It contains the raiding of enemies in New York, Middle East, France, England, Ocean around Mediterranean; where most pirates were, and Sweden.
(SHIFT industry does not exist in real life.) Players may have to select aircraft to run the game like Raiden Fighter and Raiden IV Overkill, they are Azuma; aka famous ME-02, Spirit of Dragon and Moulin Rogue.
One simple example is that each of the many available planes has a different shooting mode, and benefits differently from the various power-ups that drop from destroyed units.
An "L" power-up (for Laser) will have a specific effect on each specific plane, and the "S" power-up (for Slave ship) will get you different kind of reinforcement, one that aligns with the theme of your current ride.
You move your ship by tapping the screen and then sliding your finger around - the craft will mimic the movement of your fingertip.
Auto-fire is enabled by default so you don't have to worry about discharging your guns - however, smart bombs are still controlled by an on-screen button. The former ensures that your ship always keeps up with the movements of your finger, while the latter restricts the speed to the original arcade standard.
They all have different power, defense, mobility and sub-weapon that need not to upgrade.
Are there any survivors from the 3rd Infantry Division and 11th regiment? They're engaged in battle with the enemy's 18th mechanized battalion army. Not only is this a blow to the army's pride, but it is enough to threaten the army's tradition of handling everything on their own. Like a war cry for the battle awaiting them, their red wings gleam in the sunlight.Spawned the , which has some backstories) and inconsequential, much like most shoot'em ups.The gist is that a race of aliens called the "Cranassian Empire" is invading Earth, and it's up to the Raiden supersonic jet to stop them.This may sound a bit repetitive, but it's actually quite enjoyable, and hits the nail on the head as to what a mobile game should be -- madly entertaining, with little to no down time, and suited for both casuals and hardcore gamers.Oh yes, if you have the competitive spirit, you'll quite like what the Raiden series have to offer, as they're governed by many and intricate rules that will truly put you to the test, if you're looking to rival the best.