Summary: Un juego entretenido basado en destruir naves espaciales y mas adelante vas matando naves mas grandes (jefes) Lo que mas me ha gustado del juego es que es muy básico y cumple su función, destruir naves a diestro y siniestro.
Summary: I have no idea why people appreciate this game but people see things differently. That's why we have world wars and conflicts between countries. Sometimes certain populations are brain washed into believing something ridiculous to be true.
Summary: I think making this type of game is a lost art. I love old school shooters, but this just frustrated me. It looks lovely but it's telling that I'd rather play an old Apogee shooter from 1993 than this.
Summary: There is nothing fun, interesting, or redeeming in this shooter. The gameplay and mechanics are boring, while the graphics and sounds do not add to the experience in any way. The game also suffers from some poorly implemented design choices concerning the visibility of enemy bullets.
Summary: I also agree the Destructoid review doesn't do this game much justice. The core game play is there for shooter fans. This is game is definitely heavy on the visuals and it's certainly possible to get lost in a sea of bullets, but like most shoot 'em ups, Ether Vapor's formula is pattern+execution.
Summary: Unfortunately, i would have to disagree with destructoid in most ways. It was nicely designed, in fact, i love how they could change the camera angles. Sine Mora is superior compared to this game, but this game is just awesome.