Turn n' Burn is a simple space shooter. The player moves over the one-screen levels and shoots everything which moves. After all enemy formations (either a snake formation out of smiley faces or alien ships moving downwards) are killed, the next level is reached. Collecting power ups which are left behind by dead hostiles reward certain advantages, e.g. a shield. If the screen is left from one side, the ship appears at the opposite side of the screen.
Turn 'n Burn is a lackluster 2D top-down shoot 'em up from Flair. The gameplay is nothing you haven't seen before: blast all the baddies on each level, then move on to the next. It's a bit reminiscent of Emerald Software's If It Moves, Shoot It!, except not even half as fun as that classic. All levels look more or less the same, and enemy ships look either dull or incongruous - seeing rows of flying 'smileys' in a deep space background makes me unsure of whether Flair wants this game to be funny, serious, or just plain confusing. Boring, boring, boring. Take my word for it: just forget about this lifeless, very marginal game, and go play Atari's classic Asteroids instead.
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