Clean Asia!
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Clean Asia! is a game created by Cactus.

Description

Clean Asia! is an arcade shooter and bullet hell game. It is initially very difficult, but becomes easier as the player practices. Its graphical style is very unique.

Author's Description

The eyes of mankind has decided to leave their hosts and take over the earth. Their first move was to escape to the moon, where they developed their hostile weapon technology. Ten years later they return and forcefully take over some prominent countries in Asia. Thailand and New Korea has both succumb to the hostile threat, while China insists on dealing with the eyes themselves and refuses any helping hands from around the world.

America sends a pair of pilot twins with extroardinary sixth senses to battle against the evil eyes. They both have designed their own space ships that seems to be about the only thing in existance that can be used to battle these terrible fiends.

You have two pilots to choose from; they both have their own unique ships. The first being the ATTRACTOR, and the second the REFLECTOR. These are controlled very differently.

The ATTRACTOR is the ship for the skilled player. It has a unique way of playing as it has no default guns. Instead you can use it to ram into enemies and crush parts of them. The fragments that appear when you crush a piece of the enemy can then be attracted to the player and tossed at the next to do damage. You can also rush through bullets and pick up turrets if an enemy drops them.

The REFLECTOR is an option for the less talented players. Aside from a shield, it has fairly standard guns. It also has a very powerful charged shot and an energy release. Energy is received by absorbing enemy debris and is used to upgrade your weapons.

CONTROLS ARE DISPLAYED ON THE CHARACTER SELECT SCREEN.

The game has three selectable levels that are distinctly different from each other.

External Links

Clean Asia on YYG
Clean Asia on his website


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