Danmaku Unlimited 2 is an indie labor of love to bring classic Japanese vertical shooting action to modern HD systems. Inspired by Japanese doujin shooters and being authentic to a fault, the game features epic stages filled with beautiful but deadly bullet patterns, nail-bitingly difficultDanmaku Unlimited 2 is an indie labor of love to bring classic Japanese vertical shooting action to modern HD systems. Inspired by Japanese doujin shooters and being authentic to a fault, the game features epic stages filled with beautiful but deadly bullet patterns, nail-bitingly difficult boss fights and seriously rocking soundtracks!
- Authentic indie J-STG style action in 60fps HD.
- Battle countless enemies as you fight across 5 beautiful, action-packed stages
- Weave and dodge against unique, exhilarating bullet patterns in epic multi-phase boss battles.
- Level up and outfit the powerful Senko fighter to suit your personal play-style!
- Music by the talented Japanese indie group BLANKFIELD
- 4 levels of difficulty
- Choose between 2 full-featured game modes
- Bonus features: Go for a challenge in the Boss Rush mode or practice your skills in the Free Play mode.
- External controller support
- Steam leaderboards and achievements
- Vertical (tate) mode… Expand
Positive: 0 out of 1
Mixed: 1 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
CD-ActionJul 23, 2014A good, solid shoot’em up that neatly copies from the best representatives of the genre but is accessible even to beginners. [06/2014, p.71]
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Oct 7, 2013Brilliant new SHMUP for Windows the best game of this genre I've played this year in any platform, and one of the best available on theBrilliant new SHMUP for Windows the best game of this genre I've played this year in any platform, and one of the best available on the Windows platform full stop. Excellent, clean graphics, with high visibility within the ensuing onscreen (beautiful) madness, and a clear and obvious hitbox on the player-controlled ship. Quick, responsive controls tested so far with a homemade arcade control stick as well as a PS3 controller through Motioninjoy drivers. This game supports 90-degree rotated screen/portrait/TATO mode, so I much prefer to play it that way. And, finally, the soundtrack is excellent... very good, drivings rhythm. My only point of criticism is that I wish the leaderboards were online as well as local, but that may happen in time, especially if the developer's Steam Greenlight drive is successful. Also, the price is unbelievably cheap and cheerful I would happily pay a bit more, but I'm not complaining. Overall, I've been excited about this title since I played the pre-release demo a few months ago, and I think the final work is an absolute gem. If arcades were still a thing, I'd be pumping quarters into this thing like mad. I find that I really get into the rhythm of this game, almost taking a back seat to my subconscious/intuition while dodging bullets, which isn't something I experience often when gaming if you have to pause and think, you'll be wiped out in a split second! I really hope this small indie developer finds the commercial encouragement to keep developing titles of this genre on Windows. Highly recommended!… Expand
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