Frantic and slick Well done devs. Plays well on big screen tele with moga. Wish there were more games of this quality. Devs respond to clients. If you like using mobiles like consoles also check out sine mora. These two games are examples of what we should be finding on pivot
pretty great shmup love it on steam enough to get it on android as well. trying to get used to touch controls, but great albeit short space shmup with perfect music, graphics and sound. two problems: ship sometimes gets stuck bouncing off an invisible wall in the middle of the area, and uploading to leaderboards hangs.
A great game on larger devices A great same if you like the classic side scrolling arcade space shooter. Slick graphics and good sound design. I played this game both on a mobile and a tablet and both times I enjoyed it, but I would have to say for the best experience play on a larger devices, e.g. a tablet!
Rubbish name but that's its only downfall Oh my f@#£ing god what an experience,bloody brillant,kudos to devs .and to top all of that, cheap!
Brought a tear... This game is an excellent homage to gaming past. It mostly resembles Defender but there's hints of other games in there. And the music, oh my god. When I hit the second level and heard the C-64 style sampled drums, it tugged my heart strings. The devs knew what they were doing when they made this for sure. I've had the PC Version for a while, only just discovered this android incarnation... Was worthy of a second purchase. If it was to appear on PS4, I'd buy it on there too! Give us more games!!
Great game perfect if mobile control was a bit more responsive. Controls are a bit laggy from time to time, but overall a great game.
- Fixed: ships were all black on some android devices
- Added MOGA support ! (www.MOGAanywhere.com)
- Added new game option: GAME MODE (normal/turbo)
If you enable TURBO mode, the game will play at the same speed of the PC/Mac version. Only for pro gamers and/or gamers with MOGA controllers :) 25% more speed, 100% more fun!
- Fixed a bug in the last level that could cause a crash
- Better memory management and a new crash reporter
The follow up to the award-winning, best-selling Worms 2: Armageddon is here!