Well, there isn't much to say about this game, except that it is one of the best 200-point titles on DSiWare so far. There are two game modes: Beginner and Expert. Beginner starts off with easier battles but gradually gets more and more intense, while expert automatically starts off intense. You use the touch screen to fire bullets at your attackers. Every now and then you'll get a power-up that will help you in surviving the time you have to defend your cannon, as long as you don't shoot down the plane that is carrying it. These power-ups range from flamethrowers that destroy everything it contacts to missile launchers that home in on enemy targets. However, these power-ups only last a few seconds, so most of the time you'll have to have good aim with your bullets and quick reflexes to change the ammunition color to attack the different enemy factions. Luckily, after you've destroyed enough enemies, you can use a nuke that destroys everything onscreen if you're in a tight situation. The gameplay is addicting and the visuals are great for a 200-point download. If you are a fan of games like Advance Wars and are in need of a great pick-up-n-play game, this is the game for you!
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