As the mysterious and powerful "Guardian of Earth" your steely eye and HYPER-POWERED LASER ARM have kept the citizens of Earth safe for generations (as well as proving a hit with the ladies). With all your awesome TALENT and FLAIR, surely it would be IMPOSSIBLE for a devastating invasion of Doom Beasts to descend on your cities and cause havoc without your knowledge? (Even if you were MAYBE showboating for a magazine photo-shoot at the time...) Now, you must not only defend your cities from the ravenous hordes of Doom Beasts - you must defend yourself against accusations of gross incompetence from the Galactic Council of Justice! And this is all BEFORE you can even start to get to the bottom of just who OR what is really behind the attacks... Key features: Story mode featuring 15 levels over 5 unique stages 11 enemy types 5 gigantic boss battles 4 Infinite Mode Stages 24 Challenge Mode Stages 14 Bonus Magazine articles to unlock 12 Glittering Awards to discover 6 Dramatic Courtroom cutscenes Steam Achievements, Global Leaderboards & Steam Cloud Support Controller Support
A Small toy where we manage the protector of the Earth. We Fly forward and kill everything that moves. Levels are not much different from each other (whether it is Moscow, Japan or space-differences in only one form of monsters), the types of enemies are not too many. Bossa very interesting, but unbalanced-according to the tradition of bad games, the final boss is the easiest in the game, but the penultimate fought decently.
The First stages are played too slowly, and only at the end (Moscow and space) dynamics becomes cheerful and the game begins to tighten. But soon it ends. Interest can keep a good shuttle mod, but it's all wrong. The Game has enough hours for 2, no more.
Steam, Apr 19, 2019
Translated by Microsoft from French
First offered via the PlayStation mini service a year ago, the shooter who's that flying is now available on PC via the steam service, to the delight of the followers of the genre.
As the horizontal-scrolling shooting games were Legion, the developers of who's that flying could hardly revolutionize the genre. However, their game has a special signature, both in terms of Visual invoice and gameplay. You play as the guardian of the Earth, who must defend his cities from fierce hordes of creatures of darkness, but also shed light on the accusations of serious incompetence that the Galactic Council of Justice has launched against him. Would it be possible for another guardian of the solar system to be jealous of the media attention he receives on Earth? This story allows the guardian of the Earth to relate his exploits and the player to relive them through 15 levels, taking place in 5 regions of the globe, each proposing new enemies. Fun fact, you will be able to hit a fatal blow to the most tough enemies, by repeatedly pressing a button at the right time. In addition, when you show precision and eliminate enemies in quantity, powerful and spectacular shots can be unlocked.
Who's that flying innovates by combining shooter and city defense. Indeed, although you are an invincible hero, you will be unable to defend yourself for a short while if you get hit, and your enemies will have the opportunity to enter the city. If you let too many enemies enter, the city will be destroyed and you will not complete the level. Enemies will also try to stop you by moving in a surprising way or by making use of training. Colossal guardians will also be waiting for you in every part of the world. You will have to defeat them before the clock stops and the city is reduced to dust. The game encourages you to play each level again to get medals and even achieve perfection. Once the game is over, an infinite mode is unlocked, with a world ranking, as well as a challenge mode, offering 24 diverse challenges, some of which are formidable. Various items can be unlocked, like trophies or pages of magazines.
Who's that flying is very friendly, as long as you play with a joystick. It would have been interesting to be able to embody the other guardians of the solar system, each with different abilities.
Positive points: + satisfactory firing power + original enemy formations + good replayability negative points:-inadequate keyboard/mouse controls-undocumented controller controls