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Digit Invader app for iPhone and iPad

4.0 ( 2500 ratings )
Games Entertainment Arcade Family
Developer: Dong-Wook Kim
0.99 USD
Current version: 1.0.5, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 04 Feb 2009
App size: 1.6 Mb

* The best retro game from 80s!! *

How to play
1. With each stage, the speed of the invasion increases and rapid fire is necessary to complete the stage.
2. As this is a speed game, the faster you hit an incoming spaceship the more points you win. Scoring is graded shown below.
3. Every time you shoot down an invader you get a score, and the accumulated total score so far is shown before the next invasion starts.
4. 300 bonus points are earned for hitting a command ship (“n”), plus the position points.
5. You have 30 missiles and 16 invaders are attacking in each stage.
6. Every time you tap ‘AIM’, your missile number will progress by one: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, n, 0, 1,...
7. When your missile number coincides with one of the invader’s spaceship numbers, press ‘FIRE’ then particular spaceship will disappear.

To start the game
1. Set the mode switch to ‘Game’ or just rotate the device. If you rotate the device it will automatically start the game in wide screen mode.

Game over
1. When the invaders have broken the defense line three times in one stage.
2. When the limit of 30 missiles have been fired off in one stage.
3. After the game is finished, if your final score is belong to top 7 records, it will be listed on the scoreboard of the backside.

Changing Themes
Version 1.0 supports Classic and Modern themes. Each theme supports Portrait and Wide screen. We will add more themes soon.

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Latest reviews of Digit Invader app for iPhone and iPad

Not the memories I have
I remember wasting hours on my old Casio calculator playing this game and I was hoping this app would racapture the experience, but this version is a poor copy. There must be a more slower progression through the levels and this version speeds up ridiculously after a couple of levels. Try Numeraders for a more accurate simulation of the original game.
Really poor app
This is a half hearted reproduction that seems to mimic the original in the screenshots but once u played its nothing like the real thing. Buggy too, the "n" comes even when not adding to 10. Youd think a simple game like this can be written easily. I wish I saw the other review before wasting $1.
This is such an awesome app! Worth a lot more than $0.99; its priceless!
Its only good for a calc and everyone has that already
This app is horrible!
The only reason I have it is because I accidentally clicked buy! This app is horrible! All you do is try to match up numbers.
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