Beekyr

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Third party DRM: Other

Playfire Client required to download and play.

Description

Beekyr is a 'bullet hell' 16-bit style shoot'em up, that leads our cool bee through 23 amazing levels* in fields, trees, forests, rivers, waterfalls, jungles and caves to avenge his queen and hive from the nasty wasp queens and their soldiers... Very similar to space shooters but set in the world of bugs.


Key Features:

  • Over 13.000 downloads in Google Play and very positive feedback.

  • Very playable, we took extra time to develop a game that would cater to all audiences with 6 difficulty settings, going from very easy to super hard bullet-hell style gameplay.

  • Controls are customisable with options available for all kinds of players.

  • Playable with touch screens, gamepads, X-arcade, mouse or keyboard.

  • Accessible: gamepad pre-configured to play with just one hand

  • Horizontal and Vertical stages with varying gameplay style

  • Beautiful graphics themed in 5 different colorful worlds

  • 16 amazing hi-fi soundtrack retro style.

  • Worldwide leaderboards (Google Play / iOS version)

  • 4 secret stages

  • Madness level contest

Customer reviews

70

An enjoyable shoot em up with good music

Legolas_Katarn | Feb. 9, 2016 | See all Legolas_Katarn's reviews »

Beekyr is a bullet hell shoot em up that has both vertical and horizontal sections. It's a straightforward shoot em up with only the ability to move, shoot, and use bombs but there are a variety of powerups that can have you firing more powerful shots, spread shots, shooting behind you, etc. The art of your character and destructible objects is pretty bland but your enemies are varied and look ok and the backgrounds are nice. The music is also well done. The game is on the more difficult side so it can also be a good game for those looking for a challenge. 23 stages give the game more length than most games in the genre, worth a try for the low price.