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Raystorm now available on the App Store


9:30 AM on 06.22.2012
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Taito's classic pew-pew-pew space shooter, Raystorm, is now available on the Apple App Store, for iPhone and iPod Touch. The 1996 arcade classic has been recreated for iOS with a pixel-perfect arcade mode, but there's also a new iPhone mode that brings new enemy attack patters, and updated graphics and sound. Manual and automatic weapons are selectable, and played will be able to control both the R-GRAY1 and R-GRAY2 fighters. 

To celebrate Raystorm's release, its prequel Rayforce is on sale for a limited time. Square Enix has dropped the price to $5.99 (regularly $11.99) from now through July 6. 

Raystom is available now, priced at $8.99.






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