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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by drdeniz79, Mar 19, 2014.
Memories of the single quality game on the Atari Jaguar.
Funny how this comes out just one month after the release of Tempest 10000 (TxK) (though that isn't on iOS)
This looks really, really slow in comparison though.
This is the developer here. The demo AI player shown in the videos moves slower than the fastest possible speed.
Hi I really like what I see on the videos, looks right up my alley too, and I wonder about the controls, could you give some info about that?
Wait a minute, wasn't this game being developed by oefun? You know, the person who's making the day I tried? I swear it was him and not Bulkypix.
Alien v predator was good on the Jag
Yes, I'm the developer. BulkyPix is publishing my game.
What are the controls like?
Have not played my Vita in a little while. Might have to blow off the dust and peep that out.
You won't regret it. Amazing game. Just use the dpad when playing because using the stick makes you accidentally touch the screen ( which sets off your superzapper. ( I use the button to use it). It really feels like a successor to the arcade version.
Touch anywhere in the bottom 1/4 and a small movement left or right moves your ship. While moving you can tap the left or right corners to jump.
Additionally the game supports iOS 7 controllers like the Moga Ace.
See post I just made.
Great! Looks like relative touch or a slider, nice... 3 hours left to buy it
Controls sound great. Any chance of the ship moving quicker eg like Tempest?
Any impressions yet?
Tempest is NOT dead!
Woo! I've been waiting for a Tempest game forever! It was one of my very first played games!
At top speed the ship moves very quickly. I think you'll like it. Let me know in the comments what you think. Also, it is relative control, you don't grab and move the ship with your finger directly.
Sounds great. Sold! One hour to go !
This is my surprise instabuy tonight (already had Star Horizon on the...horizon).
Sounds great and Tempest is one of my favorite arcade addictions (even bought one of those failure Nuon DVD players just to play Tempest 3000).