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Astrosiege throws you into the cockpit of a prototype space fighter to blast your way through hoards of alien fighters in classic 2D shoot-em-up action. Destroy dozens of unique 3D accelerated alien fighters while upgrading your ship with powerups.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Astrosiege puts you in control of your own powerful space craft to blast your way through the alien hoards in this classic fast paced arcade shoot-em-up. Destroy dozens of unique 3D accelerated alien fighters and upgrade your weapons with rocket and laser powerups. Astrosiege combines popular space shooting action with 3D accelerated graphics and incredible particle effects. The free version includes 3 intense campaign levels and the dynamic Marathon mode in 4 different modes of difficulty.
StarBlaze 2 1.0 StarBlaze 2, classical adrenaline-pumping space shooter arcade game released. Pick up numerous power-ups, tune up your engine, upgrade firepower and blast your way trough 30
Attack of the Little Green Men 1.2 Go on the offensive against bizarre enemy aliens in this action-packed side scrolling space shooter that mixes the familiar old school gameplay with amazing 3D graphics and
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