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As expected, Galaga Special Edition sports some updated graphics. They're nowhere near console-quality, but they're definitely better than the '80s originals.
The Challenges menu adds new levels to what can otherwise be some very repetitive gameplay.
In the original Galaga game, enemies would eventually settle in a grid formation in the center of the screen. With this updated version, though, they continue to fly around in all directions.
The companion satellite can be deployed to help mow down enemies. However, with its unpredictable directional shooting, it sometimes doesn't help at all.
Galaga Special Edition serves up ads every chance it gets -- even when you've just started the game. This can get very annoying, to say the least.