5 Addictive Space Age Shooters For Mac
Unlike most other games in its category, instead of playing with just one ship, you get to control a whole army! Galcon Fusion lets you take on up to 12 other real life players either on Mac or on iPad. With multiplayer team games and solo missions, Galactic Fusion has a little bit of everything, and its all in beautiful HD detail. With vibrant colours and a different outcome every time you play, its sure to keep you entertained for hours, even if its name does sounds like a brand of washing up powder or toothpaste.
An alien race is invading the earth and you must travel into space and fight the strange aliens to save humanity. That’s the very simple plot of the game, but there is so much more to discover. The game is made with gameplay in mind as the most important factor, fast arcade fun and lots of adrenaline pumping action. Although the graphics are more retro than the other games reviewed here (not as clean), it has over 100 levels and quaint feel that takes you back to the original game on which Warblade is based: Deluxe Galaga! Warblade encapsulates everything you would expect a galactic shooter to have, and does it rather well.
Journey to Mars orbital station, Titan Prime, a desolate outpost infested with a hostile army of ultra-violent robots. Knock out motion-sensing gun turrets and blast your way through room after room of swarming droids to liberate Titan Prime. Once there, you can destroy the enemy spawning hubs while avoiding deadly falls, electro-charged mines and traps. With Robokill you can gain experience, pick up abandoned weapons and shields, collect cash and hidden loot to upgrade your Mecha with a powerful suite of new armaments and defensive tools. With a great gameplay style and as one of the cheapest of the 5 games in this roundup, its a great place to start, enjoy blowing up some ships!