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Video Game Trailer: Check out the new PopStar Fighter Trailer

The countdown as begun for the launch of PoStar Fighter. In fact, there are 27 days from today before you can download the game. So how the game look like? What are the objectives? PopStar Fighter is a side-scrolling shooting game with a lot of action-packed insides. The rules are quite simples. You need to avoid all the balloons launched in the sky, but also you will have to be careful when picking up some fuel because there are a lot of buildings and trees out there.

When I first started the development of the game back in 2018, I didn't have in mind that scenario. You see, my inspiration came from another game written for the Tandy Color Computer 3, and I was planning to port that game(PopStar Pilot) to the PC under the Windows operating system. The idea was great, however, for some copyright legal issues, I preferred to create a brand new concept that simply followed the structure of that game. Plus I didn't have the game available for testing, especially, because I don't own a Radio Shack Tandy Color Computer and I did not know exactly how all the belle and whistles of the game works.

So that's the main reason I decided to change the rules of the game and I came across several ideas in mind. So I had to make sure my game concept was something playable on a modern computer, plus I had to make sure an audience would be interested in this type of product. This is why today, after two years of thinking, developing and tweaking, I finally came out with this concept. Below you will find the actual trailer of the PopStar Fighter video game. I hope you will enjoy watching it, also don't forget to leave your comment or check out the Download PC Game section for future details. Enjoy!


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