Submerged: Miku and the Sunken City
Tokyo 42 is a Cyberpunk, Action-Adventure, Isometric Perspective, Single-player and Multiplayer video game created by SMAC Games and published by Mode 7 for Microsoft Windows. The game offers the hyper-stylish shooter gameplay, in which the player as the protagonist is framed for a brutal murder that he didn’t commit. The player will delve into the strange world full of assassins, vicious corporate intrigue and tactical cats. In the game, the player can spin the perspective to discover every angle of the hand-crafted small Tokyo, as the player find a massive range of weaponry, stories, and secrets. There are a set of challenging missions, and the player must deal with enemies, objectives, and challenges in each mission to advance through the game. The open world environment awaits the player to explore and use a set of weapons to kill enemies and find the person who is responsible for the murder in which the player was framed. Tokyo 42 offers key features such as 3D Environment, Sneaky Stealth Gameplay, Crowd Simulation, Bullet Physics, Skilfull Shooting, and more. Check it out, and have fun.
Abobo’s Big Adventure is a Side-scroll, Beat ‘em up, Single-player and Multiplayer Fighting video game created by I-Mockery. The game introduces Abobo, the boss character from the Double Dragon franchise, traversing through the environments of several games to rescue his son. The main objective of the player as Abobo is to advance through a set of levels. The game is divided into eight different sub-games that revolve around one another, and each acts as a homage to the specific game such as Double Drabobo, Urban Chabobo, Super Mabobo, Balloon Abobo, and more. In the game, the player has a range meter that increases when the player hits enemies and decreases when receives hit. The story follows the kidnapping of a boy, who is the son of Abobo. Most of the game’s levels are linear, introducing several nods to other NES properties with their foes and layout. The game rewards with points to the player and increases the level difficulty.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1961 is a 2nd Expansion Pack for Action-Adventure video game Grand Theft Auto video game for Windows, published by Rockstar Games, Inc. The DLC packs require GTA: London 1969 to run and it comes with new content, including new missions, a new cutscene, twenty-two new vehicles, and a new multiplayer deathmatch map focused on Manchester. The player steps into the shoes of the protagonist with an aim to partake in criminal activities and struggle to complete a set of missions on an open map either by vehicle or on foot. During the gameplay, the player can drive several cars and kill pedestrians to earn money. Each completed mission grant the player money, and the player can use cash to unlock further content. Different types of weapons are also available for the player to use when needed in battle. The player starts the game with the easy mission, but objectives gradually increase their difficulty as the player advances. The exploration takes place from a top-down viewpoint, and the player can interact with non-player characters for further information.
Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 is a Downloadable Content Pack for Action-Adventure and Single-player video game Grand Theft Auto, developed by Rockstar Canada and published by Rockstar Games, Inc. The DLC pack comes with a set of new missions, in which the player will face off several new challenges. Instead of the fictional Los Angeles, Miami, and New York of the original title, the game introduces the city of London to the player. It features thirty new vehicles, thirty-two new missions, and new graphics, all in British theme. The new city comprises familiar landmarks from the fictional London in the late 60s. Now, the player is capable of selecting the appearance of his character to involve in organized crime. During the gameplay, the player needs to do a set of criminal activities in order to earn cash and advance through the game. The game uses the top-down perspective, and the player can explore the environment from either on foot or by vehicle. Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 includes prominent features, new content, addictive gameplay, and more.
Shakedown: Hawaii is a Pixel Graphics, Action-Adventure, Retro-style, Top-down, and Single-player video game, offering the similar gameplay to Grand Theft Auto (2004), developed and published by Vblank Entertainment, Inc. The game offers the open world environment and the player steps into the protagonist’s role with an aim to explore the world from a top-down perspective and complete a set of missions to advance. It parodies huge corporation, white collar crimes and more. As the protagonist, the player can move across the environment, use a set of weapons to face rivals and smash them to earn money which can be used to unlock further content. The game comes with increasingly difficult, and the player will face challenging enemies upon reaching higher levels. During gameplay, the player interacts with other characters and pick power-ups to increase the shooting ability. The player is tasked to create a legitimate corporation via open world missions, shakedown, sabotage, and more. With prominent features, top-down action, open missions, and original soundtracks, Shakedown: Hawaii is one of the best games as compared to other of the same genres.
Retro City Rampage deals with Action-Adventure, and Open World gameplay elements developed and published by Vblank Entertainment. The game serves as the parody of retro video games and 80s and 90s pop culture, as well as offering the similar gameplay to Grand Theft Auto. It takes place in the city of Theftropolis in 1985 and the player steps into the role of the protagonist, a thug, who is hired as a henchman of a huge crime syndicated controlled by Jester. After three years, during the bank heist which is gone wrong, the player runs into the time travelling telephone booth, which he then steals from its boss. As the story of the game proceeds, the telephone booth flings the player forward an indeterminate set of time to the year 20XX. Upon reaching, the telephone both breaks down and a man appears named Doc Choc in his own time travelling vehicle and saves the player. Now, the player has to gather the rare parts required to repair the telephone time booth with Doc Choc, while discovering several 80s video games.
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Submerged: Miku and the Sunken City is a Casual, Adventure, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by Uppercut Games. Throughout the game, the player assumes the role of a young girl named Miku, where she needs to explore a mysterious flooded city and discover the beauty of desolation. While exploring, the player has to seek her wounded brother and get him to the boat.
During navigation, the player comes across the flooded streets, drowned buildings, and other dangerous places. The player can use her telescope to view the city for the supplies needed to save her dying sibling. As she explores the city, she discovers hidden objects that will reveal a broken family’s story. The player will relive the adventure in the day or night times but must not forget his mission.
The player will encounter mysterious remnants that watch the character roaming from the rooftops. Submerged: Miku and the Sunken City has core features such as Multiple Diverging Locations, One Mission, Replay System, Outdoor Environments, Hidden Objects, and Third-person View.