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May 1, 2012 | 3:00 PM EDT

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An intense sci-fi themed shooter, featuring over 20 enemy types, epic boss fights, multiple stages, tons of upgrades, classic 16bit era pixel art, and rocking chip tunes!

Board your mech, and command your squad of mercenaries as the last line of defense against the perilous invaders.

Use your MOUSE to aim and fire.

Use the left and right ARROW Keys to or A/D Keys to cycle weapons. Switch directly to a weapon using the matching number key.

Use Up ARROW, W Key or R Key to manually reload. Weapons will automatically reload when the last round is fired.

The crosshair shows your weaponÃffffÃff'Ãf'Ã'¢EUT Ms shot radius and ammo.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's nice,i like.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Needs some work. The autofire should carry though when you change weapons. There were several times when I changed weapons and realized I was not firing, even though I was holding down the fire button. You're supposed to use multiple weapons so it's counterproductive if I change weapons and have to reclick to fire. There should also be more upgrades for each weapon.

Retromite responds:

Thanks for the feedback! I actually agree with you, and it was like this originally. However it also resulted in problems when using the Arrow Key switching method, resulting in accidental firing of one shot weapons and such.

In hindsight it probably would have made sense to have made cycling weapons stop the fire, while switching to a weapon directly with a number key continue firing.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

it was a good game.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I rather enjoyed it. I thought it a bit short, but overall a well put together game. A good old-timey arcade feel..kinda reminiscent of Metal Slug, if you don't mind my saying.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I just started playing, and I have to tell you I think the music is awful. It's really super grating, loud and just throwing noise in my face - you don't have to have this constant loud snare drum beat going on all the time, a little light synth would get the point across just fine.