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In Jets'n'Guns you assume the role of a freelance pilot who has to save the entire Universe. Your old Colonel, aboard the United Space Ship Impotence, enlists you back into space military to foil the plans of evil warlord Xoxx who has stolen a gigantic space gun with the power to destroy the entire Universe.

This humorous side-scrolling shooter will let the player pilot various space-ships and features upgradable weapons. These upgradable weapons should be used in combination with each other and the player must choose which weapons suit which levels the best. Upgrades also include ship defenses as well as cooling mechanisms and engines. Destroyed ships come crashing down damaging other ships and units on the ground.


Jets 'n' Guns Windows There are 2 things you have to keep an eye on: hull integrity and heat.
Jets 'n' Guns Windows The robotruck can be hacked to work for you.
Jets 'n' Guns Windows Main menu
Jets 'n' Guns Windows Electric barrier

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