Galaga 30th Collection (iPhone Application)) Reviews
Description:Developer: Namco Networks America
Newest Review: ... pack offers pretty good value for money. Having said that, I think Bandai could have got more casual gamers to download the ... more
Customer Galaga 30th Collection (iPhone Application)) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Mention the word Galaga to veteran (i.e. old) gamers and they are likely to all misty-eyed with nostalgia. The original game (released in 1981) took the basic Space Invaders idea, but developed it. Instead of simply progressing down the screen in rows, the aliens in Galaga also had the ability to swoop down on you, spiralling and turning as they went, making it harder to predict their flight path, and so harder to hit them. This simple gameplay addition added a tremendous amount to the basic Space Invaders formula, and Galaga quickly became a hit in the arcades, receiving literally dozens of ports and updates across to virtually every home computer known to ... Read the complete review
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