Review from Jefferson Silva De Araujo
Muito massa, não é difícil, os personagens são ótimos e divertidos, parabéns aos criadores.
The game is great. Real old-school shmup. Graphics are ok, sometimes though so much is happening on screen that you can't see enemy bullets. Game needs control sensitivity options (like most of the other shmups). Overall - fun all the way!
Excellent game. But takes a million years to get anywhere without buying additional crap. Grinding, and then some. And can only play a while at a time, have to wait while something green goes back up... A bit confusing with million different modes and upgrades.
Great game. Keeps me coming back. A lot of depth for a top-down shooter. I also love that it isn't pay to win, and there aren't any forced ads. One of the very few phone games I actually enjoy playing, rather than just using them to kill time.
I'm VIP 2, currently on Stage 100, like this game but I have a suggestion. Please add Aircraft choosing option when prompted to join others online, 30 secs to prepare but got nothing to do except buying Powerups? That's too much time on hand and wasted. Some plane works well on normal stages while some works especially good against bosses, minus one star because the lack of this option. I'll consider giving you 5* if my plead is granted.
(Tips for newcomers at the end) Classic style shmup, much less bullet-hll than most others out there. Been playing for over 6 months now. Not too many menus which I hate in a game, and the fun is quick to find and indulge in, solo or with a partner chosen from a friends list or a random volunteer in the world. It has microtransaction mechanics, but there's numerous ways to earn the special currency (gems) through normal playing. Earning base currency (gold) is hilariously generous, too. TIPS FOR NEWCOMERS; you'll be tempted to unlock every plane as soon as available, and get them all to the highest level right away. Don't. Stick with the same plane from early on (my fave was Laserbite), use gold to level it, and only use gems to upgrade for next rank milestones. You can test drive all the planes you unlocked to buy through story mode; the last one gets unlocked by stage 130 (sounds like a lot, but if you're the dedicated type, it'll take a month at most). And for Verdia's sake, don't use gems for respawn. Easy or medium, you can use a second plane to continue. For hard, just quit and try again with a different world partner, you'll usually make it within 3 or 4 tries. Gems are for the test-driven plane you liked most, and opening the next rank milestones for planes and BroBots. For BroBots, you can unlock most through BroPoints (generously given as well) and test drive those by equipping them and redoing old levels. The harder ones to unlock, you can observe world partners using most of them and decide if what you see seems useful to your style. Good luck and happy hunting!
Great game. I'd give it 5 stars, but after the update it erased my premium for 30 days midway. Very frustrating.
Bug fixes and other improvements