Bullet Candy Arcade Shooter Released
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Charlie's Games has released Bullet Candy, a fast-paced arcade shooter for Mac OS X. Viewed from a top-down perspective, Bullet Candy allows for a true 360º shoot-em-up experience. With all of your enemies in view at all times it's easy to see and, more importantly, shoot them into tiny little pieces.
Bullet Candy's controls allow for great precision of movement and aiming. Using the mouse and keyboard to aim and shoot, Bullet Candy always keeps you in control of the on screen action. Bullet Candy is available at Macgamestore.com for $19.95 as a digital download. A free demo version of the game is available on the web page.
Alternatively, use a dual analog control pad for a better, more natural control method.
Bullet Candy's game mechanic is inspired by Williams classic Robotron, vertical shooters such as Treasure's Ikaruga and Capcom's Gigawing, and Jeff Minter's awesome Llamatron and Tempest 2000.
Huge particle explosions, masses of enemy bullets, and beautiful feedback effects combined with power-ups, score multipliers, collectable friendly ships, laser upgrades and un-lockable bonus games all add up to make a great gameplay experience.
Macgamestore: Bullet Candy
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