Reflect Missile (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Action, puzzle and strategy meet head-on in Reflect Missile! Use the Touch Screen and stylus to launch an arsenal of missiles and destroy all enemy blocks in each stage. Enemies are surrounded by obstructing blocks, so you'll need to think strategically and aim carefully to take them all out.

To aid you in your mission, you're armed with a variety of unique types of missile. Reflector missiles bounce around the screen, taking out blocks as they go. Drillers bore through up to six blocks in one shot. Bombers destroy all blocks within a certain blast radius. But don't squander your missiles; you only have a set number with which to complete each stage.

Clearing stages with missiles left over earns you medals, which unlock even more stages - up to 200 in total! With various difficulty levels and a quick play mode, Reflect Missile will prove a relaxing challenge for players of all abilities.

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

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User Comments (13)



3230ru said:

  • Out on the European DSi Shop
  • Not an Art Style title
  • Similar to Block Breaker/Arkanoid with Space Invaders mixed in
  • Strategical rather than fast-paced
  • 500 points
  • Somewhere around 200 stages

Thanks to Gavin for the news tip!



3230ru said:

post a screenshot then.. please. I cant wait.. I am obsessed with shooting. is it a shooting game? ha? tell me, tell...right now



3230ru said:

and... thats the same what I think about all this flip stupid champions panic! shooters are so rare in Europe. japanese lucky guys get them all(((((




Downloaded it t'other night. Its actually like puzzle bobble with missles and arkanoid style blocks. Top dl game



Gavin_Rozee said:


Haha, the Gavin that was thanked for the tip was me!

Reflect Missile and Starship Patrol are so good. To be honest, I'd have bought them as retail games.



grumblegrumble said:

Q Games rock! "Trajectile" and "Intersect" are my two most favorite Dsiware games at the moment! To the comment above: this game is called "Trajectile" in the U.S. and "Reflect Missile" in EU I think, Marioman64.

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