ICARUS

ICARUS

ICARUS is one of the best arcade games that we have played in quite some time. The picture of the game in Google Play does not tell what the game is all about but we can tell you that here you will be fighting the bad guys with a spaceship once again.

In fact ICARUS is one of these arcade games where you command a battle ship and you get to fight and destroy hundreds of other enemy ships through the usage of various weapons. Playing the game is easy – everything is so simple there isn’t a tutorial. When you fire up the game you will have to create a profile and select a ship and then the action begins. You will start with simple weapons like a laser beam and a few rockets fired here and there but by destroying enemy ships you will get more experience and much better weapons that you will need for sure against the final level boss, if you survive that far. As in other similar games you have a single life but you can take hits so you won’t die so quickly if you are not careful.

ICARUS features 2D graphics only but we have to say that they are very detailed and nice and you will enjoy what you see for sure. In addition the game has really nice sound that is very dynamic and completely fits the action that you will experience.

All in all ICARUS is a fun game and fans of the genre will enjoy it to the fullest. The app is free as usual and promises that you will have a lot of fun with it. You can check it out here and get ready for some action!

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