1.3 / July 26, 2017
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Description

The game uses a simple, one-touch system to control the jetpack;when the player presses anywhere on the touchscreen, the jetpackfires and Matthew rises. When the player lets go, the jetpack turnsoff, and Matthew falls. Because he is continually in motion, theplayer does not control his speed, simply his movement along thevertical axis.The objective of the game is to travel as far aspossible, collect coins, and avoid hazards such as zappers,missilesFeatures :• Character abilities• Launch missiles• Shootyour weapon• Jump to avoid enemies flying your pack• Fly yourjetpack high !• Many levels• Addictive and Challenging

App Information Jetpack Shooter Runner

  • App Name
    Jetpack Shooter Runner
  • Package Name
    com.historyisfun.napoleonthejetman
  • Updated
    July 26, 2017
  • File Size
    13M
  • Requires Android
    Android 3.0 and up
  • Version
    1.3
  • Developer
    HistoryIsFun
  • Installs
    5,000+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Arcade
  • Developer
    Jalan Bahagia Permai 2/1 Taman Bahagia Permai 28000 Temerloh Pahang Malaysia
  • Google Play Link
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