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Space Ark
Game Description:Strawdog Studios are rebooting the 80s arcade game genre with Space Ark for Xbox 360 Live Arcade (other formats to follow). Space Ark is a fun homage to the bright and bouncy arcade games of the late 80s such as Rainbow Island, Bubble Bobble and Arkanoid, with an added mix of Pinball. A wandering black hole has passed through the galaxy destroying planets and leaving others damaged and desolate in its wake. The Arkonauts – a team of space travelling animals – have been dispatched in their Space Ark on a mission to repair the damaged worlds so that their refugee inhabitants can return.
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    Space Ark Developer Walkthrough

    Ready for a rebirth of old-school arcade gaming? Join Strawdog Studios' Business Development Director Dan Marchant as he examines the vibrant Xbox Live Arcade game, Space Ark.

    Posted: Apr 15, 2010 | 794 Views | 17:03


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    Posted: April 20, 2010

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