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  • Developer: Hikoza. T. Ohkubo
  • Genre: Arcade
  • Works On: Windows 95-98, Windows XP

An arena shooter with a twist - rotate the enemies’ bullets around yourself then launch them back.

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  • Gohst

    In this brilliantly hypnotic neon coloured shooter from Hikaware, the creator of Warning Forever, you’re a lone warrior in an increasingly opposing society of automated turrets.

    Games from Japan often do one of two things: Present a unique idea, or carry out the tried-and-true idea in a spectacular way. This presents a unique idea in a spectacular way. You have no weapons of your own and your enemies are automated killing machines. So using the only thing at your disposal – a force field of sorts – you capture their bullets, rotate them around yourself and launch them back towards the enemy.

    Scoring a hit on the circular formation of enemies will reduce the cluster and soon that collection of turrets will be all gone. Strangely enough, it seems to be the lone enemy which scores hits on you, if you’re hit by enemy fire, ten seconds is taken off you. You have no health bar, only time. Once that’s depleated, then its game over. Fortunately, you are given a top-up after every wave – unfortunately, the waves become increasingly intense.

    On occasion the mouse-only controls can seem a bit sticky, though that minor quibbling detraction can not overpower the great presentation, polished graphics and unique game play that is offered here.

  • Alchemist

    It's a pretty fun game and it's fun to "collect" many bullets and throw them to enemy, but it gets boring pretty fast. Also the controls are a bit annoying, but you get used to it. It could be awesome game if it would have more features. (Like bombs etc.)

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