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Developer: Dexion Games

Publisher: Dexion Games

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Defend the planet Game

In "Defend the planet" you are the pilot of a Spaceship that rotates around a planet and can shoot. The objetive is to kill all enemies and don't let them get to the planet.
There are different types of enemies and a lot of "buffs" trough the gameplay.

What to expect:

-Different types of enemies.

-Destructible shot improvements during gameplay.

-Destructive defend improvements during gameplay.

-Cool minimalist style.

-Funny, simple and relaxing gameplay.

How to play:

-Arrow keys to move the spaceship

-Space to shoot (Each press of Space is a rocket)

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Here are the best games like Defend the planet :

Games like Defend the planet: space eater force,Space Wars: Darth Star,Engare,Saboteur,Q*bert,Tiny Bubbles,Microprose Soccer,GO AWAY, THERE'S KUMIS OVER THERE!,Skipper,Last Hope

1. space eater force

space eater force game icon Warning: contains inflation (by eating too much :P)
This is a combination of a shoot 'em up game and an eating simulator where you must battle to find the food , and eat the food to level up  in battle .
Currently only two stages and three characters
Give them food until they have full bellies :3  ( level and capacity increases with each eating session)
The key is to retreat when you can't win.
Some links:

2. Space Wars: Darth Star

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3. Engare

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4. Saboteur

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5. Q*bert

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6. Tiny Bubbles

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7. Microprose Soccer

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Your ship explodes and you are left desperately clutching to a tiny planet in an attempt to power your suit until help arrives. Clutch to life in the eerily serene beauty of space with an epic orchestral soundtrack, Last Hope will have your heart racing in all the best ways.

- Last 3 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 3 minutes, or 2 hours for the ultimate test.
- Engaging and relaxing....

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12. Where's My Helmet?

Where's My Helmet? game icon "Where's my Helmet?" is a platform game inspired by the old classics. Featuring original game mechanics, "Where's my Helmet?" allows the player to develop different strategies to progress through each level with a fun Nordic theme game.
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13. Missiles!

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14. UniOne

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70+ Beautifully crafted mind bending levels.
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Optimized for human brains.

Hope you will like it!...

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