-- Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia
Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia
Release Date: 29-May-2007
Developed By: Immersion Games
Published By: Southpeak Interactive
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Developers Artificial Studios and Immersion Games say that players will be able to combine objects found around the town to create bigger and better weapons with which to destroy the monster menace. There are five environments to explore and escape, each with interactive scenery, and literally hundreds of enemies will be baying for the player's blood at all times. Four-player cooperative play is promised as well. It is evidently influenced by the Lucasarts' classic Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis game, Zombies Ate My Neighbors.
There are four different characters in this game, each with favorite weapons and special moves. Zack is the nerd character. His special weapons are axe type weapons. Andy is skater guy who uses random things such as toilet plungers. Andy`s special move allows him to spin on his weapon, kicking things recklessly. Carrie is a goth girl who favors swords. Jennifer is a stuck up cheerleader who likes dual batons. Her special move makes her spin around causing a tornado. Special moves can be performed by using special weapons.
While there are a ton of melee weapons in the world, the main focus will be on the character's signature melee weapon and the various buildable and upgradable guns. Each character has a class of melee weapons that they feel most comfortable with. By using their favored weapon, they gain access to a powerful special attack once their power bar is charged to max by killing enemies. There are also 16 different guns that will be built using 25 different types of weapon parts scattered and hidden in each level. Each gun also has 3 different levels of upgrades which not only makes the gun more powerful, but can change the way it operates as well. Ex: Nailgun level 1 has you holding two semi-automatic nailguns , while nailgun 3 has an extended clip and has autofire capabilities.
There are five chapters in the game: Suburbia Nightmare, Shopping Maul, High School, Cemetery Scary, and Evil Castle. Each chapter contains 3 to 5 stages.
There are over 60 types of different enemies ranging from your average zombies all the way to werewolves and mummies. Each enemy has its own set of behavior and attack patterns.
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