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Sunday, October 01, 2006
Riesling is a decent shooter by Contralogic that only disappoints with it's poorly-implemented control scheme. Granted, some players may prefer using a mouse to move the ship around but additional keyboard or joypad options would have been appreciated.

The game plays out like Defender, with fruits to collect from destroyed ships for points. Power-ups can be collected to increase firepower as well.

Name: Riesling
Developer: Contralogic
Category: Shooter
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 9/19/2006 03:55:00 PM:  
I liked it..the mouse control takes a bit of getting used to but that's kind of the point, no? (but of course you need a decent mouse to play it)