Lazer-Hawk is a Cool New Windows 8, 10 Arcade Aircombat Shooter
Previously we have featured some interesting Windows 8 flight games, such as flight simulator game ‘F18 Carrier Landing‘ and flight combat game ‘Cold Alley‘. Now I’ve discovered another interesting one called ‘Lazer-Hawk’; read below for more details on it.
Lazer-Hawk is a fresh new game released in the Windows Store for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 users only, as ARM support for Windows RT users is missing at the moment. The game comes with an approximate size of 186.5 megabytes, so this is not your regular casual mobile game which takes a few MBs. While the game is pretty cheap at $1.49 for what it offers, it’s a pity that there’s not a free trial option available, but I hope a future update will make it available.
New cool flight game lands in the Windows Store
Lazer Hawk – is next-generation arcade aircombat shooter with stunning 3D graphics and insane Music, awesome effects and unique gameplay. If you like games like 1942 meets 1980, Raptor, After Burner, R-Type, Stargunner, Radiant Silvergun, Sky Target, Siberian Strike, this game is for you.
For its initial release, the game comes with 10 missions, 8 different planes, 66 enemies, plenty of pickups, 12 different weapons along with amazing lighting and special effects. The game comes with great background music and high-quality 3D environments. There will be more than 25 bosses that you will encounter in your gameplay, so make sure you master the physics and control of the plan to beat them all.
You can play with your fingers, gamepad (Xbox controllers are also supported), mouse and keyboard. What you pay is what you get – there are no inside app purchases, micro-transactions, hidden costs and advertisements. Follow the link from below to get this interesting new game on your Windows 8 devices.
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