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Alien Invasion for Windows Phone 7
Having a heavy week? Perhaps it is time to play a bit and relax. XDA member babyjustine presents Alien Invasion for your Windows Phone 7. This is a classic point and shoot game with simple graphics on arcade style where you have to shoot your lasers weapon to destroy enemy ships before they fly away, just be careful to not attack your team!. the latest version includes some bug fixes and new icons and images. The game can be found for free on the market.
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Update: A continuation of the game now called Base Defense can be found here as well
Originally posted by babyjustine
[APP] Alien Invasion -[R]- 3/22/2011
Alien Invasion is a nice simple point and shoot game. Tap the screen to shoot your lasers. Click the Ships and they go bye bye. Be fast, and don’t let them get away, but watch out and don’t hit your buddies.
Fix use of task launchers
Change UFO images
Tap shots are now worth double
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