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(From The Attic is a way for us to bring new life to older games. With so many games releasing on the App Store on a daily basis, it’s easy to overlook a game or two or forget about a game you once loved, but never finished. These articles can come as regular reviews, but for the most part, they are just a way for us to talk about our experiences with an older game and hopefully bring some new attention to it.)

Looks like Noen is digging around and dusting off games in the iOS Attic today! (Just another excuse to wear his French Maid outfit again.)

ASCII Shooter was a dual-stick shooter by iCartel that released back in April of 2013. It’s a 2D pixel art game set to look like ASCII art. Your job is to protect your computer from a deadly virus attack. There are dual 8-way d-pads, so controls actually work fairly smooth. You basically roam around grids, shooting down thousands of enemies and mini-bosses. Once you get past the first 10 levels or so, the difficulty starts to really ramp up. For a 6 year old game, ASCII Shooter is still pretty fun and works well on current devices. And with literally HUNDREDS of levels, it’ll most likely keep you busy for another 6 years……..or not.

ASCII Shooter
Price: Free

@hashtagNOEN (in a crowded and cold office)