Xenoraid is a vertical Android scrolling shooter, sending a user to explore space expanses and destroy any potential danger, in the role of which, as a rule, are enemy starships and asteroids. The design is just perfect, the number of special effects is simply off scale, and the whole picture looks dynamic and saturated. The background sounds epic music, emphasizing the importance of the moment and tuning the user to the right rhythm. The highlight of the novelty from the studio 10tons Ltd is that it is not necessary to manage a gamer with one ship, but several at once - from two to four, depending on the level. Moreover, each spaceship is equipped with guns of different power and rate of fire. At the initial stage, our space fighter is equipped with primitive weapons, but the user has the opportunity to upgrade it, which is done for the game currency. But take into account the fact that even the most luxurious weapons can overheat during shooting, so we recommend not constantly shooting at the enemy, but with a sense of tact and alignment. The improvement of ships is carried out exclusively through the main menu, and the reserve of a rare game currency is necessary for this to have more than enough. You can get virtual money either in fights (which is problematic) or by investing real money in the game. A special feature of the Xenoraid project for the Android platform is also the fact that the levels are not restarted, but follow a continuous sequence, that is, it will not be possible to re-pass any of them.
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