Dive into action with Drop Zone! Get the adrenaline flowing as you blast your way through free fall. You'll need quick reflexes to avoid obstacles and take out dangerous enemy forces!
The year is 2070. Humanity has taken to the stars, leaving Earth defenseless when alien robots invade. Now Earth's few remaining human inhabitants have formed the Return to Earth Defense Force to rebel against the robot overlords. As part of the elite DropZone Team, your mission is to sky dive at high speed through the alien defenses and deliver vital supplies.
Adjust your velocity while manuvering around buildings and automated fire in a 360 degree immersive sky-dive simulation. Pick up weapons and bonuses, and feel the thrill of blasting robot ships as you rush towards your jump target!
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Joe Larrey said:
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