Overslug - a simple platformer with elements of action, performed in a horizontal format in which gamers have to manage a brutal-looking protagonist and shoot robots that have escaped the control of a person. The gameplay is primitive, but dynamic - moving around the location, jumping on platforms and shooting at enemy units, while dodging their bullets. As opponents are robots of different types, some of them are very difficult to understand, but others proudly bear the title of omniks, that is, intellectually developed bots. It is the latter and they give the protagonist more trouble than anything, since they are cunning, insidious, persistent and ruthless. Oh, if such an omnicar got caught up in the character, then it will be pursued to the finish, or to death. By the way, flying robots are also present, fortunately there are not so many of them, otherwise the game would be simply impassable, and the main character died literally at every step. At the start of the gamer comes a regular unit, armed with an automatic rifle, the accuracy of which is far from ideal. But in addition, the character is able to use self-guided missiles and super-opportunity - automatic sighting, which greatly simplifies the task. Not the last moment is full control over all the actions and movements of the protagonist, since the levels are mostly multi-tiered, it is necessary to move continually along static and dynamic platforms, and also to jump deep chasms. For replenishment of the health of our fighter, special first-aid kits are answered, which must be collected throughout the location. Bosses also exist, and only by defeating them, our unit gets a new rank and can move to new locations of increased complexity.
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