Life Meter

Some articles on life meter, life:

Dance Maniax - Gameplay - Marathon Course
... The life meter have been modified and thus, giving a more difficult gameplay ... The player starts with his life meter set to full ... Should he miss the notes or not hit the sensor in rhythm with the song, their life meter will decrease, similar to the other game modes ...
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship Of Doom - Gameplay
... As with the previous Ninja Gaiden games, Ryu's physical strength is represented by a life meter on the top of the screen it decreases when Ryu gets his enemies or other dangerous objects ... The player loses a "life" when Ryu's life meter runs out, he falls into a pit, or if the timer runs out ... At the end of each Act is a boss which has its own life meter that decreases when damaged Ryu can defeat the boss by completely depleting its life meter ...
Neutopia - Gameplay
... Jazeta's life meter, the weapons he is currently holding, and the amount of gold and bombs remaining are displayed during gameplay on the top of the screen ... shoes" which give him extra speed medicine which refills his life meter magic rings which can transform tough enemies into weaker ones hourglasses which temporarily stop enemies and wings which ... Jazeta has a life meter, which increases by one unit every time the player collects a medallion or finds a monk throughout the spheres it decreases whenever he gets hit, and ...

Famous quotes containing the words meter and/or life:

    Much poetry seems to be aware of its situation in time and of its relation to the metronome, the clock, and the calendar. ... The season or month is there to be felt; the day is there to be seized. Poems beginning “When” are much more numerous than those beginning “Where” of “If.” As the meter is running, the recurrent message tapped out by the passing of measured time is mortality.
    William Harmon (b. 1938)

    What life is best?
    Courts are but only superficial schools
    To dandle fools:
    The rural parts are turned into a den
    Of savage men:
    And where ‘s a city from all vice so free,
    But may be termed the worst of all the three?
    Francis Bacon (1561–1626)