A screenshot from Drive to Hell, the new game from Ghost Crab Games.
It’s a top-down shooter for Windows and OSx. A free mobile version is coming soon. Find a review on Alive2Play, who called it “a tried and true throwback” that “plays like a mix between Contra and the Raiden Fighters arcade series.”
Ghost Crab Games is a venture from Chris Hoopes, a Pennsport-based game developer, and artist Dustin Twilley, both 31. Hoopes is a developer at Center City agency eCity Interactive. eCity Interactive is run by Damon Alberts, who has a game development company of his own: Burst Entertainment.
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