Back to the past with a flavor of the present
A whopping 30 years ago, when all this was just a bare field, shoot’em up games were among the most played genres in consoles and arcades. A few of them set the trend: Space Invaders, Galaxian and its sequel, and Galaga, to name only a few. We are talking about the latter, which is back under the name of Galaga Wars and coming on strong for mobile phones.
Galaga Wars is the new incarnation of a timeless classic.
This title delivers precisely what it promises: throngs of aliens to shoot while trying not to get shot or the game is over. So far, so good. It all gets way better when the player realizes that, as the levels progress, there are some bullet hell game distinctive features that have made the leap to the modern version. But let's talk about the gameplay...
Good luck trying to stop playing
When we open the game, the first thing we see is a message that says "press to start." My advice for you: don’t, because this is a super addictive game. The gameplay is as simple as keeping your finger on the screen and moving it around, and finishing your enemies off is so satisfying that it is (super) hard to stop. Perhaps you will stop when you get killed… but perhaps not even then!
These are some of the game’s features:
- Addictive and satisfying gameplay.
- A classic of the past with 21st-century graphics.
- Straightforward controls.
- New ships to unlock with in-app purchases.
- Possibility of continuing or doubling rewards by watching advertisements.
- Action through 11 levels.
Galaga Wars is going to get many players glued to their Android devices. It may be the most entertaining game we've had the chance to try in recent months; totally worth it.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.3
- Offers in-app purchases.
- Instructions to install XAPKs on Android
Hello, everybody! My name is Sergio Agudo and I love science, computers, and video games. Since I was a child, I have been obsessed with computers, and with what in an ‘80s Spanish home like mine, they called the little Martians...