Ghost Grab 3000
Introducing the Grapple Beam! Chain ghosts together then pop them all at once for points in an endless 'bullet hell' arcade apocalypse.
A challenging arcade score-attack game with a unique mechanic...
THE GRAPPLE BEAM.
Chain together ghosts with your energy beam, then destroy them all at once to earn points. The longer your chain, the bigger your score multiplier.
Destroy endless waves of increasing difficulty, navigate a frantic phantom bullet hell, and unlock 'Robot Mods' to help you climb the leaderboards. Each session lasts just a few minutes! It's perfect to kill some time (and ghosts) during a lunch break or to compete with friends!
THE GRAPPLE BEAM:
Chain ghosts together, destroy them all at once, and even absorb bullets for energy using this unique new game mechanic.
ENDLESS BULLET HELL:
The spectral onslaught never stops! Fight ever-increasing enemy numbers until your little robot chassis can take no more.
Blast ghosts with EMP shockwaves or rocket-boost to safety. Choose how you power-up your abilities in unique ways to make each run play differently.
CUSTOMISE YOUR ROBOT:
Unlock 'Robot Mods' to fine-tune your abilities. Customise your hit points, speed, battery power and more, with over 100 possible combinations.
UNLOCK DIFFICULTY MODES:
3 apocalyptic levels that push your skills to the limit, each one more intense and challenging than the last.
NUKE THE APOCALYPSE:
When all else fails, launch a nuke and make the apocalypse even more apocalypsed.
- Release date:
- July 03, 2020
- 1 player
- Arcade, Action
- Matthew Glanville
- Matt Glanville
- Game file size:
- 149 MB
- Supported Languages:
- Japanese, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese
- Supported Play Modes:
Software compatibility and play experience may differ on Nintendo Switch Lite. Additional accessories may be required (sold separately). See support for details.
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