Tumiki Fighters

Tumiki Fighters is a side-scrolling shooter in which the protagonist is a toy aeroplane flying through a cartoon setting. The game employs a device inspired by Katamari Damacy, allowing the player to attach debris from destroyed enemies to the aircraft, which in turn act as armour and power-ups.[11][14] Praised for its addictive gameplay,[11] Tumiki Fighters formed the base of Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy, a game published by Majesco in 2008 for the Wii.[8] Developer Budcat Creations remade ABA Games‘ creation for the console and further added an editor function allowing extensive user-created content. Critics acclaimed Blast Works for its innovative and entertaining gameplay and has been described by critics variously as an upgraded version or remake—[8][16][17] or simply a port or re-release—[1][6] of Tumiki Fighters. Blast Works featured Tumiki Fighters, as well as three other ABA Games titles, as bonus content. UGO felt that these games‘ minimalist graphics, while not outstanding, did retain some charm.[8] According to Cho, he did not receive money for the port, allowing his game to be used for free.[1]

rRootage is a shoot ‚em up viewed from a top-down perspective, composed solely of boss battles against large abstract spacecraft attacking the player with intricate barrages of projectiles. The game featured multiple modes: „normal“, „Psy“, „Ika“ and „GW“; the latter three inspired by Psyvariar, Ikaruga and Giga Wing, respectively. The game was ported to the iPhone and iPod touch by developer Lahzrog Games and released as a free download on iTunes.[7][18] GamesRadar described the game as „great“ and „full of win“.[11] Macworld acknowledged the game was esoteric but praised its „classic fast paced action“, awarding it a maximum five stars. However, the reviewer noted the iPhone version sometimes ran more slowly than intended.[7]

Torus Trooper, a reimagining of the game Tempest, features a spacecraft flying through an abstract tunnel, the walls of which twist and change shape. The player competes against the clock, gaining more time by destroying enemies. The game was acclaimed for its stark yet highly attractive graphics.[10][14] Titanion is a vertical shooter acclaimed for its attractive graphics.[14] Mu-cade is heavily based on Namco’s Motos, while Noiz2sa is an abstract „bullet hell“ shooter,[14] a sequel to the earlier Java games Noiz and Noiz2 and a predecessor to Parsec47.[19]

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