48 Games Like 80.08

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HellStar Squadron, Radar Warfare, and Danmaku Unlimited 3 are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Thunder Kid released the 22 October 2018 and ranked #12, ZeroRanger released the 28 September 2018 and ranked #5, Solid Aether released the 27 September 2018 and ranked #16.

48 Games like 80.08 daily generated comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms.
This suggestion collection includes single-player games for Android, IOS (iPhone / iPad), PS4 (Playstation 4), Xbox One, Switch, PC Windows, Mac OS, Linux and 3DS. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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For unknown reasons, you find yourself trapped in a representation of your mind. As a prisoner, you are required to complete certain tasks to keep your sanity. Inside this cell, however, nothing is what it seems and confusion is your natural state. Will you have the courage to face the beings that have infected and imprisoned your mind?

3# Danmaku Unlimited 3 - 2017

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Lovingly built to be enjoyed by newcomers and genre veterans alike, Danmaku Unlimited 3 is a perfect medley of the best aspects of classic Bullet Hell shooters wrapped up in a modern and approachable package. Multiple levels of difficulty across two unique modes that caters to players of all skill ranges

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4# Phoenix - 2016

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Phoenix 2 is a blistering arcade Shoot'Em Up with jaw-dropping graphics where you defeat waves of increasingly menacing enemies in daily new missions. Find and upgrade the ship that fits your play style and matches up well in the missions. All players across the world play this daily mission and share their scores on our leaderboards.

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6# Bullet Soul - 2016

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Blending classic shooting game design with a substantial dose of modern day bullet hell and flashy pyrotechnics, Bullet Soul has it all! Play through multiple modes, all designed to welcome newcomers to the genre, but also challenge experts aiming for ever higher scores.

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8# Cycle 28 - 2018

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A momentum-based space shooter with screen-shaking explosions and a mystery at its heart. First you think it's an arcade game: simple controls, powerful upgrades, and intense dogfights. But you’re stuck living the same day over and over, trying to find out who the enemy are, and what they want.

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10# Super Galaxy Squadron - 2017

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Super Galaxy Squadron is a fast-paced vertical shooter designed for human beings as well as shmup veterans. Featuring multiple game modes, a challenging but merciful difficulty curve, forgiving health system, and seventeen playable ships.

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11# Space Codex - 2016

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Space Codex is a casual retro arcade minimal awesome top-down shooter featuring waves of enemy spaceships with different attacks in what is, literally, a bullet hell. To beat them, you will have power-up options available through the map. The game only gets harder. How long can you stay alive?

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13# Bit.Trip Fate - 2013

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FATE is the penultimate chapter in the six-part BIT.TRIP series and will leave you wondering what’s next.Key Features:The arrow keys control CommanderVideo while the mouse allows you to fire anywhere on screen! Or if you prefer, plug in a controller for dual-stick shooting action!

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14# Beat da Beat - 2016

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"This is a music album and a complete scroll-shooter at the same time, which works excellently combined and makes a very rare phenomenon happen in the market - a creative product". Everything that happens on the screen - movement, actions, shootings - are based on the musical composition.

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15# The Tale of Alltynex - 2014

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The second chapter in one of the most loved and respected Japanese shooting game series ever: The Tale of ALLTYNEX by Japanese indie developer SITER SKAIN. Carefully crafted play experiences, destructive fun, and absorbing gameplay have made the ALLTYNEX trilogy renowned in shooting game communities.

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16# Solid Aether - 2018

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Screenshot of the video game Solid Aether
Screenshot of the video game Solid Aether

NOTHING BUT BULLET HELL. Solid Aether is a bullet hell shoot'em up game that is extremely simple designed. It is a classic 2D shooter game featuring a variety of bullet patterns that are generated continuously in a stylish black and white world.

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17# Boss 101 - 2017

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Boss 101 is an action adventure game with you taking the role of Max, a teenager with a jetpack. Help your brother and save the world at the same time. Buy weapons, hats, upgrades while you battle bosses YOU CREATE with the Make A Boss!

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18# Shooting Stars! - 2016

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Shooting Stars is a refreshing colorful and funny take on the classic arcade shoot'em up, bullet hell, shmup, space invader like, whatever you want to call it but finally, with evil aliens disguised as superstars, cats and rainbow lazers. * over 20 celebrity bosses * challenge your friends in a global and daily highscore battle * collect up to 50 amazing ultimate attacks and superfoods * stack superfoods for ultimate destruction * two different game modes * 16 beautiful collectible cards * roguelike elements * thrilling soundtrack with stunning sound effects * weird and funny satire on pop culture * every game will be totally different * ride a freakin hoverboard * Achievements & Leaderboards * Rainbow Unicorn Approved

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19# SPLIT BULLET - 2016

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SPLIT BULLET is a game all about 'splitting up' a massive crowd of enemies—yes, those polygons—crawling towards you. Don't let 'em get you and survive as long as you can, by using your instincts and weapons.

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20# pixelBOT EXTREME! - 2018

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Screenshot of the video game pixelBOT EXTREME!
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EXTREME! multitasking RUN and GUN with a colorful twist! Team up with pixelBOT, shoot up everything in your way and master an unique color-based destruction! Show what you've got and help the BOT breaking out of the Forbidden Factory!

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21# Spikit - 2016

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Spikit is a bullet hell game developed by a single developer, Igor Petrović. With a soundtrack composed by Dario Malešević. In this game, the player will have to dodge a constant barrage of spikes coming from the side of the screen.

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22# Starr Mazer: DSP - 2016

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Fifteen years after humanity’s glorious victory over the pacifist G’ell, the aliens have returned with a fleet and the unabashed hatred for humans they need to use it. Lock and load with the last remnants of mankind’s resistance in DSP, a retro-sexy, roguelike SHMUP set in the Starr Mazer universe!

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23# Zenodyne R - 2016

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Zenodyne R is a new 90s-style shoot-'em-up game filled with YM2612 music and real Blast Processing action, where your reflexes and patience will be tested in their entirety! Packed with 6 crazy stages filled wtih bosses, 5 unique ships, unlockables, branching paths and more!

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25# Pixel Space - 2015

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Pixel Space is a 2D entertaining indie game where you are a ship in an infinite space and you can do quests, kill enemies in a waves system, customize your ship, buy weapons and lot of upgrades, each weapon has at least two paths of upgrades so you can play how you like.

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