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Galaxian

Galaxian (APP2) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Genre: Shooter
Developer: Atari

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Reader Reviews

Galaxian review

Reviewed April 08, 2009

aschultz says: "It's hard to imagine an arcade game I hate more than Galaxian. In fact, after completing a couple of levels on an arcade machine(free, no less,) I walked away out of exasperation. The Apple version, however, is patently different. It's faster and more intense, and the aliens swoop maniacally at you. So Galaxian feels more like Galaga than its arcade namesake, though without the memorable bonus rounds. You feel it shouldn't be hard and can vacillate between "this is easy" and "oh no, going to die..."
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