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A mission unlike any other beckons if, Krosso, the greatest empire of the future is to be saved. In a galaxy far away, a sinister mission awaits in No Gravity -The Plague of Mind.

In a distant future, spread across thousands of colonies, the empire is under attack from a mysterious, unknown sickness affecting people’s minds. Fast-paced and full of action, you’ll need true nerve and skill to successfully manoeuvre your way through a total of 31 hazardous missions. Choose your character and one of six customisable ships – each equipped with an impressive array of weapons from lasers to ion blasters, and you are ready to meet your destiny.

Flying through space, your mission will see you skim over six different worlds, fly along underground craters and through massive meteorite showers, as you accompanying allied ships through hostile space stations, destroy enemy bases and clear mine fields. As the mysteries of space unfold, be prepared to unleash your firepower on anything that gets in your way.

"A mere look at the trailer had us raise an eyebrow in surprise, because this game looks great. Flying through space, your ship’s thrusters glow a hypnotic blue, while shimmering meteorites tumble towards you and enemy bombs burst in an explosion of colour and death. What’s equally impressive is how smoothly the ships seem to handle. It’s high time a realistic space shooter graced our portable", PlayStation Magazine, Issue 039.

Key Features:

• Full frame rate, massive explosions and massive damages!
• First or third person views.
• 5 characters and 5 space ships. Each space ship available in 4 different ship paint colours.
• 6 different weapons.
• 31 levels.
• 2 difficulty modes.
• Reward system to unlock new paints, artworks, etc.
• Available in 6 different languages (English, German, French, Dutch, Portuguese and Spanish).
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