What you need to know
- DoDonPachi Resurrection HD+ is now available for download from the App Store.
- Gamers will fly through levels in a ship armed with a hyper cannon, shooting anything that moves.
- The game is available for iPhone and iPad.
DoDonPachi Resurrection HD+ is the sequel to the hugely popular shooter "DoDonPachi Blissful Death(DAI-OU-JOU)," and sees players "control a ship armed with a hyper cannon to blast their way through waves of enemies in an action-packed experience."
Check out this YouTube video for a glimpse of what's to come.
Notable features include:
Gamers can download the new release from the App Store right now. It's free so long as you are an Apple Arcade subscriber.
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