GunRaven is intense top-scrolling arcade action for the PC, using a high-res screen and hardware acceleration to achieve amazing effects. GunRaven offers hours of traditional addictive fun wrapped in a completely new and updated package.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: GunRaven is intense top-scrolling arcade action for the PC, using a high-res screen and hardware acceleration to achieve amazing effects. Made especially for DirectX-enabled machines, GunRaven offers hours of traditional addictive fun wrapped in a completely new and updated package, with outstanding graphics, bone-rattling sounds, and a thumping soundtrack!
You are a captain of the Empire, using your powerful fighter to crush the rebellion and destroy dirty alien scum. Put down the Krite and their clumsy industry ships. Explore the Flame Nebula, fighting off the enigmatic aliens that infest it. Bring Count Contarro and the Deep Belt miners to their knees. Crush the Pic'arok slave rebellion.
Unlike most shooters, each mission in GunRaven unlocks two more, allowing you to choose which mission you want to attempt next. Finish entire sectors to unlock new, more powerful player ships. Unlock all 28 player ships and use them to destroy sixteen different alien fleets in 128 unique missions.
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