Jean-François Geyelin Apps
The sequel to PewPew is there!Expect retro graphics, megatons of enemies, and a frame rateachieved by no other game (except PewPew).There are nine game modes, and a campaign with 3 levels ofdifficulties so even the weakes... *AHEM*So even the strongest of you will have some challenge!------------------------------------------------------------And now, a list of the features:-a deep story with drama, romance, and mystery.-crops to grow and birds to throw, to keep in touch withnature.-private information sharing with several companies, because we*care* about you.-targeted advertising, so that you aren't disturbed by pointlessads.Wait, that was a list of what's not included. Here we go:-9 games modes, 2 of which must be unlocked-8 unlockable ships with offensive defense (bullets shot in everydirection when hit)-a campaign, with 3 level of difficulties and boss fights-online scores obviously, but with replays-a bunch of achievements-frames per seconds. A lot-awesome music-controller and Android set-top boxes support.
PewPew is the best multidirectional shoot themup on Android. It's basically megatons of enemies and manydifferent game modes, everything rolled up with sweet smooth retrographics.Win medals, unlock ships, and compete on the online ladderboard.There are five VERY different game modes:*Pandemonium:Some enemies explode when they die, and the other spin maniacallyeverywhere. Hide from the explosions or deftly go throughthem.*Dodge this:As you collect boxes, there are more and more enemies movingaround. Naturally, you have to dodge them all.*Assault:You fight against waves of enemies. Spoiler: at the end, they winand you die.*Chromatic Conflict (NSF color blinds):Enemies of different color appear. You can only destroy the onesthat are the same color as your ship.*Asteroids:Need I say more?Features:*High frame-rate (honestly, this is what defines this game)*Finely tuned game-play (oh, and this too)*Online leader boards*Online replays*Sweet music*Unlockable ships.*XPERIA PLAY Optimized*Controller support for NVIDIA and Android set-top boxes.Now a few notes:-Kill as many background app you can, this can considerablyincrease the smoothness.-Seriously, kill them all.-On some devices (such as my Nexus One) the touch screen hastrouble handling touches on the same horizontal or vertical axis.That is why by default the joysticks are in diagonal. You can trymoving the joysticks to the bottom using the settings menu, but itmight result in poor controls.-No personal data is sold and there are no ads. I'm really sorryads-lover.