Lancy finds herself as a Sky Warrior at the helm of a new generation fighter which is under-equipped, struggling to gain the trust of a lothian colony on shmupnage who themselves have been burned by the corporate funded Freedom Fighters United who are using bio-organisms to drain the planet of valuable resources.
Move around to avoid getting hit.
Shoot the aliens until they perish.
Grab pickups to restore health or boost your attack, and collect stars to purchase ship upgrades.
Some of the attacks in this game are bright and have flickering lights. Gamers with epilepsy should not play this game.
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Sky Warrior Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Move around the screen to avoid getting hit & defeat as many aliens as you can before they take you out. After each game use the stars you collected to purchase upgrades to strengthen your ship.
Starting the Game
Tap anywhere on the game loading screen to bring up the welcome screen.
Start vs continue
Press the START button on the welcome screen to begin a new game.
The welcome screen has a button next to the START button to CONTINUE your prior play.
The welcome screen has a More Games button at the bottom center. Sound and music control buttons are above the START and CONTINUE buttons.
Press your mouse left click button to fire and move the cursor around the screen to move your ship.
Use the on-screen controls.
Controls & indicators
The upper left corner of the screen shows how much health you have remaining and how powered up your attacks are.
The top center of the screen shows your current score.
The upper right corner shows your current star collection.
The lower right corner of the screen has a pause button.
The upgrades menu shows you how much you have upgraded each feature and the cost for the next upgrade of each.
This is a modern web-based take on classic shump games.
You control a spaceship with orbiting robots & are taking on an alien invasion.
Each time you play you earn experience which can be used to upgrade your weaponry and defenses.
After an upgrade is purchased it remains equipped on all subsequent plays.
This game consists of ordinary enemies and periodic boss battles.
When you defeat enemies they drop pickups which can be used to upgrade your ship or deliver powerful attacks.
Pick up hearts to restore lost health.
Upgrade your ship after each play until you are fully upgraded.
Stars can be used to purchase upgrades.
You start the game with 1,000 stars.
Every 5 minutes (or so) of playing you get a 1,000 star bonus at the end of the game.
Each time you defeat enemies you have a chance to collect stars which can be used for purchasing in-game upgrades.
Stars typically range in value from 1 to 20.
You can also earn extra stars by completing bounties. Bounty categories include:
Beat each of the 3 bosses.
Defeat a set number of enemies.
Deal a set amount of damage.
Survive for a set number of seconds or minutes.
In this game you can use the stars you have collected to upgrade hit points, main gun, ship speed, magnet, bots number, bots stats, big laser, missiles number, missiles power, and drop chance.
Hit points – how many hits you can take.
Upgrades cost 500, 750, 1,500, and 2,500.
When fully upgraded you have 6 units of health.
You start the game with 2 units of health.
If you lose health you can restore a lost container by running over a heart pickup.
This determines how many shots it will take you to defeat an enemy.
Ship speed – how quickly you can move across the screen.
Upgrades cost 100, 150, 250, 450, and 1,000.
This determines how quickly you can move around the screen and evade enemy fire.
Magnet – improves the ease of picking up items, as it allows you to grab them without directly touching them.
Upgrades cost 100, 200, 400, 600, and 800.
Bots number – how many bots you have circling your main ship.
Upgrades cost 2,000 and 4,000.
Each upgrade adds another support bot.
Bots stats – the firepower of your support bots.
Upgrades cost 500, 750, 1,000, 2,000, and 3,000.
Big laser – the power and size of the big laser when you scroll over the pickup.
Upgrades cost 500, 1,250, and 2,500.
Missiles number – how many missiles you can shoot at a time.
The second missile costs 1,000, and the third missile costs 3,000.
Missiles power – how strong your missiles are.
Upgrades cost 250, 500, 750, 1,500, and 2,500.
Drop Chance – the probability enemies will drop something.
Upgrades cost 1,000, 1,500, 2,250, 3,250, and 4,500.
You are given unlimited firepower, so keep shooting at all times.
If there are no enemies on the screen move from side to side spraying bullets so that when the enemies appear they are already partly damaged.
When you attack an enemy keep shooting it until it is dead unless you need to move to evade shots from it.
Try to play on the lower part of the screen most of the time so you have more time to react to new enemies entering the screen.
Pick up the stars right away if you can, but the other pickups can wait unless they are needed.
If you already have full health wait to use a heart pickup until you have lost health, as you can not hold more than your max health.
If there are no enemies on the screen or if you already are actively using a laser pickup do not run over another one.
Upgrade your main gun early as that will allow you to clear enemies more quickly.
Next upgrade the magnet (so it is easier to earn stars from your play) then upgrade the ship speed.
Some enemies move side to side in a way that can be hard to track & shoot at an angle. Upgrading your rocket power and number of rockets shot can help you deal with them as rockets can attack enemies which are not directly above you.
After that you can fill in upgrading other features, doing cheaper ones first & setting up a second bot and second missile, then go for more expensive upgrades as you progress.
When boss battles begin you will typically see a number of pickups on the screen.
If your health is less than full pick up as many health as needed to restore to full health.
Use the laser pickup early in boss battles to do a lot of damage right away.
Some of the bosses also have smaller minion which appear periodically. It is typically worth shooting these right away when they appear, unless they appear in a pattern where they will quickly move offscreen without you needing to kill them.
After defeating bosses you get another batch of pickups. Wait to use the laser pickups until there are enemies on the screen.
The first boss sprays bullets in all directions.
Since you fire straight up it is best to be at the bottom centered below the boss and fire directly at him, only moving side to side slightly to track it and to evade any shots that you were unable to shoot down.
The second boss has both a scattered shot and a direct aimed shot.
Move side to side as needed to evade the directed shot.
If your ship is highly upgraded you can likely shoot your way through the scattered spray shot without needing to evade.
Spend most of your time directly below the boss shooting straight up at him.
The arms light up at the tip when the arms are about to fire laser beams down at you. Make sure you are either inside the torso or outside the arms area when the lasers come.
Sometimes the boss aims a steady stream of bullets at you. This is the time it can make sense to move outside the torso to evade those bullets, and then move right back inside as soon as it is safe.
The fourth boss is a repeat of the third boss, though with way more hit points, making him far harder to defeat.
The game is suited for players who like shoot ’em up games inspired by Galactica.
The game has no adult themed content.
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