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A hectic game design, coupled with an unpredictable set of levels and attack waves, makes for an extremely chaotic and addictive overall experience that is a world apart from your average shooter.

There are several modes to keep you hankering for more. With the regular One Player mode, you control the left ship and the AI controls the right. Avoiding the obstacles is tough enough, but make sure you collect the Andromium whenever it is launched towards you! But if even that isn't hardcore enough for you, try the outrageously hard One Player "Mastermind" mode, which requires you to control both ships through two different level streams, using one controller! Insanity may ensue, you have been warned and Red Crest Studios absolves itself of any responsibility for your mental condition after playing for too long. Finally, share the fun, by inviting a friend over to play Two Player mode and attempt to co-operatively handle the Andromium in the heat of the moment!
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