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Key Features:
Multiple Playable Characters - Each android has a unique weapon set and play style, players can unlock and experiment to find which android suits them best.
Dynamic Levels - From lights out to shifting walls to giant flamethrowers, there are surprises on board the Genki Star that will keep players on their toes.
Overwhelming Odds - Push back against hordes of robots with quick reactions and clever weapon tactics.
Giant Robot Bosses - Challenge the guardian of each deck as they unleash bullet hell and stage covering special attacks.
Co-Op Play - Join in with two, three or four players and experience escalating chaos. Supports Keyboard/Mouse and Gamepad configurations.
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