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  • Summary: Super Crossfire is an intense shooter with an innovative twist: players can warp between the bottom and top of the screen at anytime. Super Crossfire takes the classic Space Invaders formula and ups the ante with a massive upgrade system, intense gameplay, visuals, and audio, and a huge variety of enemy types. The game includes 150+ waves with multiple difficulty levels and online leaderboards. Super Crossfire is the next evolution in the arcade shooter genre. Expand
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  1. May 29, 2012
    Super Crossfire is an arcade style vertical shooter game with an excessive amount of neon style lights flashing all around and enjoyable music. Its most unique game play mechanic involves flipping from bottom to top, and vice versa. There are many permanent boosts and upgrades to unlock as you accumulate certain amounts of deeds and actions. These will help you further advance in the leaderboards, as well as in the game. There are also upgrades and boosts in-game, but they disappear from your ship when you die. Even though there is something like a campaign mode with chapters to progress through, the main objective of the game seems to be the never ending score attack, as your profile name will appear on the leaderboards for the world to see. Despite this competitive aspect, Super Crossfire is clearly meant as a mostly casual, and quick play experience, and should be treated as such. Because of all the flashing and changing lights, it takes a bit of getting used to, as it is often difficult to see the incoming projectiles and other enemy attacks. The artwork is very basic, and unimaginative, but this fact does not detract from the overall game play fun. Hours will pass and you will be having fun doing the same thing over and over, which to me means that the game keeps you interested and hooked despite its repetitiveness. Even though the music is good, it seems like it's only one song per campaign chapter, which adds to the repetitive nature of Super Crossfire. The most interesting aspect of the game, is by far the upgrades, weapons, and unlocks. It is the reason why you will continue playing. After completing the base campaign and epilogue, the game encourages the player to repeat all levels again to accumulate more points in order to unlock the most advanced difficulty level, and an additional set of levels. While this may sound intriguing at first, you will soon realize that it is a repetition of what has been accomplished previously, only with more difficult enemy waves in addition to utilizing the gained powers. As a casual, once in a while experience, Super Crossfire is a brief, yet enjoyable romp through the arcade shooter memory lane of previous decades, combining tense and fast paced moments with an electric and exciting audio visual ordeal. Expand
  2. Jul 21, 2012
    There's no need to elaborate on this. If you want a new spin on Space Invaders, this is one. I think I might prefer the version on my old Sony Ericsson phone. This one is action prioritized high above depth, tension and concision in gameplay. Collapse