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Chicken Invaders For Linux !

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The Arcade Space shooters "Chicken Invaders" 2, 3 and their Special Christmas Editions are available for Linux!

Chicken Invaders 2: The Next Wave

Chicken Invaders 2 has one or two player capability.

It has 110 waves (including 10 secret ones), ten each in each of the 10 levels across 11 systems. Weapons have 10 levels, and a secret 11th level, which can only be reached by collecting an additional 10 powerups after the 10th level powerup. In all the waves, eggs are laid by the chickens (Christmas ornaments in the Christmas edition), which have to be dodged, and drumsticks need to be collected to get missiles.

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