Missile Command

    Atari Launches Free Co-Op Version of Missile Command
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    Atari Launches Free Co-Op Version of Missile Command

    Believe it or not it's been 30 years since the classic game Missile Command has hit the arcade.  In celebration of the milestone Atari has partnered with web game portal OMGPOP to create a 7 player co-op version of the game that's completely free.

    I spent a few minutes and checked out the flash game and it's nothing short of insane, and I was only playing with 3 other people.  The main difference here is instead of protecting multiple cities, each player controls a gun to shoot down the incoming missiles.   You'll have to work together to not only save your own butt, but your team mates as well.

    Joining a game is pretty painless, and you don't even need an account to play.  

    Here's some of the features:

    ·         Online Co-op Gameplay - play instantly with up to seven-players in real-time

    ·         Unlimited Levels - play with increasing challenge as you progress

    ·         Unique Difficulty Scaling - difficulty scales based on number of players and level progression into the game

    ·         Power-ups - all new power upgrades help players increase blast radius, missile speed, reload rates, missile supply and more

    ·         Enemies – take on massive waves of enemy missiles, aircrafts and bosses with varying speeds, health, behavior and characteristics

     I'd love to see something like this hit Xbox Live Arcade with voice chat!

    Source: Omgpop.com

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