You've managed to escape various short and dangerous sections, however you now face a longer section filled with dangerous guards which will put your endurance to the limit. This game is the sequel to the award-winning Coal Plant Endurance game.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Rocket Shooter 1.000 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.
Description: You've managed to escape various short and dangerous sections, however you now face a longer section filled with dangerous guards which will put your endurance to the limit.
This game is the sequel to the award-winning Coal Plant Endurance game. Among other improvements over the original this game now boasts improved graphics and sounds while playing a level as well as improved and over-the-top player deaths.
A particular death animation has the player explode into various meaty chunks when shot by a guard. The chunks then bounce around before coming to a stop.
The game also features realistic physics simulation such as momentum in order to make the game more interesting and challenging for the player.
You can also play custom levels as well as create your own quickly and very easily with the game's in-built editor which was actually used by the developer to make the game's official levels.
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