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Saturday, December 16, 2006
Calling this just an expansion pack is practically a crime, as it contains twice as much content as the original. The demo for Jets'n'Guns Gold only showcases two levels, though they are replayable with earned credits accumulative and added to your total after consecutive attempts.

There's plenty of stuff to shoot at and it does get rather annoying when your weapon overheats but an expensive cooling system upgrade should solve that problem. Sprites are extremely detailed, thanks to a game resolution increase. New ships, enemies, weapons and secrets, the list of new features doesn't seem to end.

Undoubtedly one of the best 2D horizontal shooter available.

Name: Jets'n'Guns Gold
Developer: Rake in Grass
Category: Shooter
Type: Demo
Size: 20MB
Blogger Chentzilla said at 12/16/2006 01:37:00 PM:  
This screenshot:
is definitely recommended.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 12/16/2006 03:48:00 PM:  
This news inspired me to start playing the original again. Still great fun, and it looks and sounds lovely too.

Does the expansion just add new missions to the existing campaign, or is it a new campaign?