemies have very basic AI, and there can only be two of them at a time. The music is ripped from TFM music maker (which is randomly selected everytime you play a level), along with the sound driver and sound effects of Uwol: Quest for money, supporting the theory that this game was developed by BMB. The continue screen is quite gruesome but the game over screen is just grim, unlike the rather infamous one from [[Felix the Cat (Sega Mega Drive)|Felix the Cat]]. Overall this game is very similar to [[TMNT - The Legend Returns]], with the same controls and engine.
 
== Continue / Game Over ==
 
''Ben 10'' continues the tradition of BMB's games having violent or gory Continue and Game Over screens. When the player loses all lives, a bloody image of Ben appears on the continue screen. Meanwhile, the game over screen depicts a hand emerging from the ground - implied to be Ben's hand - with a graveyard background.
 
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 08:36, December 25, 2017

Ben 10: Alien Force
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Ben 10's title screen.
Publisher Kudos
Developer Unknown, likely BMB
Console Sega Mega Drive
Date 2012

Ben 10: Alien Force is an unlicensed Russian Sega Mega Drive port of a beat-em-up for Java phones Ben 10: The Power Of Omnitrix, based on the TV series of the same name. No developer credits exist in the game, but several elements point it to having been made by BMB.

Overview

Ben 10 starts out on a basic title screen identical to most BMB games, where you have the options of begining the game or setting up your preffered options. You use the A or C button to attack and the B button to jump, in a similar situation with Mario 4: Space Odyssey you have no control of your movement while you are in the air. The enemies have very basic AI, and there can only be two of them at a time. The music is ripped from TFM music maker (which is randomly selected everytime you play a level), along with the sound driver and sound effects of Uwol: Quest for money, supporting the theory that this game was developed by BMB. The continue screen is quite gruesome but the game over screen is just grim, unlike the rather infamous one from Felix the Cat. Overall this game is very similar to TMNT - The Legend Returns, with the same controls and engine.

Gallery

Assets

Graphics

  • Zombie Last Night start and title screen image (Used in the Game Over screen)

Music

  • Alone Coder - Trampam (Used in the intro)
  • Kulor - See You Next Year (Used in the ending screen)
  • Uwol - Ending (Used in the title screen)
  • Uwol - Game Over (Used in the Game Over screen)
  • Uwol - Menu (Used in the continue screen)

In-game (Randomizes)

  • Alone Coder - Uzhos
  • Groovemaster303 - Lost Forest
  • Linde - Forget Him
  • Linde - Lame Bells
  • New Order - Blue Monday
  • Shiru - Space Standart
  • Ducktales Moon theme

Video

External links

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