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Bullet Candy arcade shooter ships

updated 03:30 pm EDT, Wed May 17, 2006

Bullet Candy ships

Charlie's Games and Macgamestore.com today released Bullet Candy, a fast-paced arcade shooter for Mac OS X. Viewed from a top-down perspective, Bullet Candy features a true 360-degree experience to keep enemies in view at all times. Bullet Candy's controls allow for great precision of movement as well as aiming, and the game supports dual analog control pads. Game mechanics are inspired by Williams classic Robotron, vertical shooters such as Treasure's Ikaruga and Capcom's Gigawing, and Jeff Minter's awesome Llamatron as well as Tempest 2000. "Huge particle explosions, masses of enemy bullets, and beautiful feedback effects combined with power-ups, score multipliers, collectable friendly ships, laser upgrades and un-lockable bonus games all add up to make a great gameplay experience." Bullet Candy is priced at $20 (system requirements were unavailable).




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  1. mlowe969

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Wow...what a horriblegame

    This is really REALLY REALLLLLY bad.

  1. holstien

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Requirements

    Reading down the page a bit, it says, "System Requirements:

    * 1GHZ G4 Processor or better * 256 MB RAM * 32 MB or better graphics card "

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