Brought to you by the makers of GIGANTIC ARMY, Supercharged Robot VULKAISER, and SATAZIUS, WOLFLAME is a return to the form of glorious 2D vertical shooters like Raiden, Raptor, and Twin Cobra.Read full description
Brought to you by the makers of GIGANTIC ARMY, Supercharged Robot VULKAISER, and SATAZIUS, WOLFLAME is a return to the form of glorious 2D vertical shooters like Raiden, Raptor, and Twin Cobra.
Story: In the year 2005 AD, the Terran colony on planet Sig Fildonia was attacked by an alien race known as the Adorians. The offensive was swift and effective. Within days, the Adorians had destroyed the TDF fleet stationed in orbit, and commandeered the colony facilities, rapidly transforming the planet surface into a sprawling military base. With support ships sent from Earth unable to penetrate the Andorian blockade, the sparse TDF forces that remain on-planet must rally to counter the enemy invasion. They name their desperate resistance "Operation WOLFLAME".
Your experimental Plinius class corvette, the "Siebold", is equipped with a forward-facing cannon, burst effect plasma field, two satellite attack drones stationed at the starboard and port of the craft. The satellites can be individually configured and support numerous tactical configurations.
Ready your reflexes! High speed enemy fire incoming!
Signature ASTRO PORT giant bosses to taken down!
4 difficulty levels from Easy to Insane!
Forward shot, plasma bombs, triple threat attack satellites!
Alien fighter drones, multi-legged tanks, transforming bosses, oh my!
TATE mode support!
36 achievements to conquer!
Online leaderboards to dominate!
Steam trading cards to collect!
WOLFLAME is a 2D vertical shoot em up inspired by similar games from the early 90s. The ship you pilot is able to fire straight ahead, drop bombs that destroy enemies and projectiles in the area, and can deploy a satellite on both of its sides. The satellite can be equipped with different weapons such as lasers, homing missiles, or plasma beams that can shoot through enemies. They can be upgraded and each side can use a different kind of power-up at the same time. The game has 10 stages giving it a decent length, although the early stages are very easy. Apart from the satellites there isn't anything interesting about the game, the stages and enemies are what you would expect from the kind of game that they are trying to emulate they don't really look impressive and the stage backgrounds are usually dull. The game is fun to play though and the low price point makes it easier to recommend for genre fans.
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