Squadron – Bullet Hell Shooter

Squadron – Bullet Hell Shooter

Squadron – Bullet Hell Shooter is an addictive arcade game that you can have all for free on Google Play. The game takes you back to the 1990s arcade machines but at the same time mixes great 3D graphics and StarCraft style to create unique gameplay.

The story behind the game is simple – our own galaxy has been overtaken by evil aliens so it is up to you to destroy them and save the day. So you get a heavily armed spaceship and you have the chance to destroy thousands of the bad guys given you survive that long. Well, they will be fighting you too, you know, and if you get to die, you simply get a new ship. When you die four times the game is over, you get a final score and you can start all over again, of course.

Squadron – Bullet Hell Shooter brings more, however. The game sports excellent 3D graphics and in some way takes you back to the days of the first StarCraft PC game with the sounds it makes and the feelings that the graphics bring. This is a unique taste to the game, which we appreciate a lot.

There isn’t much else to say about this game except that you get new weapons with every level finished and you can upgrade your ship. You know the rest – shoot the bad guys and try to avoid their fire for as long as possible.

Squadron – Bullet Hell Shooter is a really good game. It is designed for arcade game fans and will best appeal to people who want to have quick action here and there. Even then people who want to play an arcade game will be satisfied with what Squadron – Bullet Hell Shooter offers – addictive gameplay, action and some of the good old times.

Squadron – Bullet Hell Shooter is here on Google Play.

Related posts

T-Mobile G2 With Google Introduced

T-Mobile G2 With Google was introduced today by T-Mobile USA featuring fast 4G speeds and web browsing experience with Google services integration. Designed by HTC, the T-Mobile G2 is a very powerful smartphone and successor of the T-Mobile G1, which comes equipped with a 3.7-inch unique...

ZTE plans Firefox OS-based smartphone

The Chinese communications equipment maker ZTE has announced that it is currently working on a Firefox OS-based smartphone, due next year. This will be a brave step for the company in a market currently dominated by Google’s Android OS and various versions of the ubiquitous iPhone...

Toshiba uveils Glasses-less 3D REGZA GL1 LCD TV

Today at Japan's electronics expo CEATEC 2010, Toshiba unveiled the world's first LCD TVs that don't require dedicated glasses. The new "Glasses-less 3D REGZA GL1" series will be available in Japan from the end of December and is offered for now in two models 12- inch and 20-inch. To achieve...

Leave a comment