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"One of the most addictive space war games you've ever played!"

Screenshots of Galaxy Shooter

Main Features of Galaxy Shooter

  1. Game Goal: Venture into an intergalactic warfare by maneuvering your ship to blow up all enemy ships and rid the universe of evil.
  2. How to Play: While deviating from the onslaught of enemies, try to hit the shots to destroy as many ships as possible.
  3. Graphics: Scenery varied with special effects highlights of the shots that exhibit an explosion of colors and light.
  4. Controls: Use the touch and drag on the screen to decide the movements of your ship to divert from the enemy shots, the firing of your ship is automatic
  5. Languages: English.
  6. Platform: Android smartphones or tablets.
  7. Size: No specification
  8. Operating System: Android
  9. Recomendations: Does not include loud startling sounds.
  10. Price details: Free app with no internal purchases. Free
  11. Installation requirements: Android 4.1 and the minimum space isn't specified.

POSITIVE about Galaxy Shooter

  1. A perfect way to kill time.
  2. Good quality graphics.
  3. The gameplay is interesting and fluid.
  4. Suitable for users of all ages.
  5. Doesn't take up too much memory space
  6. Surrounding gameplay.
  7. Precise controls.
  8. Simulates reflezes.

NEGATIVE about Galaxy Shooter

  1. The controls are not very precise.
  2. Displays some ads.
  3. Few levels to unlock.
  4. Advertising for each conquered level.

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