Enemies

Some articles on enemies:

Mario & Wario - Gameplay
... use as barriers or bridges for Mario to walk across, and can destroy certain obstacles and enemies ... The player is awarded points for defeating enemies, collecting items, and for any remaining time when the level is completed ... include forest, desert, and underwater settings, each with a different offering of enemies or hazards ...
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction - Gameplay
... while fully charged attacks will toss vehicles, enemies and unlucky pedestrians into the air ... These attacks will clear enemies out for a multi-block radius, flatten entire buildings, and cause massive damage to enemies ...
Astal - Gameplay - Controlling Astal
... Pressed without direction, or with left or right held down, Astal will grab and throw enemies or objects over his shoulder ... holding down, Astal will punch the ground, stunning enemies ... forward and pressing B immediately after will blow this air out, literally blowing away all enemies directly in front of him ...
Game Artificial Intelligence - Video Games With Acclaimed AI
... Enemies use cover very wisely, and employ suppressive fire and grenades ... The squad situation affects the individuals, so certain enemies flee when their leader dies ... lot of attention is paid to the little details, with enemies notably throwing back grenades or team-members responding to you bothering them ...
Sorcerer Hunters - Characters - Enemies
... Sacher Torte (ザッハ·トルテ, Zahha Torute?) (pronounced "Zaha") Voiced by Banjō Ginga A sorcerer doctor and wielder of the Plantina Energy, he was once an ally of Big Mama ... He helped found the Sorcerer Hunters, but eventually left because of differences between himself and Mama ...

Famous quotes containing the word enemies:

    What can be more soothing, at once to a man’s Pride, and to his Conscience, than the conviction that, in taking vengeance on his enemies for injustice done him, he has simply to do them justice in return?
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    Convictions are more dangerous enemies of truth than lies.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    We must endeavor to forget our former love for them [the British] and to hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in peace friends.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)