The preview screen grabs don't do it justice - its SO much better when you're playing. The game is engaging, challenging, simple, AND complex with loads action. Absolutely love it. The only thing I'd change is to make the cartoonish commentary (generally only at the end of levels) optional - I'd love to be able to turn it off. Love this one- a lovely little top-down shooter that keeps you engaged, and can easily be played with out spending money, but the costs are low if you want to go that path. Brilliant.
I have this on my ps4 its brilliant First time on my android device. Here's an idea now bare with me on this one but why don't you use the app game as a generator which you link your accounts too. You could give us unique upgrades only used by playing it on your phone and the points could be added for special custom ships. I paid £7.99 on ps4 and I live this.
Well rounded. Great controls. Top notch graphics. The leveling up is consistent. Music is is fitting to the game but not for me so I usually turn the in game music down & put sound FX at 25% then play my own music or podcast of choice in the background. Ads aren't even bad. I spent 2 bucks on double stars solid. If your going to put in work on this game then you might want to look into that too. 🖖
(EDIT: Love the Christmas update! Everything is different, so cool! Thanks for your hard work Infinite Dreams!) Through my experience, this game is hard when you start off but as you level up and gain you skill of playing it's much more fun. Add multiplayer levels and modes (a bit like when you get a wingman)!! Add a battery saver mode. When you die tell me how or what killed me or add an action replay after you die. After playing the sky force clone, HAWK, I now appreciate how well this game does EVERYTHING! Progression, difficulty, rewards, graphics and much more.
Great game, nice challenge, doesn't bother you with free to play features too much. Loving it. Main drawback problem - it was very clearly made for large screen devices, like tablets and PCs (there's a steam version). With a finger you literary block a third of a screen and the game's design does not account for it. No controller support, as far as I can see. Or maybe it simply doesn't support DS4
The UI is cryptic. Needs tooltips. And the wait after buying an upgrade is kinda ridiculous. If it's over 2 mins I just quit the game and go do something else. Otherwise very high production.
- Improved support for new screen resolutions (18:9).
- Bugfixes and optimizations.
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