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Siberian Strike: Episode II (J2ME)

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This is the sequel to Siberian Strike, based on the Palm game of the same name originally released in 2002, but split up and converted for mobile phones as two separate games. In this 1942-like top-down vertically-scrolling shooter, you are Eliot Freeman and you start playing right away in level 4a in a fight against the Russians. No further background story is offered. This game consists of three additional levels, split up into two parts each with an end boss. The action takes place on the Russian seaboard, an underground passage and finally at the enemy's base.

The gameplay itself has not been changed. You need to destroy everything on the screen, and your base weapon (two bullets) can be upgraded to up to four. Additional pick-ups include medals for extra points, planes providing extra lives, bombs destroying everything on the screen, and a green icon to summon two companions providing additional fire for a short time. You can also charge a mega ray at will, by keeping a key pressed for three seconds, causing more damage than with regular bullets.

Enemies include tanks, planes, stationary turrets, trains and giant missiles. Certain parts of the environment can also be destroyed to reveal bonuses. The game supports autofire and sports a high score screen.


Siberian Strike: Episode II J2ME Attacked by planes as well as tanks.
Siberian Strike: Episode II J2ME Title screen
Siberian Strike: Episode II J2ME Inside the enemy base, attacked by a heavily protected train.
Siberian Strike: Episode II J2ME End boss (level 6)

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Sciere (268297) added Siberian Strike: Episode II (J2ME) on Nov 24, 2006