Studio Evil has assembled a trailer for its recently released horizontally scrolling shooter Syder Arcade, available for Windows and Mac via the company's website, Impulse, and Desura.

Inspired by classics of the Amiga era (as evidenced by the live-action sequences in the excellent trailer above), Syder Arcade emphasizes that it's not a bullet-hell shooter, focusing on reaction speed rather than pattern memorization. The game includes five levels, three playable ships, and 20 different "retro graphic flavours" that replicate the visuals of various computer systems.

Syder Arcade is priced at $7.99. A free demo version is also available.