Missile Command Recharged

Missile Command Recharged is a re-imagining of the beloved Atari classic with fast-paced, arcade action where players must defend their bases by blasting an endless barrage of missiles hailing from the sky. Launch counter-missiles to protect your base and target powerups to gain an edge at critical moments.

From Atari’s Missile Command Recharged website:

“In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the original, Missile Command: Recharged™ is a reimagining of the beloved classic with fast-paced, arcade action where players must defend their bases by blasting an endless barrage of missiles hailing from the sky. Launch counter-missiles to protect your base and target powerups to gain an edge at critical moments. Built from the ground up for modern devices, Missile Command: Recharged features accessible gameplay and an addictive, classic, high-score-chasing loop that reinvigorates the storied IP. The title will appeal to those that fondly remember playing the original or its many iterations, and a whole new generation of mobile gamers that are looking for fast-paced, pick-up-and play, arcade goodness.”

Developer / Studio: Nickervision Studios
Release Date: Available Now


I’ve been playing the game all night and made a quick Gameplay video for everyone who wants to take a look before downloading from your app store of choice. It’s fast paced action and absolutely holding onto the premise of the original game while reimagining it with a bit more futuristic feel. I wish more retro games were brought back with this kind of treatment and care for the original gameplay.

The game is totally free but you only recharge a gameplay every 15 minutes unless you page for Infinite Recharge which is $2.99

I’m not going to lie, the game is absolutely addicting and as soon as I press send on this post I’m buying the game. $2.99 to support Atari? I’m down with anything keeping this legend of a gaming company around no matter which incarnation it may currently be.

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