Space Wars: Old School Space Shooter for WM
If you are a 70’s or 80’s child, then you probably start getting watery eyes when you come across nostalgia styled games. Running into a Pac-Man arcade would literally send you off in a frenzy to find quarters. To avoid these situations, XDA member zarpy has made yet another game for his freeware collection of games. This one, intended to satisfy the cravings for old time space shooters.
Space Wars is a 2D shooter game (a la 1942, AeroWings, Varth, and many more) with very basic graphics. In fact, the graphics were made using MS Paint. Good old fashioned addictive game play, complete with Big Bad Bosses.
You like games like space invaders,galaga,and r-type. Well spacewars is right up your alley. Go throught 5 levels of space shooting action and battle 2 fierce bosses.Made using Game Editor
The game is hard in the beginning just hang in there!!!! Its pretty intense and will keep you busy for a while.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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