In many video games, dying only makes you angrier, rage quit, and generally isn’t very helpful. In short, #YOLO!!! You’re welcome for the cancer everybody. But in this next game, you can RESPAWN! OH MY GOD!!! I’m kidding. But dying could possibly help you out in this next game.
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Lovely Planet Arcade is a colorful and enjoyable first person shooter experience, if players don’t mind frustration and level repetition after the first few levels.
Monsters, monocles, teapots, jeez… I’d like some more of this game please. Just a little bit of a horrible rhyme I couldn’t resist… But it does relate to how I feel about this game. It was fun.
The police are view by the public in a variety of eyes. They can be defenders of peace and tranquility in your city. They can also be corrupt and selfish, only looking to politically advance in life. This is the Police allows you to choose how you want to run the police.
The year is sometime in the 1980’s. You are Jack Kelly. Fallen detective framed for murder, being demoted to a “Beat Cop,” now assigned to patrol the streets of Brooklyn. Amidst the hate from your fellow cops, your money vampire of a wife, the mafia ordering your head on a plate, and your sworn duty to uphold the law, you …
Super Mutant Alien Assault is definitely one of the most enjoyable games I have ever played combining the simple, yet pleasing 8-bit aesthetics with a nostalgic 2-D platform shooter. Oh yeah, the game also features a ridiculous amount of dub-step so there’s that if you’re into that kind of stuff.
While most zombie apocalypses occur through the power in packs of flesh-devourers’ with overwhelming numbers, Zombie Night Terror describes a more strategic and brilliant side to the brainless bunch’s takeover of the world.
Infinium Strike does what is seemingly impossible by blending the simple gameplay associated with tower defense and the complex nature of Sci-fi, into a mishmash of, for a lack of better words, something else.