Description:Developer: CAVE Co Ltd
Newest Review: ... from constantly pounding the attack button. Unlike some other games of its ilk, in Deathsmiles enemies can come at you from ... more
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by - written on 29/01/13 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Deathsmiles is a side scrolling shooter developed by CAVE (Computer Art Visual Entertainment) who are the masters of making arcade style shoot-em-ups. The company, established by former employees of Toaplan, is known for their pedigree in creating quality blasters such as Akai Katana Shin and the Bug Princess series. Deathsmiles originally started life as an arcade game, before being ported to the Xbox and is now available on mobile devices such as the iPad, which is the version I am reviewing today. Buyers of this app will be presented with two modes of play - arcade and smartphone. As you would expect, arcade mode recreates the original game experience, ... Read the complete review
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