Steel Storm: Burning Retribution in Ubuntu

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on 17 May 2011

Looking for some arcade fun and action? Well then head over to the Ubuntu Software Center and grab a copy of Steel Storm: Burning Retribution?

It’s a fantastic top-down arcade shooter where you battle against numerous invading aliens in a hovercraft. The Kot-in-action team just released the new episode called Burning Retribution, and it’s available in the Software Center now for 9.99 USD – that’s 10% off the normal price.

The new episode has 25 campaign missions as you fight to defend your planet against alien invaders. With more destructive weapons, more bosses, a new sound track and more things to blow up – in other words a whole pile of carnage and fun! If that’s not enough there’s an online mode and you can also create your own missions with a collaborative mission editor.

Here’s the teaser video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmFLEHE5Mn8&feature=player_embedded

There’s a hands-on review on OMG Ubuntu and don’t forget to add your own review in the Software Center for every Ubuntu user to see. So, hurry on over to the Software Center where you can buy it for 10% off the normal price for the next week!

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