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The player steps into the role of battle commander, charged by the emperor with the duty to expand the empire’s territories.  To do so, the player must destroy the enemy strongholds present on each of the outlying islands that serve as the game’s stages.  The island’s evil natives are impressively intimidating opponents, and victory does not come easily.  In order to successfully take the ten islands, the enemy forces on each must be overwhelmed and their fortress destroyed.  Each island consists of five stages; there are also ten additional hidden levels for the player who proves his or her worthiness as a conqueror.

Shooting Warrior gives players all of the tools necessary to enact their own personalized strategy.  With three heroes, nine soldier types, and nine hidden characters to unlock, upgrade, and deploy, the game’s offers a satisfying variety of fighting forces.  Specialty items are an additional aid against the 35 enemy types and five challenging bosses.  Equipment as well as characters can be upgraded.  Numerous options present the opportunity to refine tactics and keep Shooting Warrior fresh and fun.
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