You have free 4 times to play for each times. If your times is left 0 then the game ends. You can watch to play continue
HOW TO PLAY
🎮 Touch the screen and drag in the corresponding direction to move your pixel jeep.
🎮 Attack enemy's territory within your jeep weapon's radius. If there are many targets, the closet one will be prioritized.
🎮 Shoot 'em up so that you can complete all missions, including rescue your brother in arms and take them to the airplane safely;
🎮 You can upgrade your jeeps and weapons to their maximum power.
WHAT MAKES YOU LOVE THIS GAME?
- Classic theme with impressive pixel graphic
- Modern gameplay, easy to control for everyone
- 36+ levels to conquer 🔥
- Offline mode 📶: so that you can enjoy it everywhere, at any time you want.
*** Going commando
The game casts you as a pumped up commando with an itchy trigger finger and a license to to level your immediate surroundings.
Each level funnels you through a daunting obstacle course of gun-toting grunts, snipers, RPG wielders and more. Along the way you can free captive soldiers, who will then join your assault (until they inevitably die mere seconds later - some liberator you are).
The controls are standard twin-stick shooter fare - the left virtual control stick for movement, the right for aiming and shooting.
I say 'standard', but this is actually one of the worst-calibrated efforts I've played in a while. The aiming is way off, with your character seeming to take an age to shoot in the direction you want, frequently skipping past your target altogether.
*** Unfriendly fire
While we're on the subject of poor controls, the way your character shuffles along facing the last direction you shot is really irritating. Why they don't face the way you're moving when you're not shooting, I don't know.
Another handling mishap comes with the treatment of those rescued soldiers. Rather than move and shoot on their own, they essentially turn into clones of your main character, mirroring your every move and shooting where you shoot.
Don't get me wrong, these controls aren't a total write-off in isolation. But their general jankiness is exacerbated by the game's crazy difficulty level, and by the all-out assault that comes your way each and every level.
The graphics are a nice nod to the past, with a familiar pixel-art style and a knowingly silly sense of humour. But it's nothing we haven't seen done many times in recent years.