Neon Tango

Neon Tango 1.0

Cybership shoot'em up with cool graphics

Neon Tango is an exciting futuristic shoot 'em up with cool wired graphics. View full description


  • Excellent graphics
  • Cool powerups
  • Great sound and music


  • A bit expensive


Neon Tango is an exciting futuristic shoot 'em up with cool wired graphics.

Those of you who once owned a Vectrex 8 bit video game console will immediately find some resemblance in the wired graphics of Neon Tango. Only in this game the colors are vivid and neon, with ships and glowing and pulsating on the screen and contrasting with the somber background of outer space.

Neon Tango is a classic shoot 'em up style where you navigate your ship around space shooting and blowing up enemies. You can pick up a number of cool powerups along the way like invincibility, phantom fighters or heat seeking missiles. If you're used to the arcade genre you probably won't find it too difficult but Neon Tango features enough levels (50 in total) to stay exciting.

We were also well impressed by the futuristic sound effects and the music, which really enhance the arcade spirit of the game.

The only real downside of the game is the price, with Neon Tango being sold for $25. However, it's well worth it if you're an arcade shoot'em up fan.

Fitted with nice graphics and excellent sound effects, Neon Tango is an exciting futuristic arcade game with loads of powerups which promises hours of fun.

Pixelated Warrior, Defender of the Bytes! Launch your cybership into battle against the forces of chaos across 50 stages of bitmapped treachery overflowing with glowing enemies and pulsating bosses. Conceived with a gorgeous minimalism, Neon Tango licks the shoot-em-up genre down to its chewy abstract center.

Get tricky by bouncing your shots off of walls and enemies as you charge up your cannon to deliver massive energy blasts. Dodge the forces of entropy by stopping time or activating your hyper thrusters. Each arcade-packed wave offers a brand new way to play, thanks to unique enemies and clever levels. State of the art OpenGL graphics and a killer soundtrack from Digital Droo, dazzle the senses, while the built-in online scoring lets you mock your friends as you beat their hi-scores like a Bulgarian circus monkey in Campaign, Survival and Fast Score modes.

If Chuck Norris had his action removed and hot-glued onto Jack Bauer, and then Mr. Bauer was blended into a protein shake, it would be called “The Neon Tango” and… it would be Delicious!!!

Neon Tango


Neon Tango 1.0