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Project Root takes place along 8 open levels where the player can move freely to complete several primary, secondary and hidden bonus objectives. The free camera systemallows the player to make different strategies to complete the objectives, to attack or defend different positions.

The player has two main weapons to strike aerial or ground targets along with several powerful but limited secondary weapons, like rockets, homing missiles and more. Defensive elements like shield and flares are available too.
Every type of weapon can be upgraded with certain power ups that can be picked up along each mission or purchased as the player gains more experience.
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