• Publisher: ngmoco, Inc.
  • Genre: Arcade
  • Device: iPhone
  • Size: 82.8 MB
  • Version: 2.0
  • Price: Free
  • Average User Rating: 5 (3)
App description: Bring it anytime, anywhere in the first online FPS that fits in your pocket.

Engage in multiplayer first-person combat against real players from around the world. Your goal is simple: put the most advanced weapons systems to the ultimate test against real player combatants. Earn credits based on your performance, buy upgrades and better gear and compete to be the warrior in the ELIMINATE weapons research program.

Playable over 3G or Wi-Fi, ELIMINATE invites you to join ranked competitions against other players in a variety of high fidelity arenas through the Plus+ Network. Send challenges to your friends using Push Notification and they can join your game with a press of a button whether theyre currently in the game or not.

-Earn credits, level up and tweak out your highly customizable gear including futuristic weapons, personalized armor rigs and upgradable gear characteristics.

-Experience fast, fluid, First-Person competitive combat on your iPhone and iPod Touch.
-Play ELIMINATE with ease through a seamless global matchmaking system over Wi-Fi or 3G networks.
-Stay connected with Plus+ enabled friend list invites, leader boards and awards.

-Master multiple combat arenas, each with its own unique play styles and strategies.
-Work your way to the top by leveling up and upgrading your weapons and armor.
-Exploit jet packs, berserker shields, cloaking devices and a variety of cunning power-ups.
-Track your progress with Plus+ enabled leader boards and awards.

-Stunning 3-D characters, environments and combat visuals including normal map rendering on 3Gs devices
-Intuitive Touch Anywhere controls deliver next generation FPS movement and combat control using the multi-touch capabilities of the iPhone or iPod touch.

Arsenal Megacorp is ready for you, enlist today.

ELIMINATE is powered by Plus+, the premiere social network experience for players on the go.

Visit http://eliminate.ngmoco.com for the latest videos and information.

Designed for iPhone OS 3.0
OS 3.1 recommended.

Hardware requirements:
iPhone 3G or better
iPod Touch (2nd generation) or better
*Not recommended for 1st generation iPhone or iPod touch devices
*Network connection required
Eliminate is available exclusively on the iPhone and iPod touch by ngmoco:)

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CO-OP IS HERE: iTunes Link

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First Details on CO-OP
Touch Arcade: Ngmoco's Eliminate Pro to Get Co-Op Mode
Arsenal Megacorp Requests Assistance from all Eliminate Employees
How to play Eliminate Co-Op

Bring it. Anytime. Anywhere.

Eliminate is a 4-player, console-like, online shooter from ngmoco. You can frag your friends from any place that has Wi-Fi or 3G. It's also FREE.

GET IT NOW! Get Eliminate here. You have nothing to lose but your dignity.

Introducing new weaponry and the PRO series for elite employees

The Titan Jr. and Titan PRO
The Devastator Jr. and Devastator Pro
The Mag-Rail and Mag-rail Pro
Offworlder Armorset

Details on 1.1 update
Touch Arcade -- http://toucharcade.com/2009/12/05/ex...-1-1-features/


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Get wet in RUNOFF, our new map that features both land and water elements. Gain elevation in this vertically stacked map to snipe at players below – or dive into the water to escape fire and snag powerups. Runoff is great for gravity gunning, jumping, sniping, and swimming.


The DualCannon packs two powerful blasts dealt in quick succession. More damage per plasma node than its Plasma Cannon cousin, but it takes longer to reload.

map reskin: FROSTBITE

As if holidays with the family wasn’t enough bedlam, we’ve decked out Bedlam in an icy surprise.


Eliminate is not a scam TouchArcade: Everything You Need to Know About Eliminate

User Review on iTunes
"It feels wrong that this game is free... I feel like I stole something."

Pocket Full of Apps Review

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Official Trailer:

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Press Previews
Pocket Gamer Preview
IGN Preview
Touch Arcade Hands-On

"Yeah, I definitely was expecting it to be awesome... I just wasn't prepared for how awesome it actually was." --
Eli Hodapp, Touch Arcade

Producer Chris Plummer talks Eliminate.

Eliminate Community Day

***kmacleod's impressions***

Shooting and aiming are the two most important parts of any FPS, and I'm happy to say that Eliminate handles them flawlessly. All control modes feel natural, and the whole thing is very easy to pick up and play.

"After playing the game for about an hour, I'm absolutely convinced that the game is going to be one of the flagship games for the iPhone, in terms of success and in terms of quality, and I'll be buying it the second it goes on sale."

Part 1
Part 2

Live Roundtable with the ngmofos -- GamerTagRadio

Gamer Tag Radio Episode #211 -- Eliminate

Thunderbolt Games

"After sitting down and playing Eliminate, I can say without hesitation that these are the best FPS controls seen on this platform yet."

"Perhaps the most impressive thing, beyond the fluid controls, was the graphics engine. There’s nothing like this running on the iPhone/iTouch right now."

Thunderbolt Games

Sarcastic Gamer

"I was astonished by how natural the controls felt. It was my first experience with an iPhone/iPod touch game, but I managed to acclimate without much difficulty."

"The small maps facilitate close-quarters combat, ensuring constant engagement and tense shootouts. Environmental hazards add to the action, forcing players to mind their surroundings, while also fending off enemies. One moment you’re chasing an adversary; the next you’re a red smudge, courtesy of a horizontal wall press."

Sarcastic Gamer

Gearheads of War

"The game overall is something that is fun and very addicting to play with your friends or against the world."

"After playing for about a half hour I was starting to do very well with getting some double kills and using the power ups to my advantage. I was quickly creating enemies and going around trying to hunt down some of the other players that were kicking my butt."

Gearheads of War


"ELIMINATE offers an amazing online FPS mobile experience. Simple controls and interfaces allow you to pick up your device and start playing anywhere, while giving you a satisfactory gaming experience...for a game running on an iPhone or iPod touch over 3G or Wi-Fi, it’s pretty darn solid. "


Gaming Nexus

"This ambitious new title is an FPS entitled Eliminate, and after getting some serious hands on time with the game I can say that as soon as the game releases I will finally have something other than tower defense games on my iPod Touch. A lot of things can be done with a touch screen, but one genre I could never imagine being well implemented on that type of interface was the first person shooter. Until now. "

"The weapons are one of Eliminate’s strongest features, because they look and feel great to use. There’s a large variety in the weapon selection as well, varying between laser guns, assault rifles, and rocket launchers to the more imaginative plasma cannons and gravity hooks."

Gaming Nexus

KillTest Trailer

Eliminate Intro Vid

Weapons Trailer

Armor Trailer

Eliminated Teaser Vid

Upgrades trailer

Eliminate on the ngmoshow
part 1--upgrades and matchmaking
part 2--energy
part 3--Walkthrough of the upgrades system
practice mode

Eliminate Fan Kit

11-03-2009, 09:19 AM
I guess the crazy people spending $30 bucks on boxes of energy make up for the people not spending a dime... Its like their picking up the bill, lol let them, its called natural selection. Upgrading is just a gimmick; you still play for free!

Anyone what the hell does TS do? Increase damage? I just got the sniper, but the guy dies so fast its pissing me off.

Last edited by hia-leah; 11-03-2009 at 09:22 AM.
11-03-2009, 09:19 AM
Originally Posted by aleceiffel View Post
are a lot of people using aim assist? I turned it off before I started my first game and assume most people did the same...
It's not really aim assist, it shoots automatically for you.

11-03-2009, 09:20 AM
Originally Posted by Shumby View Post
I'm not spending a dime on Eliminate. I'm having a freaking blastyblast.

And Ngmoco is brilliant... people can't help but spend money on this stuff. You're just jealous you didn't think of it first.
Yea I'm jealous that my company didn't think of a way to nickel and dime customers with a generic FPS and Dog game.

Oh wait I don't have a game company and I just play games..
11-03-2009, 09:21 AM
Joined: Jun 2009
Location: Washington State
Posts: 1,189
Excuse my ignorance, but i just got the game yesterday and still figuring a few things out. How do the power cells work? Do they recharge or do you have to buy more or what? What do they do other than allow you to get more energy? What happens if you run out of power cells?
11-03-2009, 09:24 AM
Originally Posted by efp1 View Post
I just bought the 10 dollar pack (7.99 euros). I don't think I'll be spending more on this game. Who knows, maybe in a week or so I'll change my mind

I finally got my award for being in the top 10! I'll never make 1st place though, so I won't aim for that.
Gotta get that award myself - it isn't going to be easy to make it to the top 10!

Originally Posted by kdaddy View Post
Wow you did? btw, it was fun playing with you the other day, you are great buddy invite me for actions when you feel like.. I am gonna do some New year story write up for my sister's journal, maybe i should include Eliminate story to make it more popular
Thanks, its always fun playing with you, you're really tough!

Originally Posted by Fleabag323 View Post
How is that a good thing? Spending 30 dollars for "not too long"? I would say that spending $30 on games by gameloft like Gangstar ($6.99), Asphalt 5 ($6.99), MC:S ($4.99), Blades of Fury ($4.99), and Shrek Kart ($4.99), for one dollar less than the energy pack is a better deal. Which do you want? Tons of high quality games in different genres with tons of play time, or a few hours of energized Eliminate where you earn a few thousand credits?

I would choose the games. But that's just me. I'm a complete cheapo. I'm fine with the free content of Eliminate. Asphalt 5 and TouchPets pass the time in between charges. (And having a life where I'm not *always* sitting at the computer )

Anyways, which should I get once I have enough credits? Antimatter gun (500 credits) or Rocket Launcher (450)?
Well it's good because I'll get way more than 30 dollars of amusement out of being able to level up for the amount of time that 30 dollars of power cells buys.

Different people assign different value to their leisure time activities. I'm in a good enough position in life that I can afford to spend 30 dollars on a game that I like. I've spent more than before that on games that are not nearly as great as Eliminate without even blinking an eye. For whatever reason, the iPhone has become a platform that people are unwilling to pay prices that would be considered perfectly reasonable on any other system, and as a result, many (in fact most) games lack the type of polish, quality, and feature sets that you find on consoles where developers can spend enough money on development to deliver a superior product.

Ngmoco has managed to create one of the best and most polished games on the iPhone, and they're giving it away completely for free to those who are unwilling or unable to pay for the optional energy packs. I am willing and able to pay for them, and I believe that hard work and a quality product deserves compensation, so I will pay

As for the weapons, I'm not really a fan of either of them. Give me the classic assault rifle any day

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11-03-2009, 09:27 AM
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: South Florida
Posts: 1,367
I dont get the people flipping out about prices. Honestly, buy the $10 pack, and you will never have to put more money into this game. Non-energized matches are JUST as fun as energized matches, its all in your mind. Use the power cells to upgrade, nothing else. I probably play 3-5 energized matches a day, but tons more that are not energized.

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11-03-2009, 09:28 AM
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: The Netherlands
Posts: 275
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Hehe, pwned. Yeah, I know you guys pwn me back, but I'm the lowby with lower skill
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11-03-2009, 09:30 AM
Joined: May 2009
Location: Atlanta
Posts: 71
Originally Posted by Fleabag323 View Post
...(And having a life where I'm not *always* sitting at the computer )

Anyways, which should I get once I have enough credits? Antimatter gun (500 credits) or Rocket Launcher (450)?
The Anti-Matter Jet is a waste of credits, some people seem to like the Rocket Launcher for cheap kills but its downfall is most of the time you'll be reloading.

It annoys me how some people like to generalize others if they spend some extra $$ on a given feature of a game with comments like "have no life......sit at PC all day....weigh 500lbs......have bacne...etc..."

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11-03-2009, 09:30 AM
Originally Posted by iMick View Post
Hehe, pwned. Yeah, I know you guys pwn me back, but I'm the lowby with lower skill
Ahh, so it was you I was playing with this morning! You're good, you have a right to gloat

Still, that was only one match of many as I recall...

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11-03-2009, 09:31 AM
Joined: Nov 2008
Location: Australia
Posts: 851
I had auto-shoot on in the Canadian version, but when I re-downloaded it, it was turned off and I left it like that. I like having to shoot myself.

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