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Phoenix Force

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A dragon, a giant eye and the grim reaper confront you using fireballs, lasers and sickles. What do you do?

A) Say the game is unfair because you die with a single hit and there are no weak enemies and then cry with your mama; or
B) Dodge all this bullet hell and destroy the enemies in 30 seconds because you are a real gamer!

Phoenix Force is a shoot 'em up about a group of phoenixes that fight big and strong mythological creatures in over 100 levels. It takes the boss battle as the foundation for every level, creating engaging and challenging fast battles that will require your best strategies and reflexes.

The game starts a long time ago, when Earth was hit by meteors and everything burned to ashes. The Phoenix of Fire, Fury, was the first to reborn, and found the world full of monsters, the bosses, and rescued the other Phoenixes: Cryo of Ice, Tupã of Thunder, Gaia of Earth and Gast of Ghost. Together they are the Phoenix Force and they have to travel all the continents of our world in a journey to eliminate all the bosses in 100 really challenging battles.

Are you skilled enough to prove yourself the best?
This shmup will show you no mercy!
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Awoker Games
Awoker Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Dual Core 1.3 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0a
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Phoenix Force reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Spain
Maybe It's taken me too long to finish it, but it's been worth the dozens of times I've lost at each level to just one more blow to pass it. Try again and again, until you get to see that star in the center of the screen really fills you with satisfaction. -Quite entertaining Game where if you play all day you can spend it or if you leave it for a while to go---playing it a few hours a day, you take maximum one week. -Very simple, but does not take away the fun. -Bosses with known patterns, which are easy to dodge, a bit difficult when they are more than 3, but still can. -Although you have a variety of up to 6 Fenix, I assure you that at least you use two for most of the game. If you see it on offer do not hesitate to buy it, will ensure a few hours of distraction.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
-Phoenix Force-The Game initially looked like a classic "Shoot ' em up" game. But apart from the Music and Graphics as well as the various Phoenix Classes, the Game didn't really convince me. Because: Everything is kept quite concentrated and so there are no Opponents from the top and bottom or from the right and left, but all Opponents have a fixed Track on which they move and just spray Bullets. At the Start, however, Opponents have 2 Levels of difficulty and maximum 4 Opponents are to be fought at the same time, you lose the Pleasure quite quickly, because you don't have an HP display, but dies after the first Hit and has to play the Level from the front. Even Varied is the Game not really, as the Opponents repeat themselves and only the Constellation changes. The Same applies to the Levels, which artificially protracts the Game. The Idea as well as the Graphics were good, but the Implementation unfortunately failed.
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Microsoft from Spain
Being as so demanding the genre of the Shoot'em ' up, and more specifically the bullet hell, Phoenix Force is presented as a more than interesting option for those who are not very familiar with their mechanics and various tricks. The most curious Thing is without a doubt its control system, completely focused on the management of the mouse. In this way you get an absolutely millimetre precision, which will make us feel genuine pros dodging treacherous bullets and leaving situations that with a more classic movement system possibly we would be almost impossible to overcome. Besides, you have to keep in mind that the shot is automatic, which is very comfortable and makes handling even easier if possible. However, in the same way, the special skills are also released automatically, which forces us to wait for X time before we can use them. A simple and intelligent way to add a little strategy to a game that is quite simple for the most part. In short, it is nothing of the other world, does not stand out within its genre, but lets play and is very fun, apart from being quite long, with two hundred levels to overcome to unlock all the extras. A good option to little you like the genre.
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