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Geometry Wars Retro Evolved - PC (Vista, XP) Download

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InformationOriginally for the XBOX 360. the object of Geometry Wars is to survive as long as possible and score as many points as possible by destroying a constant, ever-increasing swarm of enemies. The player controls a claw-shaped "ship" that can move in any direction using the left thumbstick, and can fire in any direction independently using the right thumbstick. The player can also detonate a bomb that destroys all enemies currently visible on the screen. The game takes place on a rectangular playfield. As the game progresses, the player earns extra lives and additional bombs, and his/her primary weapon changes at regular intervals. Also, enemies spawn in progressively larger quantities and at greater frequency as the game progresses. If an enemy touches the player's ship, it explodes and a life is lost. The game is over when the player loses all of his/her lives.The Evolved version of the game takes place on a playfield that is slightly larger than the display area of the TV screen, and the camera follows the player's movements. A background grid pattern adds to the graphical effects by warping in reaction to player shots and the behavior of certain enemies. This version of the game also introduces a score multiplier that increases to higher levels as the player survives and destroys enemies.Windows VersionGeometry Wars: Retro Evolved for Windows is is a pixel-perfect conversion of the Xbox 360 fan favourite. All of the original enemy and weapon types are present, complete with local leaderboards to track your high scores. With support for keyboard only, keyboard & mouse, and remappable joypad (dual or single stick), all gamers should be able to find a control method they are at home with. Likewise, you can run GW:RE in full screen mode, or in a resizable window, making it as versatile as you like.Geometry Wars for Windows was made entirely in-house by Bizarre Creations, with extensive input from the original Geometry Wars author Stephen Cakebread.
Use a 360 pad if u have onehttp://www.mediafire.com/?actxydy2djx

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