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**FLASH 10 KIDS. Upgrade that Flash Player!**

Take to the sky in an epic battle on the Northern Lights. Update your turrets and arm yourself with 20 different weapons and abilities. Might seem easy as first, but learn the tactics and get on-board to sweep 20 levels. And if you fancy some more action check out Infinite Mode for nonstop action.

Collect bonuses, earn cash, level up, win the war on the Northern Lights.

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Produced by Armor Games Inc
Programmed by Joey Betz and jmtb02 (John)

Mouse to Aim, Shoot, and Select
Keyboard Shortcuts as follows:
Space to fire
1,2,3,4,5 to switch weapons
Q,W,E to choose specific bunkers
Arrow keys to aim/switch bunkers
M to mute
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Reviews


DarthMauler64DarthMauler64

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Enjoyable

This game is extremely fun. I am currently on level 65, though I play to keep playing this a few levels each day.

Graphics: They were simple, but distinct enough that you could tell what was what and what was going on. 10/10

Sound: The music fit perfectly without being annoying. The sound effects were good as well. 10/10

Gameplay: It was a little bit difficult at first switching between the bunkers, but I eventually got the hang of it. (Though I kind of cheated since I just made each bunker have the same weapons, and would cycle to next bunker when one was recharging.)

The reshaping effects were kind of annoying, but I got used to them, though I never used them myself.

One slight problem is that it becomes a bit to easy in the higher levels. Only the number of enemies increases, and I can usually get through a level without losing a bunker and sometimes without even getting scratched. The only times I usually lose in the higher levels is because I forget about the clock. 9/10

Glitches: I found one problem in the game. During combat, if you hit the backspace key it forfeits the match. However, if you retry the mission there are no bunkers on the map and weapons won't have any reload time. After this if you forfeit normally and then retry the mission it will automatically fire some of the weapons as soon as the battle starts(for me it was only the pellet gun. It didn't seem to work with air strikes or nukes D: ).

Overall, a fun and awesome game 10/10.


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DJ-FanzieDJ-Fanzie

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome and Fun

This is a game you can spend some hours on :D
Well i spended some hours but i could not get any longer than level 12 D:

Thanks for using my loop as the main theme :)

5/5 --- 10/10

-Cr3ati0n-



digololodigololo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Deja-vu

I already seen a game REALLY similar, called tank wars or something ...
but anyways, this one was way better with the graphics and stuff
also ... an option to load infinite mode would be nice though :]



TheFalzarBeastTheFalzarBeast

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty fun

I enjoyed playing it, but the controls were kinda complicated and switching between bunkers was hard. Still, the stunning graphics made up for it (partially).



SlashMcDohlSlashMcDohl

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant game, really.

I have been playing this for hours. It's like Tank Wars, but real-time and dynamic and missing all that obnoxious angle-finding guesswork. The AI wasn't great, but it made up for it with random placement and way more bunkers. Full Screen mode is a great addition that way more flash games should have. Bouncing, pliable terrain opposed to solid, destructible terrain was a great touch to renovate what is actually a pretty old concept. At first it seemed like there were lots of weapons, but only a few were really useful and though in the first couple levels they were inaccessible due to funds, close to the end of conventional campaign mode it was pretty easy to get what worked and use it.

After campaign mode was lots of fun too, though I felt like I had way too much money for no reason and would've liked to continue upgrading my stuff(while of course the enemy would do the same). So probably my only complaint is that though the levels were very versatile, I'd have enjoyed some more interesting challenges, like restricting weapon use or forcing placement of my bunkers.

I barely looked at the story, though, and the bits I did catch were nonsense about Vikings and Athena and the sorrow of war and whatever; luckily enough they had nothing to do with gameplay at all. so, whatev! and that is the end of my too-many-words.


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