Frima Studios Releases Retro-esque Shoot em’ Up, ‘A Space Shooter for Free’

Frima Studios has ported their popular retro-style shoot’em up A Space Shooter for Free to Android this week, bringing yet another awesome time waster to your favorite mobile platform.  Costing – you guessed it – nothing to download the game puts players in the role of Commander P. Jefferson, an alien-hating starfighter who heads the USS Eradicator.

Featuring high-resolution graphics with tons of detail, A Space Shooter for Free is sure to provide countless hours of gameplay.  Heck, there’s at least 25 minutes of cut scenes to watch between levels.  Should you find yourself close to completing the game, use the in-app purchase to pick up the BIG ASS version for a mere 99¢ and keep on keepin’ on. We almost forgot to tell you the kicker – OpenFeint integration means you can share all your scores and achievements with friends on Android or iOS.

A Space Shooter for Free is a free (natch) download and works on any device running 1.6 or higher.  Yes, this means legacy devices and tablets too!  Screen shot, video, and download links follow the break!




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1 Comment

  1. raitchison
    September 14, 20:50 Reply

    Market won’t let me install, says it’s incompatible with all my devices.(I have a G2 and an Atrix, and my old G1 is still listed in the market)

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