99 Waves to Die

Released in October 2013 by SpookyFish Games
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About 99 Waves to Die

99 Waves to Die was first released on 24 October 2013 by SpookyFish Games and is compatible with M.O.J.O., Razer Forge TV and OUYA. Since its initial release, 99 Waves to Die received two subsequent version updates.

99 Waves to Die belongs to three genres: Arcade/Pinball, Dual Stick and Retro. It has an age rating of Everyone.

Over the course of its lifespan, users 'liked' 99 Waves to Die 67 times, and left 170 ratings, registering an average score of four stars out of five.

For further info, check out the developer's description below and/or view the screenshots and video elsewhere on the page.

From The Developer

99 Waves to Die is a twin stick arcade shooter, inspired by the arcade games, and 8-bit home consoles/computers, of the 1980′s.

Remember when video games used to be insanely difficult?
When you used to spend £’s in the local arcade trying to get the high score?
When having your three letter initials/acronym at the top of the table meant you were the king?
Well we do, and that is why we have created 99 Waves to Die.
A ship, 3 lives, limited smart-bombs and scarce power-ups is all you have to try and survive the waves of enemies that rally against you.
With voxel based graphics, inspired by 80′s video game classics & excellent 8-bit audio fx, 99 Waves to Die will take you back to those seedy, dark, smoke filled arcades of your childhood. Re-live the 80′s heyday of the arcade, but without the 10p’s.
Can you survive to see Wave 99?

Version Release History

Version Released
1.21 July 9, 2014
1.01 February 8, 2014
1.01 October 24, 2013

Videos (1)

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