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Invaders from far Space

22 Sep 2013

Invaders from far Space (full) game review

Have you ever noticed that life is in constant evolution?

Things that our great-grandparents used to do when they were children are reinvented and come back to entertain us time and again. Take, for instance, outer space. When your father was a child, he’d imagine monsters, aliens and spaceships while he ran around pretending to be a space cowboy torturing his poor friends, the aliens.

When you were a child, this image was expanded and moulded by Star Wars, Star Trek and those infamous Atari shooting games.

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And today it comes full circle with your children and the next big thing in outer space gaming, the Invaders From Far Space app. Invaders From Far Space is a free Android demo game available now at the Play Store, where you can relive those Atari days.

The gameplay is very similar to the Atari, if less pixelated, providing you with a fun experience and your kids with a window into their parent’s past. All you have to do is download the game and choose between Campaign mode (increasing level of difficulty) or Survival mode (divided into Easy, Normal and Hard) which, as the name itself explains, requires the player to survive for as long as possible while the level of difficulty slowly, but surely, increases.

Get hit by the enemy or fail to destroy all the enemy crafts before they reach you and the game is over. You’ll then have the option of downloading the full version for a small fee or playing the demo forever.

It’s simple, entertaining and nostalgic, all in one. Even though your kid won’t experience playing this game on an awkward console hooked to a black and white TV like you once did (which is probably for the best), they, as well as yourself, are sure to enjoy the perfect responsiveness of this game, as well as the level of challenge as, on Campaign mode, it gets considerably harder very, very quickly.

You have much less ammunition than on Survival mode, yet pretty much the same number of enemy craft to destroy in less time. An exhilarating game if I ever saw one. Besides that, the player can also choose to increase the speed of the enemy craft, making the game even more challenging, as well as setting things like language, vibration and internet connection to allow sharing amongst friends and high scores to be posted.

Finally, another positive note on this game is that it doesn’t use too much battery life, as is common with most games nowadays, so you can continue to enjoy it wherever you are and whatever the circumstances, for as long as you like.

Remember those days when you were in school and wished you could play your Atari games during some boring class? Well, your wish has been granted!! (with a few years delay I know, but better late than never, right?).

So whether you’re an adult fulfilling the dream of carrying your Atari console with you everywhere you go, without the need for a power socket or TV (and no staring, laughing and pointing), or if you’re a kid who thinks the videogames your dad used to play were lame, give this game a try, have fun and rest assured that you will not be disappointed.

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