Got a minute? That's all you need to play this new-school take on old-school shooters.
"This game is a hidden gem. It's worth getting into." - Tomo Moriwaki, producer of Medal of Honor
"*sixty second shooter* takes a simple concept and delivers it in small, intense bites. You can come back at anytime and attempt to improve your performance, and you’ll want to. It’s fun looking at all the abstract shapes flying around your ship and trying to figure out how to use them in a way that’s going to boost your score to a new level. And triggering dozens of mini and gigantic explosions when you get a chain going is … satisfying." - Stephanie Carmichael, VentureBeat | GamesBeat
In *sixty second shooter* you'll be given one minute to deal as much destruction as possible. The enemy hordes are relentless, so only the sharpest wits and the fastest reflexes will prevail. Will you press your luck and fly to the deep levels where the truly treacherous foes await? The clock is always ticking in this fast-paced shooter.
Thankfully, our intrepid scientists at Happion Laboratories have developed all-new weapons to help you in those sixty seconds of hell. Use missiles to build a large chain bonus or lure your opponents into deadly remote-detonating bombs. With these tools at your disposal, you can develop all kinds of strategies to make that minute last a lifetime!
Created by Jamie Fristrom, game developer behind the critically acclaimed and award-winning games Spider-Man 2 and Schizoid.
*sixty second shooter* uses Chrome Native Client and OpenGL to deliver smooth intensity!
* Play full screen!
* Blazingly fast load time! Be playing almost instantly!
* Amazing framerate for a browser game!
* Play on Windows Vista 7, Macs, Chromebooks, 64-bit Linux!
* Compare your scores with on the weekly leaderboard!
60 second shooter requires WebGL to work. Go to get.webgl.org to see if your computer supports WebGL.
60 second shooter runs on most operating systems: Windows 7 & Vista, Mac OS, 64-bit Linux, and Chrome OS. It currently does not run on 32-bit Linux unless you're running Chrome version 16, or Windows XP unless you run Chrome with the --ignore-gpu-blacklist flag.