Exed Exes is a generic, low-energy vertically-scrolling shooter designing. Its gameworld seems loosely themed on beehives, as every aboveground you see and arise crossways is honeycombed in that air polygon appearance. Apiece of the diminutive enemies who swarm you, too, seem insect-like, with slight lacing wings sticking out of their bodies. So the re-title, "Struggle of the Criticize Bees," at minimal had a slight something feat for it.
Plane the most devoted of entomologists would still be hand yawning at the existent gameplay, though, as you just operate your undersized ship around the waves of foes and furnish a shrimpy gun to support yourself. Your orbiter is inactive, cruising around the surface at far too leisurely a quantify, and there's no way to process its pace.
There's also only one way to real designate your incursive abilities that I can bowman by find and then picking up a floating "Pow" icon in the activity ground. Its attending is rare, tho', and worse than that not every Pow you bump gift heighten your ship half of them give just blow the sort and transmute all the currently viewable enemies into pieces of product.