Mow down waves of alien scum in this pixel style survival mode shooter. You are mercenary gun for hire, Rock Guner, sent on a mission by Infini Corp to take down the alien hordes on a spaceship. As wave after wave of progressively harder enemies ascend on you, will you be able to react fast enough, have the right fire power and the sheer grit and determination it will take to survive?
LOADUP YOUR ARSENAL - Upgrade and customize your loadout with the money you earn, as you learn from your mistakes. Work out how to take down the hordes taking advantage of FRENZY mode to deal the most damage with helpful bonuses!
UNRELENTING ONSLAUGHT - Combat an endless stream of diverse alien enemies with cunning attack mechanics and face grim odds against terrifying boss creatures in the ultimate level showdown!
ONLINE LEADERBOARDS – Show off your shooter prowess and boast with friends as you climb to the top of the ladder and become the best of the best!
DEATH BY METAL – Unlock and collect new mixtapes as you progress.
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Enjoyable. But I have no idea what I’m doing.
Really like this game. DLed it almost on sight (after reading reviews on other platforms), and it is pretty instantly lovable. Madcap, hectic, blistering action. With swift access to a range of weapons / weaponry, 4 types of which can be deployed in any round.
Thing is, it’s sort of a two-channel feed you’re aiming at (ceiling / floor), but the action regularly gets so deranged that I have less than no idea if I’m doing anything productive.
Dying doesn’t matter - at all. Just fire up the next round, start up from the same wave. All progress (nearly all) saved. I just kinda feel as if I’m making more progress due to random death triggered power ups, than thanks to anything I’m actually doing.
Long story short - great little frantic game. Lovely. Engaging. But a big bewildering / random / hectic / semi-controlled.
Aliens Turret simulator
It’s basically that scene from
The film Aliens where they setup an automated turret in the corridor simulator but it does it pretty well. The game has great pixel art, great retro 80’s synth soundtrack and traditional old school style bosses to beat. The game is tough and your fingers will hurt after a while and I d think perhaps an update could
Include alternative control options. Or at least adjust the up and down controls so they’re a bit smoother.
Libby isn’t dieting
I’ve shot him a lot and haven’t died
- Versus Evil, LLC.
- 546.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humour
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © 2017 Tuatara Games
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