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Mini Review: Missile Dancer – Ardent Shmup Fans Should Lock-On To This Amazing Indie Blaster From Japan

Get it locked in.

Taking inspiration from the likes of Eighting’s Soukyugurentai and Taiti’s ‘Storm‘ series of shooters, Missile Dancer is a vertically-scrolling shmup with simple yet addictive mechanics; holding down your shot button causes a targeting circle to expand around your craft, and any enemies caught in this circle will be considered ‘locked-on’. Release the button, and a flurry of missiles will destroy all targeted foes, Macross-style.

Your standard shot, meanwhile, is a bit weedy and is best used to deal with incoming enemy missiles, which cannot be targeted by your own. Blowing up enemies releases gems which can be collected to boost your score further, and you’re rewarded for chaining together missile barrages.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Get it locked in.

Taking inspiration from the likes of Eighting’s Soukyugurentai and Taiti’s ‘Storm‘ series of shooters, Missile Dancer is a vertically-scrolling shmup with simple yet addictive mechanics; holding down your shot button causes a targeting circle to expand around your craft, and any enemies caught in this circle will be considered ‘locked-on’. Release the button, and a flurry of missiles will destroy all targeted foes, Macross-style.

Your standard shot, meanwhile, is a bit weedy and is best used to deal with incoming enemy missiles, which cannot be targeted by your own. Blowing up enemies releases gems which can be collected to boost your score further, and you’re rewarded for chaining together missile barrages.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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