Brave the latest dangers in this sequel to the game Coal Plant Breakout. There are new and dangerous guards that seek to impede your progress. Among other improvements over the original this game also boasts the ability to customize your controls.
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: Brave the latest dangers in this sequel to the game Coal Plant Breakout. You've managed to break out of the holding area, however there are new and dangerous guards that seek to impede your progress.
The game also boasts somewhat realistic physics such as friction and not being able to change your direction when jumping in the air. You can also sneak behind guards and hide from them within shadowy regions on the levels.
Your character is also rather agile as you can hoist upwards and downwards on the edge of platforms as needed.
Among other improvements over the original this game also boasts the ability to customize your controls. You can also play custom levels as well as create your own quickly and easily with the game's in-built editor which was used by the developer to make the game's official levels.
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