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Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Gyro-Phyter is an abstract shooter by Jph with strategic elements. The objective of the game is to weaken the green wells and turn them red, though the green side's defensive turrets will try their best to thwart your efforts.

Use the arrow key to move your ship around, and tap the I key to place a red turret. To retrieve a turret, simply hold the I key for a few seconds. Red turrets destroyed in combat will float back to base for the player to collect and redeploy on the battlefield.

Ammo is limited, but can be replenished by hovering above the base. Use the J or L keys to strafe, and hold the K key to shoot. If you lose a ship, another will respawn back at base. The number of lives left is indicated at the bottom left of the screen.

Name: Gyro-Phyter
Developer: Jph Wacheski
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 2MB


Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/19/2007 12:38:00 AM:  
Reminds me of the game Wicked for Atari ST ect. machines.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 6/19/2007 06:17:00 AM:  
awesome source