Panzer Dragoon Like Galerider: Free to Fly comes to iOS Thursday, July 11

Galerider Free to Fly

Inspired by Panzer Dragoon – recognized as one of the greatest franchises on the Sega Saturn – premium rail shooter Galerider will soon receive a special Free to Fly edition that includes the first two levels of the game for free.

If you’re like me and miss the days of targeting flying beasts with homing projectiles (while skillfully dodging incoming fire with barrel rolls), you can now do just that on iOS – without spending a single red cent 🙂

Galerider 101
Take flight as Bree, a “Galerider” in possession of a majestic Wind Drake. Dodge obstacles, glide across rivers and valleys, soar over mountain cliffs and dive through narrow canyons to collect valuable items. Stay alive and defeat the colossal Overbeasts to unlock new Wind Drakes – each with their own distinctive powers and special abilities.

The Story So Far
Remnants of humanity reside in the harshest regions of Hyperia – an area rich in life-sustaining Essence, but also inhabited by deadly creatures. The Overbeasts, once docile guardians, are now spreading chaos and death throughout the realm. It falls on our hero, Bree, to take flight upon her trusted mount to defend her home against the Overbeasts and the many horrifying creatures under their control. Can you face your fears and take to the skies to defend your loved ones?

KEY FEATURES
  • Experience the rush of flying at high speeds through winding valleys and deep canyons.
  • Revel in your Wind Drake’s awesome power – and unleash devastating special attacks!
  • Face off against massive, monstrous bosses.
  • Dodge obstacles with well-timed barrel rolls.
  • Defeat colossal Overbeasts to unlock new Wind Drakes.
  • No in-app purchases! All title updates are and will always be free of charge.
  • Play in your own language with support for English, Japanese, Korean, French, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, German, and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified).

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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