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'''Sodium One''', also known as the '''Salt Shooter''', is a [[mini-game]] from [[Sodium]] that can be accessed as either a [[private space]] or [[public space]]. The objective list in [[Sodium Hub]] lists objectives for completing levels in both the private and public spaces.
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'''Sodium One''', also known as the '''Salt Shooter''', was a [[mini-game]] from [[Sodium]] that could be accessed as either a [[private space]] or [[public space]]. The objective list in [[Sodium Hub]] listed objectives for completing levels in both the private and public spaces.
   
 
==Play==
 
==Play==
The player controls a hovering battle craft. The left analog stick controls the direction that the craft moves. The right analog stick rotates a turret on top of the craft. It is very similar to many other popular tank games with the exception that these tanks hover.
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The player controlled a hovering battle craft. The left analog stick controlled the direction that the craft moves. The right analog stick rotated a turret on top of the craft. It was very similar to many other popular tank games with the exception that these tanks hovered.
   
The primary objective is to aim at, shoot, and destroy waves of oncoming enemy craft. Most levels include multiple waves of oncoming enemies. Some are simple craft (similar to the player's craft). Others are stationary towers that cause extensive damage if the player gets too close.
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The primary objective was to aim at, shoot, and destroy waves of oncoming enemy craft. Most levels included multiple waves of oncoming enemies. Some were simple craft (similar to the player's craft). Others were stationary towers that caused extensive damage if the player got too close.
   
A secondary objective is to collect raw materials. The raw materials may be sold at the [[Sodium Hub]] for [[Sodium Credits]].
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A secondary objective was to collect raw materials. The raw materials could be sold at the [[Sodium Hub]] for [[Sodium Credits]].
   
 
==Upgrades==
 
==Upgrades==
The player may upgrade weapons and armor to improve the chances of completing higher levels.
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The player could upgrade weapons and armor to improve the chances of completing higher levels.
   
 
==Free/Pay Game==
 
==Free/Pay Game==
The first five levels are free to play. Beyond that, the player must purchase the game.
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The first five levels were free to play. Beyond that, the player had to purchase the game.
 
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[[Category:Mini-Games]]
 
[[Category:Public spaces]]
 
[[Category:Public spaces]]

Latest revision as of 03:28, April 26, 2019

Sodium One, also known as the Salt Shooter, was a mini-game from Sodium that could be accessed as either a private space or public space. The objective list in Sodium Hub listed objectives for completing levels in both the private and public spaces.

PlayEdit

The player controlled a hovering battle craft. The left analog stick controlled the direction that the craft moves. The right analog stick rotated a turret on top of the craft. It was very similar to many other popular tank games with the exception that these tanks hovered.

The primary objective was to aim at, shoot, and destroy waves of oncoming enemy craft. Most levels included multiple waves of oncoming enemies. Some were simple craft (similar to the player's craft). Others were stationary towers that caused extensive damage if the player got too close.

A secondary objective was to collect raw materials. The raw materials could be sold at the Sodium Hub for Sodium Credits.

UpgradesEdit

The player could upgrade weapons and armor to improve the chances of completing higher levels.

Free/Pay GameEdit

The first five levels were free to play. Beyond that, the player had to purchase the game.

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