“An amazingly animated iOS game.” – Time Magazine
“Really can't get enough of Space Marshals.” – Touch Arcade
”Space Marshals just screams “PLAY ME!” – 148 Apps
ABOUT THE GAME
Space Marshals is a Sci-fi Wild West adventure taking place in outer space! This tactical top-down shooter puts you in the shoes of specialist Burton in his hunt for dangerous fugitives after a disastrous prison break.
Use the environment to your advantage. Avoid attacks by taking cover. Flank enemies for extra efficiency, but avoid getting flanked yourself! Use the tools of the trade to gain an edge - frag grenades, flash bangs, distractions, personal shields, proximity mines and more.
Choose your approach with care. Some say running into the fray guns blazing isn’t always the best option. Use distractions to single out opponents. Use disguises and covers to sneak past irrelevant guards. Use silenced weapons to covertly reduce the enemy numbers.
LOAD-OUTS & GEAR
Choosing your load-out is a big part of your tactics. In addition to body armor and grenades you can carry one two-handed and one single-handed weapon in each mission - and there’s something for everyone. Shotguns, handguns, assault rifles, sniper rifles, crossbows, energy weapons, throwing axes and more.
### IMPORTANT ### Please note that iPhone 4 is not supported.
• Tactical top-down shooter
• Episodic storyline in three chapters - ALL chapters out now!
• Gorgeous stylistic HD graphics rendered in Retina resolution (full Retina not supported on iPad 3)
• Optimized for iOS 8 and Metal graphics!
• Wide range of weapons and gear
• Performance based mission rewards
• Multiple factions to fight with or against – or pitch against each other
• Dual stick controls with a set of different options
• MFi controller support (requires extended layout)
• iCloud save game support
• GameCenter achievements
• English, Deutsch, Français, Español, Italiano, 简体中文, 한국어, 日本語, русский, Português do Brasil
* MFI-Controller bugfix.
* Minor fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
After a jailbreak at an intergalactic prison, dangerous criminals are on the loose—and that’s great news for action fans. Pixelbite’s top-down tactical shooter flings your grizzled lawman and his crew into tense scenarios best tackled with a mix of stealthy flanking and brazen running-and-gunning. The controls are smooth, the graphics are gorgeous, weapon upgrades keep coming, and a fun story effortlessly propels you from one mission to the next.
What on earth are these negative reviews raving about?
It almost makes my blood boil seeing this game get rated three or two stars, or even one, for the most trivial and unrealistic complaints I’ve ever seen. I’ve beat this game front to back multiple times, as well as the second game, since the replayability allows you to get better in every run. People whine about the games difficulty, or how it puts you in “impossible” situations where you have to shoot your way out. It’s the most ridiculous argument I’ve seen, and they brush away the game simply because it’s too “hard” for them to get through. I’ve gone through the whole game wearing the armor with the least protection, and it’s not like I’ve spent thousands of hours playing it. The game has the best shooting mechanics I’ve seen implemented on a mobile game, and it suits the touchscreen controls extremely well. I’ve played many games, and in this day and age where the market of mobile games is rapidly going downhill, Space Marshals stands to be one of the best mobile gaming experiences you can have.
This game starts off so promising. The shooting mechanic takes some practice, but it quickly becomes fun sneaking around picking off bad guys. And that's how this game works best: sneaking around. It is not a run and gun, but as the levels progress, the developers insist on throwing you into scenarios that require quick movement and quick shooting. It's a terrible decision that absolutely ruins the game. To top it off, the game rewards perfect runs with the best weapons and armor, which you will need eventually because the opponents get so difficult to kill. But good luck with those perfect runs. You're easily killed and have pitiful weapons against stronger opponents. Some later levels would return to the game's strength of sneaking around finding ways to kill enemies one or two at a time only to ruin everything by putting you in some impossible situation where you're forced to battle a bunch of opponents with hardly any ammo and moving around like a slow idiot. And I mean slow literally. You move very slowly, and better armor slows you down even more. What a waste of a promising game.
- 425.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2014 Pixelbite AB
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