Otto Matic is an Action-Adventure, Casual, and Single-player video game developed by Pangea Software for different platforms. Throughout the game, the player takes on the role of a shooter where the main mission is to save the world from the alien race. The game starts in 1957, where an evil race of aliens sent a crew of flying saucers to Earth and make them slaves of the Giant Brain.
Fortunately, the character named Otto Matics survives, and now the galaxy’s glory lies in the player’s hand. The game has a solo mission of rescuing the humans from different alien planets and defeat the other alien followers. The player can use seven types of weapons to kill the aliens.
Ten different levels with 25 enemy types are waiting for the player. The player can ride in a bubble across different planets or ride a zip line in certain areas. At some point, the player can control a flying saucer to attack the alien fortress. The game has a radioactive potion where the player can grow his size up to 50 feet.
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Ooga Booga is an Action, Party, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Visual Concepts. Throughout the game, the player gets control over a character, a witch doctor, where the main mission is to explore the mythical island in different tropics. While inspecting the world, the player views the environment from the third-person perspective.
The game has various playable modes such Capture the Flag, King of the Hill, Tiki Wars, Domination, and Deathmatch. In the online matches, the player competes against different players. There are four tribes where every tribe has different abilities and skills. In the deathmatch, four parties participate, and only one has to win.
Capture the flag mode declare that the party winner has claimed the required flag first. The player’s party members have distinct health, and the player has to must maintain the health. The player can upgrade the character’s skills to be stronger. The game has core features such as Multiple Modes, Four Tribes, Online Matches, Skills, Upgrades, and Third-person Perspective.