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Simple, intuitive and addictive gameplay that anyone from beginners to shmup pros will find fun and engaging. The flick-based control mechanic has been designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch, instead of shoe-horning existing shmup controls to the unique device. Carefully planned learning and difficulty curves that ensure the game is easy to play, but difficult to master. 2 discrete game modes: Campaign and Survival and 3 difficulty levels ensures a challenge for all player levels, from casual to hardcore.
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