Every Fourth of July, Americans proudly celebrate the casting-off of British oppression by doing what we do best: staring at explosions.
Everybody loves fireworks, and we’re pretty sure that every DS owner will love this pyrotech-tastic shoot-’em-up. It’s as visually arresting as it is infectious, original and quirky, and we can’t recommend it highly enough, especially given its budget price. Describing the game makes it sound a little convoluted, but please bear with us.
When you think of firework games, the mind immediately pings to Boom Boom Rocket (or for us older stagers, Fantavision). Both of these were cracking little titles - but developer Arkedo reckons it’s not a bit like either one of them - and it’s definitely not a puzzler!Instead it appears to be a ballistic-based battler, a shoot-’em-up-into-the-sky, if you will. The object is to create barrages of beautiful