Retro gaming fans probably know the 16-Bit shooter world quite well with titles such as Raiden, Space Megaforce, the Thunder Force series, Axelay and many more. The old saying, they just don’t make them like that anymore comes to mind as I struggle to think of very many recent titles that hearken back to those days. Mikael Tillander has worked to remedy that greavious mistake in current gaming with the release of Twin Tiger Shark for Windows. It is free by the way.
Taking advantage of current capabilities available, Twin Tiger Shark features online hi-scores and different viewing aspect ratios (covering both widescreen and SD style monitors). Twin Tiger Shark has six levels that can loop forever (though you don’t have to), three different diffiulty levels and weapon types, smart bombs and even helper planes that can save your sorry butt.
Oh, Twin Tiger Shark also is ramping up the challenge level with NO continues. How is that for challenge?
Twin Tiger Shark by Mikael Tillander
Genre: Overhead scrolling shooter
Available now at http://mix256.itch.io/twin-tiger-shark
Source: Indie Retro News