Galaxy Warfighter the space shoot’em up release

galaxy warfighter the space shoot’em up game release for linux mac windows pc

Galaxy Warfighter the space shoot’em up game has a release coming for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Qplaze studio and publisher JoyBits. Due to make a debut on Steam soon.

Galaxy Warfighter is a new release and classic space shoot’em up game. One that also comes with a modern twist. Due to make it’s debut on April 16th. Coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC. on PC, Nintendo Switch, Mac, and Linux. While bringing the old ideas into a new way. Pilot a fighter ship, then take on hordes of enemies. But be forewarned, they have unpredictable strategies and attack schemes.

Taking its roots from the classic games in the shoot’em up genre. Galaxy Warfighter is due to challenge you in some seriously fast-paced action. Which you can see in the trailer below.

Galaxy Warfighter – Announcement Trailer

Well, and if you think that the usual enemies are too easy, Galaxy Warfighter will put you face to face with the ruthless bosses. Apparently, we should not underestimate them. Since the game will continue to increase in difficulty. Which will add another layer of challenge in replays.

Features:

  • Learn from your mistakes – or die! Galaxy Warfighter has 10 enemy types. They also utilize a range of well-thought-out attack schemes.
  • Survived regular enemies? It’s just the beginning! 4 unique and tough bosses will await you.
  • Survival of the fittest. Master 8 weapon types in the game. There is also complex system of upgrades.
  • Hard but beautiful. The game features 100 levels with incredible backgrounds.
  • Modern-day nostalgia. Everything in Galaxy Warfighter is made with modern HD graphics but stays true to the genre’s retro style.

Galaxy Warfighter space shoot’em up game. Due to release on Linux, Mac and Windows PC on April 16th. The game even available for pre-purchase on Nintendo Switch with a 30% discount. Hopefully, we have a similar discount at launch.

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