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Spin Ball Tesla V3

Tesla Drone added 1 year ago

Now with bigger thrusters, more teslas and a radar.

V2 had ghost + blink, mostly used just for the rift event. Was bit clumsier than V1 or V3.

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Practical Rating
9.8
Creative Rating
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Function rating by Coornio9.0
Creative rating by Coornio7.5
Function rating by mistah_Jay10.0
Creative rating by mistah_Jay7.0
Function rating by lukaszBiceps10.0
Creative rating by lukaszBiceps10.0
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lukaszBiceps
1 year ago
Nice :)

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
mistah_Jay
1 year ago
never saw spinner gameplay. this is ridiculous. exactly what Coornio says

Ratings 10.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
Coornio
1 year ago
Gotta love how oblivious these enemies are to their surrounding. Completely unaware of the sound effect of the ghost module or the visual distortion, and yet they ignore the fact that someone behind them just died mysteriously. Not to mention their reflexes. If there's one thing to feel sorry about, it would be the fact that most of them were slow ass ground units :P

You're the painful medicine some of these people require, much alike to natural selection. Keep up the curbstomping of unaware players :)

Ratings 9.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
arakkam
1 year ago
Exactly :D

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