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  • Summary: Not compatible with IPhone 3GS or IPod Touch."A pure action experience wrapped in a pretty package, the gameplay is incredibly fun and the controls work well" (Portable Gaming Region)"Feels like a spiritual successor to the wildly successful Rogue Squadron series" (PocketNot compatible with IPhone 3GS or IPod Touch."A pure action experience wrapped in a pretty package, the gameplay is incredibly fun and the controls work well" (Portable Gaming Region)"Feels like a spiritual successor to the wildly successful Rogue Squadron series" (Pocket Gamer)An epic battle across the stars puts you in the pilot seat for some amazing fun! Join up with Alpha Squadron and take on the evil Hadian Empire in this 3D Action flight game. With missions set in deep space as well as planetside sorties versus hordes of enemy fighters and capital ships, you will be immersed in the intergalactic conflict! Dogfight with enemy ships amidst beautiful floating cities, desolate desert planets and dangerous asteroid belts as you fight to stay alive and protect your fleet. Dodge the laser blasts as you provide cover for a planetary evacuation, capture an Imperial General and rescue prisoners of war. Launch your starfighter through a thrilling tunnel chase in a race against time to stop a galactic superweapon of doom! Awesome cinematic graphics and intense action packed gameplay! Collapse
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  1. Jan 18, 2013
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    Criticisms aside, Alpha Squadron strikes enough of the same notes that its overall chord will certainly feel and sound familiar. Though the mission structure seems rather dogfight heavy, players will find more than enough gameplay to justify the $2.99 sticker price. Most importantly, it plays like it could have existed in the GameCube era, which is enough to render it an instant purchase.