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JAM: Jets Aliens Missiles Screenshots

- Slick hand-drawn art with 3D graphics, and sweet particle effects
- Simple controls with engaging old-school game play
- 5 stages and 3 difficulty settings
- Lots of enemy types: tricky Warper, armored Barfer, weird alien-squid thing, and more
- Gigantic alien bosses like the fire-breathing Dragonus, or the fully armoured Dire, and many more
- Equip new weapons like the spray-and-pray Machine Gun, or armor-slicing Laser
- Add on extra modules such as the recharging Shields, or the devastating Shockwave bomb
- Customize the look of your Jet with tons of awesome paint jobs, like Camouflage and Tiger-Shark
- Game Center Leaderboads, Achievements, Challenges
- Universal app with full screen Retina, including the New iPad and full widescreen iPhone 5
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