Play Chicken Invaders 5 Christmas Edition and save the holiday season
The invading intergalactic chickens are back in business. They’re unleashing their dark forces on Christmas Eve, when everyone awaits the dawn of Christmas Day. They’ve hatched a dark plan to make sure there will be no opening of presents, no riding a one-horse sleigh, no Christmas dinner.
Bundled with eye-catching graphics, the Chicken Invaders 5 Christmas Edition, has an interesting back story as well. While everyone is preparing for the dawn of Christmas Day, evil intergalactic chickens invade Earth. They want to take revenge against the human race and make us pay for what we’ve done to Earth chickens.
Their plan involves blocking out sunlight and killing all human beings. Your task is to dismantle their plan and heroically save the day.
Players are given a huge responsibility to fight the most important battle of the galaxy against these evil birds. If you fail, Christmas as we know it, will be history and this can’t happen.
To boost your gameplay, you can customize your very own aircraft. The settings allow you to change the color of the wings, base of the aircraft, engine, and upgrade your weapons.
You can grab your mate to get gaming together, as Chicken Invaders 5 Christmas Edition supports multiplayer. Or, if you want to be the only hero, there is a single player option available, as well.
Apart from a stable internet connection, there are several other requirements your computer needs to meet.
Chicken Invaders 5 Christmas Edition system requirements
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 220 MB available space
Already got what the game needs? Grab it on Steam for only $3.00. You can also get the 10% discount on bundles and Chicken Invaders 5 Deluxe.
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