Do you think war should be fun? It certainly will be with InkSplosion!

Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, InkSplosion is a seriously cheap twin stick shooter that fully embraces colour. it is so cheap in fact that just £3.99 will be enough to see your download rocking, rolling and moving at the highest of speeds into your life.

But what is it? Well, InkSplosion sells itself as a twin sticker that sees the only real enemy as that of your previous high score. See, leaderboard placings are what this game is all about as endless levels are decorated with your colourful animations, all created by 5 different weapon types.

With 3 game modes in place – 2 of which promise brutal gameplay – a super addictive soundtrack and the chance to head back in time and time again in order to best your previous scores, InkSplosion should most definitely be a title you should be looking to spend time with.

The Microsoft Store will sort you out with a download should you wish to part with a little pocket money. Go on, you may as well give it a shot.

Game Description:

Why should war be hell when it could be fun? Enter InkSplosion, a single screen twin-stick shooter, where the only real enemy is beating your previous high-score! Inspired by both modern and old school shooters and from the developers behind Midnight Deluxe, InkSplosion is an arcade delight that is simple to learn, yet hard to master, thanks to endless levels that are decorated only by your colourful ammunition. Should you rise to the challenge and emerge experience, it only means it is time to bid “farewell” to Normal mode and say “hello” to Arena and Hard, 2 brutal modes that would offer even the most gung-ho of players a worthy conquest! Once you start playing, it becomes really hard to stop! Features: * 3 Game Modes (Normal, Arena & Hard) * Endless Levels * 5 Different Weapon Types * Original Soundtrack by Levi Bond * Voice over by Barry Dunne

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