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ethosAROIDSfx is a new version of the classic shoot' em up game created on the ethosBASIC platform. Target and destroy the rocks as they are coming straight at you. Be careful of enemy flying saucers and take full advantage of your shields and guns.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
ethosBASIC 1.3 ethosBASIC is a new development system designed to create computer games and cool programs. Built in tutorial and extensive help manual can teach the complete computer novice or child how to program computers within a matter of hours.
Description: ethosAROIDSfx is a new version of the classic shoot' em up game. Target and destroy the rocks as they are coming straight at you. Be careful of enemy flying saucers and take full advantage of your shields and guns as the levels gets progressively more challenging for your reflexes and your tactics.
The game is created on the new ethsoBASIC platform that allows you to make games and cool programs within hours. ethosAROIDSfx uses the DirectX technology to present realistic 3D graphics for the battle against the enemy and the falling debris. Can you make it?
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