Omegalodon is a third-person multiplayer action game where players compete by attacking/defending the city. The Red Team is comprised of police and soldiers armed with an array of military vehicles and explosive weaponry. The Green Team is comprised of Omegalodon, a 100-foot shark monster, and the Enviros, equipped with a healing beam. The game plays like a backward tower-defense game, but with free-roaming capability and fast-paced, realtime action. Omegalodon's objective is a nuclear containment dome at the city center. The round will end if it is destroyed, the timer reaches zero, or if Omegalodon dies. Features: - Fully destructible environments - Dozens of drivable vehicles including helicopters, cargo ships, and jets - 30-minute round-based multiplayer - Dozens of simultaneous players - Story elements will full voice acting - Nine square miles of open world, spanning islands and cityscapes - A colorful, retro aesthetic
Do you like multi-player open worlds?
Do you like destructible environments?
Do you like giant monsters?
Have you dreamed of flying a helicopter into a shark amidst a nuclear blast, then ejecting at the last minute and landing through the sunroof of a pimped-out SUV blasting al capella rap music? Then Omegalodon is for you!
North of Earth's premier story-based, multi-player, full-destructible, hyphenate-riddled action game is available now for USD 9.99, with a free demo for the spendthrifts out there. The culmination of more than a year's work by one deranged man (plus one very talented musician and one exceptional actress) will thrill you to the core until every cell in your bloodstream grows fins and a powerful set of jaws.
But enough bravado.
No, not enough bravado. Check this out:
Highest Rated (11 agree) 7/10
A brilliant concept, but requires a larger playerbase to provide a greater experience, that which will hopefully rise in the future.
Mar 13 2012, 3:21am by Pennyquicker
Lowest Rated (2 agree) 1/10
Terrible game. No servers available when I try to look for one.
No objective at all???
Sorry this def needs a better demo.
Mar 15 2012, 9:00pm by Darksci
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