Manning A Fully rotatable space cannon, you must repel waves of alien craft heading for your home world. Sounds like a laff, right? Wrong. For starters, the action is ponderous in the extreme - enemy craft amble through the cosmos, making themselves easy targets. This plodding pace sucks Planet Defender dry of any immediacy or tension, ensuring that at no point do you feel as thought you're a planet's last line of defence.
What's more, there's no enemy radar - just an arrow pointing towards the direction of oncoming foes - while the music is so repetitive and badly recorded it'll have your eardrums bleeding from distress. The 40 weapon combinations and 14 bonuses are impressive enough, but it's likely you'll lose interest long before you've sampled even half of them.
While the visuals are fairly impressive for an indie game, Planet Defender is so repetitive that it's highly likely you'll more than get your fill from the demo.
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP