Legendary shoot-'em-up makes its way on the PCs! Abundant explosions, truly epic boss fights and beautifully crafted 3D environments are here to keep you entertained. Sky Force Anniversary offers single player experience and local cooperative mode for 2 players.
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Release Date: Apr 30, 2015

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The legendary shoot-’em-up is here to celebrate its 10-year anniversary in super-destructive style. Harnessing the intensity of classic arcade games combined with modern visuals, Sky Force Anniversary offers a true to its core, stunning scrolling shooter experience with an incredible new social gameplay element.

Over a decade ago, IGN said, “Put simply, Sky Force is amazing.” Scoring an incredible 9.5 out of 10, Sky Force took the early mobile gaming scene by force.
And now it’s back. Bigger, bolder, more intense than ever and it's on your PC!
This 10th anniversary edition adds incredible depth to the series through stunning 3D graphics, intuitive controls and a powerful upgrade system that’ll keep you blasting for hours on end.

Weekly tournaments take place on unique new levels as you battle it out against legions of other Sky Force Anniversary players, offering great rewards not only for winning, but for rescuing other pilots who’ve already been taken down!

The hottest shooter is no push over, but the invigorating gameplay and vast library of
achievements will keep both casual players and hardcore gamers hooked as you upgrade your ship and take it a little deeper into the incredible battlefield time after time.

  • Beautifully crafted levels with immersive missions to complete.
  • Multiple extreme boss battles.
  • Upgrade your shields, guns, missiles, lasers, mega-bombs and magnets.
  • Risk everything to rescue civilians.
  • Brand new weekly tournaments against other players.
  • Boost your final score with a host of in-game achievements.
  • Rescue fallen friends to win extra stars.
  • Accessible to beginners, as well as hardcore shooter addicts.
  • Full voiceover and incredible electronic soundtrack.
  • Adrenaline-packed local cooperative mode for 2 players.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows ® 8/7/Vista/XP
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo - 2.4 GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 compatible graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 450 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: At least one game controller to play local co-op mode.
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.7+
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo - 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1+ compatible graphics card
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: At least one game controller to play local co-op mode.
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+ 32/64 - bit / SteamOS+
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo - 2.4 GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1+ compatible graphics card
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: At least one game controller to play local co-op mode.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 1
Fun game, small download size. Scrolling from bottom to top shooter.
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89 of 116 people (77%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 21, 2015
This is a solid, polished game. The graphics are nice, the controls are responsive, the soundtrack is catchy. The gameplay itself is nothing terribly special - the format has barely changed since at least the Raiden series, back in the 90's - but that's not necessarily a bad thing. It's a format that works.

Unfortunately, like so many games these days, Sky Force mistakes repetition for content. It becomes apparent very early on that grinding for cash is a necessity; either you suffer through later stages where your armaments are too weak to kill half the enemies before they fly offscreen, or you replay stages you've done to death already in order to add one extra upgrade point to a weapon. That there are a meagre 9 stages does not help matters, either.

I played the mobile version of this game prior to getting it on Steam, and I'm glad at least that they've toned the grinding down a little, but it's still a very significant part of the game - too much so for me to recommend this.
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31 of 34 people (91%) found this review helpful
39.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 19
Sky Force Anniversary (SFA) is a prime example of how to do a proper shoot ‘em up! It’s not a super frantic, reflex driven, seizure inducing affair you find in some bullet hell shooters, rather it’s more subtle, focusing on precision & perfection.

This precision & perfection reminded me more of the older school shooters like 1942, where placement, timing & learning the waves were key. In SFA, it is implemented by several gameplay mechanics including medals for completing the level untouched & collecting 100% of the stars, or 100% civilian rescues. These offer a greater challenge than simply completing the level alive, & only when all challenges are complete will you be able to unlock the next difficulty tier (Normal, Hard, Insane). Each of the nine levels progressively unlocks as you earn more medals, with your high score being persistent between play throughs as a total of all your highest individual level scores.

SFA progression system really hit the sweet spot for me, offering good replayablity, while gradually unlocking more content & without any grind or difficulty spike to discourage you. You can purchase & unlock more power-ups & with those in hand you can go back to replay earlier levels on harder difficulties or to complete medals you may have missed. The frustration factor is also removed as you get to keep any stars you have earned up to your death, so even attempting a harder level & loosing can help you advance. Dying can also be rewarding .. umm .. well for your friends anyway, who can rescue you on the same level (Always keep an eye out!).

I also enjoyed the rescue mechanic, which forces you to remain stationary on screen for a cooldown timer before you pick-up the civilian. It creates some interesting situations where you are challenged by the need to keep killing or disengaging & rescuing first. There is also rarer VIPs to look out for to rescue & the rare card drops to collect which offering permanent boosted effects.

Boss fights were fun & fairly challenging in the earlier stages, but eventually they become a non-issue once you are equipped by a few power-ups for the battle. I never played the 2004 original to compare versions, but this release looks modern & runs well. 3D Graphics are sharp, they have depth & beautiful effects not to mention a decent soundtrack. The level of control you have with directing your ship using the analog stick is excellent, allowing you to pull off very delicate moves, or move at speed with ease. Hitbox around ship is also very precise allowing for some tight escapes at times.

Two player local coop is offered, but regrettably I cannot you offer my views on this as SFA seems to have issues identifying/mapping two wireless Xbox Controllers (users in forums also mention Logitech doesn’t work). This makes attempting to play with a friend on the couch a bit difficult (certainly no one wants to play with a keyboard on their lap), which is a shame since this is perfect for such an occasion! Another issue I experienced was the lack of controller support when using Steam In-Home Streaming. The game would run but was unable to find the Xbox Controller. Had to install locally to get it to work. There is also no button remapping in-game. When you press 'Play' in Steam, you need to hold down ALT to bring up menu to edit. Should really be in-game in my opinion.

Hope to see these issues addressed in the future. It would also be fantastic to see online two player coop offered for the times you don’t have a friend over or where you’re other friends who play the game are in another country.

For some ongoing competition, there is a weekly tournament you can enter which consists of level of increasingly difficult, randomly generated enemies to kill. You can compete against your friends and the world through separate leader boards. Once the tournament is over the scores are wiped. It’s a good distraction when you are stuck & wanting to try something different, but could benefit from an expanded roster. By this I mean different challenges other than just score based such as longest distance runs, no weapon or power-up runs, power-up only runs! Also, multiple challenges per week, records of wins/medals, highest world rank, how many entered, ability to unlock runs/sequences to play outside tournament etc. Something more enticing to keep players coming back regularly.

SFA is a top quality shoot ‘em up that ticks all the boxes for me. It’s a fine example of great replayablity & finely tuned difficulty scaling that encourages instead of discourages. There are longer term collectables & challenges, plus good competition with friends with online leader boards, friend rescues & weekly tournaments. Highly recommended!

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27 of 30 people (90%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
11.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 30, 2015
This game is absolutely craziness and extremely addicting.

Basics - Skyforce anniversary is a bullet hell, vertical shoot 'em up. The game is a complete remake of the original mobile phone game that was released ten years ago. The anniversary edition is also a port from mobile, but this isn't in the slightest bit noticable. They have converted it extremely well to appeal to the PC audience instead of the casual mobile audience.

Graphics - Probably the first thing you will notice when playing this game is the stunning graphics. There is so much detail in every item of the game. The colours used make everything stand out. Despite it being 2D the screen has a lot of depth to it due to the graphics used. The animations are also top quality especially in the water.

Soundtrack - This is absolutely one of the highlights of the game. It is a pleasure to listen to such a nice soundtrack that goes great with the gameplay. It is also so good that I would be willing to listen to it outside of the game. And i can do this, because the developer has made the soundtrack free to all.

Gameplay - The gameplay of the game consists of standard bullet hell vertical shooter gameplay. The screen scrolls down at a constant rate and you shoot enemies that arrive on different sides of the screen via your upword facing gun. The best thing about the gameplay however is the amount of enemy variety. There are so many different types of enemies that move and shoot in different ways that you will never get bored. I think this is what really sets it apart from the rest of the games in this genre.

Story - This game does have a story. It is told through quotes from characters as you are playing the game. Although the story is very basic and completely forgetable. I don't believe this particularly matters in a game of this genre though.

Progression - The game features an extensive progression system. The ingame currency, Stars, are earned through playing the levels. They can be used to buy upgrades to your ship. This includes a very large variety including health, weapons and a magnet as well as many more. This upgrade system makes you never get bored of the game and really feel like your actually progressing.

PC Specifics - The game is very well optimized for PC. The game runs at a constant 60fps on ultra on my mid end device. The options menu features everything you would want from a PC game of this genre. It includes set quality settings, including AA. A large set of resolution options. Language selection. And finally seperate sound and music volume sliders. I don't feel that rebindable keys are needed as the controls are very well done, however a section to view the controls would be useful.

Control - The original version of this game was controlled via touch controls so obviously this had to be changed a lot to migrate successfully on pc. The game gives you 3 options of control. These are keyboard, mouse and controller. I felt the keyboard controls, using the arrow keys, didn't offer much control of the ship due to the limit of 8 directions. Mouse controls also didn't feel very fluid. I decided to use my xbox controller in the end as it just felt more natural for this type of game. I would highly recommend anyone playing it to also use a controller for it.

Summary - This game is extremely fun and I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of this genre. I would say it is one of the best currently available on PC. The low price makes it a must buy for anyone without any hesitation.

TheIronicGamers rating system
  • Don't ever buy this game.
  • Maybe consider it on a sale.
  • An average game.
  • A good game that should definitely be considered.
  • A must play!

Disclaimer: I was given an early review key by the developer of the game for this review.
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26 of 29 people (90%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
14.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 16
Whether old time shmup aficionado stuck in your old ways or thrill-seeking modern gamer looking for that hit of adrenaline with all of the eye candy, there isn't much to be disappointed with in Sky Force especially with the makeover received in the Anniversary edition on Steam. It's a high energy shooter with pixel perfect bullet dodging, smooth and fluid controls, and a clear dedication to the art of the shoot 'em up genre. A shoot 'em up that while retaining all of the classic charm of its predecessors is absolutely tailored for the current generation.

The story presented in Sky Force Anniversary is an easy to ignore and mostly forgettable one, which is fine considering the fact that a story even being present in a shooter like this is surprising to begin with. Despite the loose and interspersed plot being mostly filler its told through some stylish and snazzy cut-scenes with some pretty sharp character designs particularly of our hot-headed and skilled lady pilot who takes no ♥♥♥♥, a real Amelia Earhart of modern times. The plot here isn't going to keep anyone too engaged but it serves the flow of the game more than fine.

As far as shmups go Sky Force sets its visual goals ambitiously high and ends up being the prettiest damn mobile shooter I've laid eyes on, and I've played my fair share. Presented with crisp 3D visuals on a classic two-dimensional side-scrolling playing field the game has no shortage of vibrantly natural settings tainted by the cruel steel touch of man's lust for power. Grassy hills, rocky mountains and pristine oceans assault the player's senses yet are all counter-balanced with the chaos of battle and the dancing of brightly colored bullet patterns for you to dodge. Everything is propelled into motion by the electric and nostalgic soundtrack that brings your ears right back to the PS1 and Saturn generation of gaming.

With a nice little set of side-objectives and goals to accomplish within each level I found myself returning to stages multiple times before even finishing the game to tackle each one with newly bought upgrades, and reaping their rewards. It will even seem mandatory to venture back from time to time into completed territories to go after the objectives padding each of the missions in order to earn their medals, which are required to progress further. This forces a small bit of grinding in every stage for medals to progress, which would usually irk me but with a shmup so visually stunning and easy on the ears this was more than welcome to revisit each one.

Plenty of twists and turns are thrown at you throughout each level keeping things fresh and not quite as repetitive as games in the genre can usually be, with EMPs from your brutishly militant adversary that shut off your ability to shoot forcing you to focus on dodging heavy curtains of bullets to picking up the marooned survivors scattered across each landscape

We hear plenty of love and appreciation for the shmup and bullet hell genres these days, but hardly ever any acknowledgement for the cult classics that paved the way for what we have today. This is a category Sky Force fits snuggly into. It feels like a classic Toaplan shmup or an older Raiden on uppers and its glorious. I'm sad I missed it the first time. It's almost surprising that this is made from a studio in Poland, in terms of the enemy and bullet patterns and the scoring mechanics this is right up there in authenticity with the best of the best in classic Japanese shmups.

With over nine stages of modern shmup action and a whole lot of replay-ability between them derived from the large number of extra missions, difficulties, medals and objectives to accomplish in each one, Sky Force Anniversary packs more than enough content for the genre to justify the purchase.

For those looking to scratch that shoot-'em-up itch, Sky Force Anniversary is some of the purest shooting action you can find outside of an arcade.

If you already enjoy Sky Force Anniversary, be sure to check out the upcoming Sky Force Reloaded!
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30 of 36 people (83%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
16.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 29, 2015
Can not believe this is on PC now. I have fond memories back ten years ago playing this on my Smartphone/PocketPC.

Just started playing and having great fun, just as addictive as I remember. Graphis & Sound are cool. Controller support is excellent. If you are a fan of Raptor, Major Stryker or other top-down vertical shoot em ups, then I really recommend Sky Force!

Please bring your other great games like K-Rally, Super Miners or Explode Area to the PC too!

Now back to playing. Need to get more Upgrades & High Scores.
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29 of 37 people (78%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 9, 2015
Sky Force Anniversary:

Sky Force Anniversary is a classic fast and furious arcade shoot-‘em-up game.

You will have to go through 9 missions with each starting at the normal level. You will need to achieve 4 requested challenges to unlock the next difficulty level. There are 3 difficulties per level: Normal, Hard and Insane.

Every time you destroy an enemy, a star will appear at the exact place of its destruction. Make sure you collect as many stars as possible per mission. You will be able to spend your stars to upgrade your vessel health, guns, missiles, shield and Mega BOMB (YEAHHHHH). You will find out very quickly, it is important to upgrade your vessel or you will not be able to achieve your challenges or get through to the end of the mission.

Do not forget the people in red suits; they will need to be rescued too. Also, if one of your steam friends is playing Sky Force Anniversary you will be able to see where he/she was killed and you can rescue him/her for additional points.

There are also 22 in-game cards to collect and each of them has an additional ability which will be very useful to you.
The game runs smoothly, has good graphics and a good soundtrack. I prefer using a gamepad but you still can play with the mouse and it is enjoyable too.


- Classic Arcade Game
- Runs Smoothly
- Plenty of goodies to upgrade and abilities to gain
- Addictive
- Achievements
- Trading Cards


- Would of like more levels
- A bit repetitive

Looking for a fast, furious and addictive shoot-‘em-up game? Don’t look further than Sky Force Anniversary!



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15 of 16 people (94%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
32.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2015
Sky Force Anniversary is a highly addictive game. Once you start you it’s difficult to stop.
+ good graphics and sound
+ not frustrating to play
+ replay ability by unlocking higher difficulty settings
The more you play, the more stars you collect to upgrade your plane – this element of the game is important otherwise you will have problems in the later levels.
It plays perfectly with an XBOX 360 controller.
I highly recommend this game if you like shoot 'em ups you will not be disappointed!
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20 of 25 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 9, 2015
Given a choice, I'd say I prefer my shmups of the vertical-scrolling bullet hell persuasion. The symmetrical beauty in the chaos of projectiles and explosions as you guide your craft through pixel thin safe areas; there's a real intoxicating panic behind your deadpan focus. When I pick up a non-bullet hell shooter, I tend to feel like I'm playing in slow motion which all too often leaves me craving something a little more high-octane. It's not a universal law by any means, especially when I consider some of the earliest and greatest titles, but it's always a concern on my mind when I fire one up.

Initially, Sky Force Anniversary does feel rather muted and uneventful. The enemies arrive in straightforward line formations and die quickly to short volleys of fire while the larger foes drift slowly across, occasionally firing a single bullet that's easily avoided. The first level is best viewed as a lengthy tutorial of sorts and is probably not the best example from which to judge the entire game. Very soon it becomes apparent that this is not your average shmup, in any real sense of the word.

There's a focus on upgrades in SFA that creates a unique feel, almost like an endless runner, but you aren't fighting to see the end of the level necessarily so much as you are just trying to survive as long as possible. It's entirely level-based which lends a superior sense of structure but borrows on the formula's replayability and addictive draw. It also provides a purpose to the shiny trinkets commonly dropped by downed vehicles with a between-game shop selling permanent upgrades such as missiles, health increases and shield systems. It's a subtle twist on an incredibly familiar genre that manages to turn an unpleasant grind into a curve that keeps the entertainment levels stable throughout.

Once you have a few levels completed and several improvements to your ship under your belt the pace quickens dramatically. The challenge that comes in both the level goals and the odds you face within always provide enough resistance that your steadily increasing arsenal doesn't undermine the satisfaction. To progress through the campaign, you need to collect the stars awarded by meeting certain criteria. Generally, this involves taking no damage, destroying certain percentages of the enemy force and rescuing the MIA troops dotted throughout the terrain. At no point did completing these tasks seem trivial, more often I actually found them quite exhilarating, especially once you unlock the harder level variants.

It's worth addressing that SFA is a mobile port, something I know many find abhorrent. Thankfully, shmups are a genre where the smartphone versions tend to be perfectly functional in comparison to their console and PC counterparts. Personally, I find the areas that ports tend to disappoint are the UI/GUI (where they are often over-sized and simplified) and the controls (that can translate poorly to M&K). The display is a clean and minimal design through necessity to the genre and while the menus are a little basic, they fit their purpose as well as any PC native shooter. As for controls, they're adequate on keyboard though I'd absolutely suggest playing with a controller if you have the means; something I'd say of any shmup in all honesty.

Sky Force Anniversary is surprisingly pretty, opting for a realistic 3D style rather than the genre-typical pixels. The cloud effects and rippling of the waves and foliage beneath you look surprisingly stunning in motion. The enemy design can lack a little in personality and the projectiles occasionally camouflage into the visual effects, but it's a minor complaint. All the while, you have a great soundtrack charting your flight with beating techno in a slight retro flavour. The tempo rises as the bosses emerge and it's one of the cases where I'd happily buy the soundtrack to play outside of gameplay. What makes this even better is that the OST is actually a free DLC for owners of the game, so the reasonable entry charge is all the more palatable.

It's a slow start but it quickly evolves into one of the more enjoyable shmups on Steam. As much as I always enjoy a well-made example of the genre, what impressed me most is how Sky Force does more than just replicate and regurgitate. Whether you want just one more addictive adrenaline-fueled shooter or a fresh-flavoured cocktail of innovation and classic mechanics, I feel perfectly comfortable lending my voice to the many recommending Sky Force Anniversary.

*This review was written using a key from the developer for reviewing purposes*
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 2
If you're a fan of the 19XX series you'll feel right at home here.
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Dot Matrix
10.3 hrs
Posted: October 20
Very good shmup, nice graphics and presentation.
It's my kind of gameplay too, it's hard but not a bullethell extravaganza either (except for a few boss fights).
My only complaint is that the game is way too grindy before you are powerful enough to take on the later levels, so be prepared to replay earlier levels a lot.
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0.8 hrs
Posted: October 17
I am in love with this game on my iPad. The touch interface just made it for me. I assumed that there would be a mouse interface on the pic version, but when I had to use the keyboard it felt like a step back in comparison to the mobile version.
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5.9 hrs
Posted: October 11
A well polished SHMUP with popping graphics! My only complaint would be the variety of music, or lack there of.
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13.5 hrs
Posted: September 21
There are not as many levels as I hoped for (around 10), but that is kind of the standard in this genre. What is there looks and sounds and plays fantastic. The music gets me moving, and is upbeat. Sound effects feel good. The system of progression is fun. You can get 4 medals per level for reaching different goals (kill x% enemies, don't get hit, etc.) and when you get all 4 a more difficult version of the level opens up. The stars you pick up let you constantly upgrade your ship. The one complaint I have is that there isn't more of it. I would have happily paid 5 times the amount for 5 times the game. One of those rare games that has me longing for DLC. (New levels, maybe even a new ship with a different loadout?)

A lot of people are complaining about the progression. I personally didn't find it punishing to play through levels again. Some levels I willingly played 20 times to get all the medals. Not in a row, but in total. By focussing on the main gun and the magnet early on, the grind wasn't bad for me.

For me this is the best vertical scrolling shooter that I have ever played. They rarely ever make one like this. Normally I quickly lose sight of what is happening on screen with these types of games. There tends to be so many things to collect and enemies and bullets going in all directions that I just can't keep track of it all, or recognise a bullet fast enough in the puddle of moving colors. In this game I don't have that problem. It gets more chaotic later on but it definitely eases you into it. So if you find games like bullet hell games unplayable like I do because of too many things happening, then be sure to give this one a try!
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A Freeze Is Coming!
21.0 hrs
Posted: September 16
This is one of those games that really makes me wish there were a "meh" option instead of just thumbs up and thumbs down.

As vertical scrolling shmups go, the game is fun for awhile. However, the game has way too much grinding in it, and that was when I started getting really bored. You must play the same levels over and over and over again in order to advance to further levels. It is not that you need to increase your skill in any way. The enemies on later levels just cannot be killed until you upgrade all your weapons, and it takes so long to get the upgrades. As I progressed through the game I did not feel as if I were ever getting any better at the game. I would have preffered to have to play the same level 20 times because my skill was not good enough at first, but I slowly got better. Instead, I had to play the same level 20 times to get one more upgrade point on my health, shields, and lasers. Then I needed to play the level another 20 times to upgrade other things. Proceed to the next level. Repeat.

It is too bad the grind got so tedious, becuase otherwise the game probably would have maintained being fun. Perhaps in a future patch they could make upgrades cost less, so that you at least do not have to grind as much. As it currently is, if you can get the game for $1 or so I guess it is worth it.
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Joey Two Bastards
9.5 hrs
Posted: September 16
A really good oldskool shooter, reminiscent of 1942. Lots of replayability.
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0.7 hrs
Posted: September 14
Play it on iPad & forget it on PC :/
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13.6 hrs
Posted: September 9
Best shooter i have played for a loooooong time, its like a drug and im addicted. Smooth, good and great graphics, great soundtrack and hours on hours of fun.
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7.6 hrs
Posted: September 8
This game is a great time-killer. It's not incredibly deep or super complicated and certainly has the addictive nature collecting the stars in each level in each difficulty to upgrade your ship to full. Definitely recommend giving it a go. Not too bad for the price.
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