Remember Action 52? This is just as random and complex as those games were. Any price tag bigger than "free" is an insult to any Steam user and is another example of Steam's journey to became the junkyard of ♥♥♥♥♥♥ games. This game is something I would expect as free with every copy of Windows 95 or maybe an easter egg game in some 90's action game. /rant
Now for the game.Overview
This game aspires to be a shoot 'em up space game like R-Type. You go from left to right and shoot things. R-Type being 1987's smash hit is now available on Android for less then this garbage and manage to has thousand times more features and assets than this even being almost 30 years older.Story
You go right and shoot some random things in space while trying to dodge enemies and their projectiles. With no motivation whatsoever (except maybe getting achievements for grinding up score). There's no end game, no story, no other mode to play, no nothing. This is as basic as any game can get. Every enemy drops some money so you can "buy" power-ups. I need to use quotation marks because the power-ups just hang in space and you loose some of your score when you pick them up. And that's it. That is everything to be said about the gameplay of this game.
You can count features of this game on your two hands. It's propably only game on Steam where I can write down every single item featured in the game's content.
3 types of "enemies" (drone that sometimes shoots, asteroid thing that does nothing except being there, flaming skull - yes, flaming skull which is very typical phenomenon to encounter in outer space)
3 types of power-ups (faster shooting, three direction shooting and money-magnet)
1 game mode
6 buttons in menuVisual Presentation
Look at one screenshot in the Steam gallery and you've seen everything.Overall
This game's assets and features can be easily topped by any game from Atari 2600. Yet for some reason this is sold for 3€. I have no idea why and I wouldn't recommend it anyone.
I tought this might be some young kid's school project who tried and got it on Steam to earn a few bucks in order to pay off his student loan but I've seen around dozen of adults in credits section so I have no idea what happened there. I refuse to believe there was an actual "team" behind this and I'll stick to the kid school project story who propably made up fake credits so it looked better somehow.