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  • Summary: ###?Important: Please read the following before downloading this application.?###-Compatibility: iPhone4 & up, iPod touch 4thGen. & up and iPad2 & up.-Compatible OS: iOS 4.3 & up.-This application will use mass volume of memory. Please note the application may not function properly or shutdown without any notice when used with limited memory space.-Turning ON the accessibility option setting may cause malfunctions in certain features.########? Game Overview?The famous DoDonPachi Blissful Death (DoDonPachi Dai Ou Jou) is now back for the first time in 10 years! The legendary shooters is now available for all on iOS.This port now consists with exhilarating combo and hyper systems but will you be able to dodge and survive the ultimate bullet hell?*This application will only consist the arcade version.? Premium Version?-6 different types of ships with 4 different difficulty levels to selectCombination of ships A or B with three Elemental Dolls (Shotia, Leinyan, EXY) each with distinctive characters can be used. 4 levels of difficulty levels enables wide range of players from beginners to experts to experience the all "DoDonPachi" world!-Well known combo system for DoDonPachi SeriesAdded with the hyper system, the original combo attacks have now reached to another level. Use the combo system efficiently to reach the high scores!-Practice Mode availableUse this feature to practice and aim for the best!-Versatility just for the Smartphone versionControls adapted to the iPhone feature slide controls for comfortable play! Dash and weave through Bullet Heaven!Use the option menu to change multiple settings of the game.-Compatible with GAMECENTER & OpenFeint! Check the online rankings!Rankings are available for every types of ships and Elemental Dolls.Complete with players from around the world!Go for a full achievement list!###?Visit us at,CAVE WORLD Official Homepagehttp://www.cave-world.com/en/CAVE WORLD Official Twitterhttp://twitter.com/cave_world_enCAVE WORLD Official Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/CAVECoLtd Expand
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  1. Feb 10, 2012
    It's significantly more difficult than Resurrection to gain a good score and relies on a good knowledge of enemy patterns and levels. This might put some newer gamers off and anyone new to the series would probably be better of starting with the other game, but for Bullet Hell veterans, Blissful Death might be just the challenge they need.
  2. Feb 24, 2012
    DoDonPachi Blissful Death is a great vertical shooter, one of the best on the App Store. It lacks the variety of DoDonPachi Resurrection, but still delivers a solid, hardcore gameplay.
  3. Feb 10, 2012
    Another bullet-dodging thrill ride from the king of crazy shmups. But as a straight port of a 2002 arcade game, it doesn't feel as fresh as its Cave cohorts.
  4. Feb 10, 2012
    It's a great game, and all bullet hell fans owe it to themselves to pick this up. The sheer detail of the sprite graphics, crazy over the top weapons and explosions, combined with the usual techno/classic/rock music mix, ensures a shooter experience that only CAVE can offer.
  5. Feb 13, 2012
    DoDonPachi Blissful Death takes you a few years in to the past before the events of Resurrection and puts you in control of the 'dolls' you'll eventually need to destroy; as such it's just as frantic and energetic as the series ever gets and a solid release from bullet-hell developer CAVE.
  6. Feb 15, 2012
    It really is just what you would expect - another solid Cave release. However, as good as all of their ports are, I can't help but wish that Cave would come up with another built-for-iOS experience like Bug Panic!
  7. Feb 17, 2012
    DoDonPachi's futuristic sci-fi setting isn't inspired in itself, but everything from the portraits of the cyber-dolls (uh?) that control your ship to the the elaborate bosses look fantastic.

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