Velocity®Ultra is an award-winning top down shooter that puts you in control of the galaxy’s only Quarp Jet, an advanced spacecraft with the ability to teleport at will. Tasked with rescuing survivors from a collapsed black hole, you’ll need to use both firepower and quick-wits to catapult the Quarp Jet through 50 levels of sci-fi action.
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Release Date: Dec 12, 2013

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“Ikaruga meets Portal”
Keza MacDonald, IGN

“This is a remarkable shmup and should appeal even to those who don’t like games of the genre.”
Chris Priestman, Indie Statik

About This Game

Velocity®Ultra is an award-winning top down shooter that puts you in control of the galaxy’s only Quarp Jet, an advanced spacecraft with the ability to teleport at will. Tasked with rescuing survivors from a collapsed black hole, you’ll need to use both firepower and quick-wits to catapult the Quarp Jet through 50 levels of sci-fi action.

Featuring explosive visual effects, an anime-inspired art style and an exhilarating electronic soundtrack, Velocity Ultra combines the speed, ferocity and challenge of classical arcade shooters while introducing a whole new layer of complexity to the genre with unique puzzle mechanics.

Key Features

  • Fly the most advanced spacecraft in the galaxy through 50 challenging levels.
  • Solve devious puzzles and outsmart enemies using a range of space-shifting controls.
  • Full Steamworks integration including over 30 achievements and a full collection of Steam Trading Cards.
  • Online leaderboards and a pitch-perfect ranking system for every level.
  • Fully configurable keyboard controls and full gamepad support.
  • Bonus missions and a range of hidden mini-games to discover as you play.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NDIVIA GeForce series 512MB, AMD(ATI) Radeon series 512MB
    • Storage: 650 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
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Very Positive (135 reviews)
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( 1.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
3 minutes to get to level 4 (Goddard's Run). Then 60 minutes failing that one.
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( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 26
vita port
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The Guardian ♛
( 5.6 hrs on record )
Posted: March 19
This is really , really cool ;)
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( 6.1 hrs on record )
Posted: February 20
Cool shooter but with more puzzles and quickly find a way than shooting alone, much more involved than only shooting hordes of enemies and this make it more interesting. Interesting concept and good execution. I can recommend this game to anyone :)
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The Time Paradox Lizard
( 4.8 hrs on record )
Posted: February 13
Velocity Ultra is actually a HD version of Velocity which is a shoot 'em up/puzzle game. The story is about a blackhole coming to destroy a bunch of colonies and space stations and you as Lietenant Kai Tana (only realised the name halfway through the game...) are tasked with rescuing as many engineers, scientists and colonists along with taking out some alien invaders taking advantage of the situation. The story reminds me of Sanctum 2 as in it's there but almost pointless and acts as a base setup but here it looks like they really tried expanding this game's universe and it's somewhat interesting so A for effort!

You take pilot of the Quarp Jet which let's you teleport to hard to reach places. This shooter has some puzzles as well, mainly deactivating powerstations. It's interesting and works for the most part. You have your normal things like shooting aliens, upgrades and such. I like the cutscene images, they're very nice and detailed and the levels themselves are alright too. Music is okay, it sets the mood but you won't be tapping your toes to anything. The game contains a story mode with 50 missions, leaderboards and a flight computer which has various things to offer such as concept art unlocks, minigames, a calculator and... minesweeper? What?

Still this game is very good, it won't rock your boat but that's fine. It's a nice little shooter game to have fun with occasionally. It has a couple of cool tricks too and uses them well enough. I'm not sure if the sequal is any good but now I gotta give it a try someday. This game gets a 7.5/10
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( 5.5 hrs on record )
Posted: January 12
This is really, really good!
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( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: January 8
It's a good game!
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( 8.3 hrs on record )
Posted: December 31, 2015
The controls takes getting use to at first but once you get the hang of it, it becomes really addicting
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( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: December 28, 2015
What a game dude, if you're tired of 60 fps and typical games shooters or multiplayer this game its for you, A M A Z I N G
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( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: December 23, 2015
Solid small shooter with a neat teleport mechanic. Well worth a few bucks
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( 2.2 hrs on record )
Posted: December 17, 2015
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Obey the Fist!
( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: November 6, 2015
While I generally don't like indy games, this one has an excellent soundtrack.

The game is simple enough, a retro styled "River Raid" style shooter/scroller. The soundtrack is a nice example of contemporary chiptunes.

Unfortunately I can't recommend it because while it allows you to select 4K resolution, the game only displays 1/4 of the screen zoomed to fill the display... which makes the game unplayable. If you want to play the game, you will need to drop the resolution down to last decades 1080p.
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( 2.8 hrs on record )
Posted: November 1, 2015
DISCLAIMER: This is a first impressions review, and NOT a full review, if you want a full review, then please read better reviews then mine

Velocity Ultra is a fun little game to play in short bursts, although sometimes very repetitive with its objectives, it is a fun little space arcade game to play

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( 2.3 hrs on record )
Posted: September 25, 2015
Fun and addictive little game. I'll try to write a mini review below to justify why I recommend it.
First let's take a look at (in my humble opinion) the most important aspect of any game - the gameplay:

It's awesome! It's fun, it's fast, it's everything you'd expect it to be. It's easy to learn, hard to master and very, very satisfying. Once you understand how the mechanics work, you'll complete the missions relatively easy. But the enjoyment comes after that, when you try to get the best rating, achieve the highest score and collect all the collectibles. There are total of 50 missions or 'zones' for you to complete, so you won't be able to beat the game in one sit. Combined with the replay value of the missions, I'd say the game is pretty lenghty. A thing to note here - this in not your typical shoot'em up game! Sure, the SHMUP elements are present, but it plays more like a puzzle game. Another thing that should be mentioned - I found the default mouse/keyboard controls kind of strange. Forunately you can customize them for your liking. However, in my opinion the best way to play is with a gamepad - I'm using a XBOX360 controller and it's definitely better than the M/KB controls.

Next - the graphics:
The graphics are 2D, with enough eye-candy to keep you entertained. The visuals are shiny and colorful, but don't expect something revolutionary you haven't seen before - it's the typical space setting we all know and love. The graphic settings are limited to changing your resolution and Anti-Aliasing, but seriously, who needs more in that kind of game? The game has a very small impact on your system's resources, so even if your computer is older, you won't have any problems running and playing it.

A few words about the music:
The soundtrack is absolutely gorgeous. It consists of several electronic/techno tracks that fit with the gameplay perfectly. Even if you're not a techno music fan (like myself) you'll like it. Each mission has it's own theme that pumps you up and makes want to play more and more.

The story:
Before each mission, there's a short comic that explains what you're doing in the current mission. And that's pretty much it. I ended up skipping these after the first two missions, simply because I didn't really care. Sure, they could have made up a more complex story, but honestly, if you're playing the game entirely for the story, you're doing it wrong.

And that pretty much sums it up. If you're not sure whether to buy it or not, I'd say go for it! You'll have fun and it will last you more than what you paid for it.

TL;DR version:
Fun little game with nice visuals and good soundtrack, that will keep you entertained for a long time. Buy it!
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( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: September 20, 2015
I would reccomend this game... as soon as they add the ability to customize controls
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A Happy Duck
( 1.5 hrs on record )
Posted: August 30, 2015
Love it!...On the PS Vita. Its great with a controller but trying to play it with a keyboard is just... bad. If you have a controller buy it a must have, if not dont buy this
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( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: August 25, 2015
Nice shootem up teleporter game. The teleport function gives a extra cool twist to this indie game.
Dinging the music!
Good quality textures and everything is high res.

(contains no microtransactions ;) )

Only down side is that tutorials only use the xbox controller key images, please show the keyboard buttons too! a little bit confusing
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Vino [Olive Garden]
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: August 15, 2015
Pretty average top-down 2D shooter. Doesn't play very well with a controller - the teleport mechanic is clearly designed for a mouse user. Otherwise generic.
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( 3.8 hrs on record )
Posted: August 9, 2015
Well the game is ok.
but not addicting at all.
its even sometims boring.
but i see how i sometimes playing this game.
you should get the game when is on sale. A BIG SALE
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 19
This is really , really cool ;)
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83 of 102 people (81%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 12, 2013
Before modern day "shooters" existed, the term "shooter" referred to games in which the singular player (or occastionally multiple players) destroys hordes of enemies whilst dodging attacks. The player usually takes control of an aircraft (or spacecraft) to do this, and today, we define this sub-genre as the "Schmup" (shoot-em-up). These games were such a staple of gaming's earlier developments that you can see thier DNA now infused with many modern games. The problem is that the more pure form of vertical and horizontal scrolling shooters doesn't seem to surface very often anymore. The more recent release of Radiant Silvergun in the x-box live marketplace makes up for some of this, but the modern shoot-em up world is still barren!

Enter Velocity Ultra-- possibly the most clever evolution of the classic shooter genre, since Ikaruga. This game takes the conventional shoot-em-up, adds an excellent teleportation system, throws you into it's more than fifty mini-playgrounds,
and challenges you to adapt to them while meeting certain requirements. Those that find an affinity with this game, as I have, won't be able to stop until they've gotten a gold medal in every stage.

The graphics are more than adequate, and have a consistent style to them that doesn't confuse the eyes or get in the way of the gameplay mechanic. The comic-like art in between missions is fun to look at, and serves as a throwback to the "barely-there" style of storytelling that most shoot-em-ups adhere to. Why tease the player with too much story when all that'll be needed is very twitchy hands? The comic-frames more than suffice. Music is above average techno (I understand that electronic music consists of multiple sub-generes, but "techno" seems to fit the profile here), and carries the game's pace nicely. Controls are fluid and responsive, with only the occasional failed teleportation to make the player question his or her controller. And even then, practice makes perfect is the bread & butter of this game, and evidences it's tight gameplay. I'm curious as to how the controls feel in the Vita original, and I'm even more curious to see how curve studios might integrate the teleportation controls in to IOS, or other mobile devices.

Buy this game. It's an evolution of one of the most classic genres of video gaming, and it does what it does very well. The price is certainly right, and we need to encourage more development of games in this genre! Oh, and did I mention the game has a built in calculator, as well as the game Mine-sweeper? Does this enhance the experience? No! Is it awesome? Yes!

9.1 / 10
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24 of 26 people (92%) found this review helpful
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 17, 2014
I am a big fan of games with Cartoon Style art in them, and this Game is absolutely amazing in that aspect. But not only does it have great graphics, the music is also amazing, and the game-play is well thought trough. Boosting and teleporting around the world work well and the loot you find helps you out quite a bit.

Would recommend this Game just for the Graphics and the Music alone.
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19 of 19 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 10, 2014
Velocity Ultra is a different spaceship game. The focus here isn't to fight enemies, but solving puzzles and rescue survivors while you run against the clock. You have the ability to teleport, and this adds a nice and refreshing new mechanic to the genre. The controls take some time to get used, and it's a bit hard to master at the start, but with some practice you'll do well. It's important to say that this is not a bullet hell title. If you are looking for a completely new experience, you might give this game a try.
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23 of 33 people (70%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 17, 2013
Full video review:

Shmups has been a genre of little innovation over the years; we see the same renditions every year with slightly more enemies, new tilesets and new gun types. The folks over at Futurlab have tried to innovate on this style of game with much success. It stays true to the roots of a Shmup while experimenting with things such as acceleration and teleportation.

Now while these innovations change how the game plays, it doesn't mean it'll suit everyone. Personally I suffer from motion sickness in some games, games such as Battlefield and Hotline Miami are prime examples, with either narrow FOV or with large amounts of moving elements. Velocity Ultra suffers from the latter, with the addition of acceleration you'll be jumping between snail crawling speeds to being able to do the Kessel Run in under 12 parsecs. This is worsened by the quite zoomed in nature of the game and how you're encouraged to use your blink ability ASAP which causes you to move to the top of the screen, only seconds later being forced to draw back, these jumps up and down across the screen are the main offenders to motion sickness. Narrow game sections are a similar affair, with sometimes 70%+ of the screen being covered in repeating tilesets.

Now if you're not a panzy like myself and can actually play more than 5 minutes without having to take a break you'll love this game, and I can say that to people who may not even be Shmup fans. It innovates enough that it can appeal to a large audience while still being a Shmup at its core with hundreds of enemies, online leaderboards and multiple weapon types. It features a great soundtrack and the cutscene art is a favourite of mine, the style it's done in is breathtaking using a small palette of green, blue and red with thick outlines is a sight for sore eyes.

The game controls well and supports keyboard + gamepad, runs at 60FPS which is always nice to see. Options while somewhat limited should not be an issue as this game seems to run well on nearly every setup. Only major complaint would be the lack of audio sliders and maybe an ability to zoom out further (though that could make certain teleportation segments slightly easier).

Check this game out it's worth the money, has lots of cool interesting things which I haven't seen in a Shmup. It's just a shame that this will be a game I won't be able to fully enjoy because of the constant acceleration and teleportation.
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14 of 18 people (78%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2013
Velocity Ultra is a cool shoot 'em up, where you can complete most of the levels at your own pace. You can scroll through the levels at a faster pace with the press of a button. Your ship can also teleport and hit walls without taking damage. It's an impressive spaceship, really. There are many levels, about 50 or so, and completing a level will earn you xp; xp that can be used to progress through these many levels as some of more difficult ones will still be locked at the beginning. And it's not just about navigating levels, you also have to shoot enemies (with upgradeable weapons later on) and collect escape pods. Collecting and shooting these will help you earn a bronze, silver or gold medal and these are tied to your xp. I should've mentioned that a tiny bit earlier maybe, but what the hell. Anyhoo, to make a long story short, or a short story shorter; it's an amusing game with, for me personally, not enough content to keep me coming back for more. Then again, it's a shoot 'em up and I've rarely seen one with tons of content. Still, entertaining. Certainly not bad.

[Rating: 73/100]
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 17, 2015
Gameplay: Velocity Ultra is a Shoot 'em Up game that doesn't focus on killing waves and waves of enemies or dodging thousands of bullets: it values more the player's ability to play fast and efficiently. Teleporting gives you a nice method of advanced movement, and in many stages a mechanic for puzzle-solving. The controls are easy to understand, but take a while to master.

Replayability: Even after beating the game, you will probably revisit levels to achieve the level-specific milestones for time spent, survivors rescued and score (possibly all in the same run, to get a "Perfect" stamp). Getting all that usually takes about 15h to 20h.

Presentation: Unfortunately the game falls short in this category. The visuals are simple but at least for me get the job done, and the music isn't exactly bad, but gets annoying over time. I mute the in-game music and set my own playlist.

Conclusion: It's a very underrated gem, and deserves your time for bringing fresh ideas to the genre, while providing precise and rewarding gameplay.
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12 of 17 people (71%) found this review helpful
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 14, 2013
I highly recommend this game for Shmup and puzzle fans.
I'm only halfway through the game, but it has some good musics and addictive gameplay. You need to clear every levels and save the survivors, but for that, you'll have to use teleporters, dive ability, booster and or course : shooting.

The game is in 2D but that's fine, it's beautiful, and smooth. The difficulty increases for every zone you'll unlock.

This is like a race game mixed with Ikaruga and Portal. There is leaderboard and high replayability to gain every possible gold medals. (and "Perfect").

Also, you have a minesweeper mini-game into one menu. Enjoy !
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
14.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 28, 2014
A puzzle-flavored shoot-em-up game. Simple but polished and intense. The trailer gives a good sense for what you're getting, so all I really need to add is: Yes, it's as fun as it looks. The levels are short and sweet and sweet. Different stages alternate their focus between puzzles, speedy navigating, and shooting/dodging, so there's a nice feeling of variety. The shooting is pretty forgiving (your ship can take multiple hits) so extreme shmup skills aren't required. The real challenge comes in going for speed.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 7, 2014
The gift that just keeps on giving. Every time you think you've seen the last this game has to show you, out comes another ability from the bottomless box of tricks. After a fumbly start, you soon find yourself zipping and teleporting around the brilliantly designed levels like Nightcrawler or suhin'.
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9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 30, 2014
Velocity Ultra is amazing, it feels like an HD remake of an imaginative Amiga game, down to its soundtrack. Game got it all: puzzles, racing, shoot 'em up, super twitchy and incredible responsive controls.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
17.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 8, 2014
Velocity®Ultra is a new(at least for me) twist on the slowly fading Shmup genre. The concept is simple: save all survivors, take out threats, and complete each stage as fast as possible. The twist to this game is that you have to teleport from area to area in order to complete these tasks. Where many shmup's difficulty stems from bullet hell, Velocity®Ultra's challenge comes from fast pace manuvering. The game's fluid and tight mechanics are its stong point. However, this is what will make or break you during your play. In other words, it's a perfectionist type of game. Learning how to navigate/teleport as quickly as possible while rescuing all survivors as quickly as possible is a rewarding challenge. Visually, its easy on the eyes. It boasts a cartoonish art style which is a nice touch, offering a different atmosphere than most shmups. However, It can be somewhat repetetive. Each of it's 40+ stages is just a slight variation over the others. Then again, for the under 5 bucks I payed for it, I can't complain. I think there's a lot of potential this title and I look forward to any future installments.
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14 of 24 people (58%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 12, 2013
Have you ever gone into an arcade and played one of those scroller games with the space ship shoting millions of enemies while dodging through a maze of seemingly endless porportions? Or even better yet, remember back in the day on SNES "Raiden Trad" or the "R-Type Final" series?

Well if you answered yes for anything mentioned above, then you will probably like this game.

Graphically looks like it was made in flash, so theres a very 2D feel too the game; which is actually very nice for a change :D
I thoroughly enjoyed and am still enjoying playing this game, and reccememend picking it up!
for $10, its a good steal.

Originally i DID NOT like the teleport feature, having too teleport through walls, but it really adds another level or depth too the game itself making you think almost a second ahead.. And how they reinitialize from your starting point from telelport and don't allow where the mouse is pointing is a more realistic teleport feature (you need your origin [0,0] before you can do your end [X,Y] 2 Dimensionally ofc) which did take a little too get used too, and using a mouse and keyboard isn't too challenging.

I do think that based on the fact that the ship could teleport, that it should also be able too rotate via something simple of a concept as a 0 - through - 360 thrusters based on different power levels, but for simplicity sake only being able too shoot upwards and using bombs for your left, right and down is ok..

...Think 'twitch' sniping...

all in all...

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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 28, 2014
Fantastic game. I played 2x on the PS4, this one is just as fun. This is a must buy. Great with controller!
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 21, 2014
very fun with a good flow once you get used to the controls. Highly recommend using a gamepad for this.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 16, 2015
Nice game, unfortunatly Velocity 2, which is even better and faster, is playstation exclusive.
But this game is really good and worth its money if you like fast paced scroll shooters which need a lot of skill.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 11, 2014
It's worth a damn money!
Control's bit tricky at first, but very unique and addicting when you get used to it!
It's not bullet hell type game, but rather a Radiant Silvergun kinda of puzzle shooter.
Buy it! :D
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 30, 2015
Love it!...On the PS Vita. Its great with a controller but trying to play it with a keyboard is just... bad. If you have a controller buy it a must have, if not dont buy this
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 10, 2015
Super Cool!
Jump on it Kee-Moe-Sabee!
Hybrid Shmupuzzle game.
A perfect tool for getting used to driving future teleportation vehicles.
It is never too early to start learning.
Very cool retro arcade action man.
Got this game with a coupon.
It was 90% off. One dollar.
Velocity Ultra is worth more for sure.
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12 of 24 people (50%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 12, 2013
It isn't the prettiest game nor is it the best port but it sure is a great puzzler. Unfortunately, like all puzzle shmups (excluding a particularly awesome boss sequence in Shikigami no Shiro II), the shmupping(?) falls a bit flat. Ikaruga fares a bit better in this regard with the awesome boss battles but Ikaruga not only sucks as a shmup (enemies never aim at you, they just spray patterns, everything is pre-set and once you get the hang of it every game will be the exact same) but it sucks as a bland match-three puzzler. If you want a good shmup I would generally avoid Steam because even the ones with more praise such as Jamestown are not that good (fine, if you really want one maybe try Ether Vapor Re-master) so graduate to the Sega Saturn or at least download a good version of Shmupmame. Now, it may sound like I'm bashing the game, but in reality I'm just very long-winded; the puzzle half of this game rocks! The levels are tight and well thought out, the controls respond perfectly, and there are various techniques to master if you want to improve your time and score throughout all 50 levels. The shmup aspect does fit in such a way that it makes what are already complicated puzzles more stressful and constrained adding to the challenge. There are neat frames shown before missions giving you the gist of what is occurring in the level and the music is your standard techno affair but done better than most. My two largest complaints so far are that the leader-board scores seem broken (or I'm just the worst player ever) and the screen tears at the top quite frequently. I'm only eleven levels in and those eleven levels did not take me very long but the difficulty is starting to ramp up to a point that I'm being genuinely challenged which, for being only a fifth of the way in, is awesome and leads me to believe that there should be some decent longevity to the game, especially for its genre. I'd recommend this game to fans of puzzle games who shmup in their spare time and recommend people that do not fit this niche to watch some game-play videos and wait for more qualified reviews from anywhere that is not IGN.
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