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  • Summary: Destroy countless enemies in this addictive and visually stunning dual stick space-age shooter.

    Use the intuitive and familiar dual stick controls to guide your craft through the field of enemies with one analogue stick while at the same time clearing a path with your
    blaster. Things start off simple but soon you will have to deal with countless enemies intent on colliding with your craft and turning you into an explosion of pixels!

    The darkness of space never looked so bright, vibrant and colorful enemies of all shapes and sizes fill the screen and explode in a hail of bullets in glorious HD as you blast your way to a new high score!

    Collect power-ups as you zip around the field turning your regular cannon into a myriad of ultra powerful weapons. Fire bullets in every direction, watch them ricochet off the walls and into your foes. Use lasers, bombs and special weapons to destroy the incoming craft!

    There are six survival modes including – Zombie, Snake and Insane mode. Infinity Field also features a full campaign mode with hugely challenging bosses, as well as a fun, competitive multiplayer option.

    Infinity Field is fully integrated with Crystal and there are tons of achievements to be collected. Go head to head with your friends and compete for the highest score out there!
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  1. Aug 30, 2011
    As far as twin stick shooters go, Infinity Field is up at the top of the ladder.
  2. Feb 8, 2011
    An exceptional endless mode suite makes Infinity Field the Geometry Wars clone to beat.
  3. Mar 7, 2011
    Apart from somehow managing to be a game that looks every bit as beautiful as the title it so obviously reveres, and despite the perennial handicap of virtual thumbsticks. Infinity Field plays remarkably well.
  4. Feb 15, 2011
    As with most Chillingo games, it excels at providing a sublime mobile experience that anyone can jump into. At $0.99, you can't pass up a return on investment on fun.
  5. Sep 21, 2011
    Infinity Field is a pleasant surprise, a very good clone of Geometry Wars, indeed. The two game modes included provide hours of entertainment, and the developers also did a great job with controls and graphics. Definitely a very, very nice twin analog shooter for a bargain price.
  6. Feb 8, 2011
    Infinity Field offers a mind-blowing visual experience that will assault your eyes and ears and put your reflexes to the ultimate test. It might not do much to push the boundaries of the twin-stick shooter genre but it certainly perfects the concept and is a fantastic bargain for only $2.
  7. Mar 1, 2011
    The one spot I'd criticize are the visuals in particular. While the particle stuff on the explosions are great, I think the art comes off as a little flat.

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