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AstroMenace 3D Space Scroll-shooter


AstroMenace 3D space scroll-shooter for Linux and Windows.

AstroMenace is a modern, open source, 3D scrolling hardcore space shooter with spaceship upgrade possibilities.

Feel the adrenaline from an intense space battle against swarms of alien invaders.

You can improve your ship configuration by installing new weapons, defensive systems, power stations and much more.

Collect money during the combat and invest them into turning your spaceship into an ultimate weapon of mass destruction.

A friendly interface, easy controls, and fancy 3D graphics will bring you straight into the heart of galactic war.

Throughout the game you will face many cunning opponents, each having unique tactics and strategies and all trying to give you a rough time in their own peculiar way.

So you’ll need quick-wits and a steady hand in order to evade their attacks and survive the onslaught.

AstroMenace 3D space scroll-shooter for Linux and Windows.

Features include:

  • High quality 3D graphics.
  • 15 diverse levels.
  • 22 playable ships each with its own unique attributes.
  • Wide variety of armaments and weapon upgrades.
  • Collect money during the combat and invest them into turning your spaceship into an ultimate weapon of mass destruction.
  • Pilot profiles.
  • Create your own levels.

License: GNU GPL v3 or any later version

Version: 1.41

Size: 56.6 MB

System requirements:

  • 1GHz CPU.
  • 256MB RAM.
  • 130MB hard disk space.
  • 3D class video card with 32MB of memory or higher.

How to install via a terminal window:

sudo apt-get install astromenace

Press Enter,

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