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Play Bullet Hell iPhone with Operation Dracula in iOS



Play Bullet Hell iPhone with Operation Dracula in iOS

Operation Dracula is actually a name of airborn and amphibious attack on Rangoon by the forces of British, American, and Indian. It was an attack against Japan to recover the supply routes from India for British defense. 

That's the origin of the name, Operation Dracula. However, the game today is not about the second World War. Today's game is brought to you by Crescent Moon Games, an award winning publisher that has released many great games like Aralon Sword and Shadow, Pocket RPG, Shadow Blade, and many more.

Being a great publisher with so many great games, Crescent Moon Games however, is pretty confident with their latest addition in their games library. This time, it's coming from a developer name Samurai Games that consists of one Moroccans and five US developers.

Play Cat and Laser with Shooting Stars! for iOS and Android



Play Cat and Laser with Shooting Stars! for iOS and Android

There was a time where we used to think that Space Invaders is the best game that couldn't be replaced with any game. However, as the technology that keeps evolving, shmup genre also evolves. Now, shmup game has totally adapting the technology within its genre, resulting in a much more beautiful product.

However, despite the quality improvement of the product, shmup genre is still the same as what it used to be when it's still called Space Invaders. Playing shmup is still challenging and adrenaline pumping as ever, not to mention the amount of lasers that pointed to our ship and how we manage to avoid all those lasers.

Bringing that same excitement and adrenaline is the latest game from Bloodirony Gamesas the developer and Noodlecake Games, as the publisher, it is a shmup game with laser and the love of kitty, Shooting Stars!.

Play iOS Shmup Game with Xenowerk from Pixelbite



Play iOS Shmup Game with Xenowerk from Pixelbite

Lately, there were lots of action game that were released and used female as their main protagonist. Before, there were just few games that actually used female as the main hero and play biggest role inside.

I don't actually know the reason why most game developers aren't using female characters. However, I'm quite sure that these discriminations will be going to change. Since few weeks when endless runner Tomb Raider came out, more female heroes are starting to mark their feet as well in iOS community.

After last week, the beautiful Red from Transistor came and making her entrance. Now it's time for the other female protagonist making her way. Coming from the maker of the critically acclaimed, Space MarshalsPixelbite, a top-down action shmup (or shoot'em up) with hottie that blasts aliens, Xenowerk.

Coming from the same developer, you can expect some gorgeous graphics for the characters and the environment. However, from gameplay perspective, both of these games give a completely different feeling. When playing Space Marshals, you will have a more stealthy feeling. In Xenowerk, you will be facing all the enemies upfront, in fact, the game will advocate you to be brave instead.