What a name
Akka Arrh is a contemporary re-imagining of a scrapped project dating back to the ‘80s. If that’s not an odd enough set-up to hook you, then maybe the rock-solid gameplay can do it instead. Developed by Llamasoft — the team behind the enigmatic Polybius — Akka Arrh is a unique wave shooter that tasks you with killing enemies...
Step inside the madness
Atari has announced last year's Akka Arrh from Jeff Minter will be receiving a PSVR2 port this March. The game will now play out in a 3D space rather than the 2D universe of the original version, allowing every element of the vision to come "to life with an intensity and clarity that was once unimaginable". Beyond the March...
Based modern Atari
Atari, under new management, is awesome at the moment, isn’t it? In addition to releasing some really worthwhile Recharged reimaginings of some of its biggest hits, it’s also blessed us with arguably the greatest retro compilation ever made in Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration. And now it’s enlisted legendary Tempest...
A cascade of words, color, shapes and sound flows around your turret as you desperately fight off swarms of inbound attackers. If enemies penetrate your perimeter you need to zoom into close range combat and beat them back, adjusting to a completely different perspective in the blink of an eye. Welcome to Jeff Minter’s Akka Arrh.
This modern take from the fine developers at Llamasoft combines the intrigue of an incredibly rare Atari arcade prototype with a unique creative vision that delivers a wave shooter that is insanely addictive. Akka Arrh drips with Minter’s sense of humor, love of psychedelic color, and ability to create games that are a joy to play.
Pure arcade bliss! You'll be thrown directly into the action where combos, high scores, and survival are your only goals.
Create massive chains of enemy explosions and rack up ammo for precision shots to keep a combo and your rings (or life force) protected. Lose them all, and it’s game over.
Start from the beginning of the 50 unique levels, or pick up where you left off to power through to the end.
Accessibility! Sensitive to flashing lights or just not a fan? Not to worry, as there is an option to disable the more intense visual effects so that the experience can be enjoyed by a wider audience.