Shoot down the marauding UFOs with your military ship's rockets in this action game. Fill the sky with UFO debris as you shoot down the alien invaders. Watch out for return fire though as your enemy will shower you with their own rockets in return.
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Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Shoot down the bloodthirsty UFOs with rockets from your military aircraft in this shooter game. Fill the sky with UFO wreckage as you shoot down the alien invaders. Watch out for return fire though as your enemy will shower you with their own rockets in return.
Keep in mind that as you cut down their invasion waves you will find that more alien fighters appear to confront you.
Be wary of the alien's movements as their spaceship propulsion mechanism is rather unstable, resulting in incredibly erratic movement of their spacecraft.
Control your aircraft at the bottom of the screen using the arrow keys. Use the space bar to assault the aliens with your relentless stream of rocket fire.
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