Overkill from Craneball Studios Now Available in the Android Market

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  1. wicked

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    One way to make shooters really work on a touch screen is to remove movement and camera control entirely, letting us focus on aiming and shooting. Such is the case with Overkill, an excellent new first person gallery shooter from Craneball Studios. It's a simple and fun game with great graphics which also happens to be free.



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    Civilized society has collapsed and you have been hired as a mercenary with a mission to kill all you cross. On the Battlefield use an array of increasingly powerful weapons (AK-47, M4, SCAR, RPG, P90) to eliminate anything that stands in your way. A bounty is paid for everything that is killed and destroyed, and with the reward you can buy weapons or upgrades. You will fight through 20 waves in each of 5 Battlefields that the game offers. After beating 20 waves there is a massive Hell wave.


    14 WEAPONS TO UPGRADE
    Stocks, carts, scopes, frontmouths, barrels to upgrade = over one hundred combinations. Weapons include AK-47, M4, RPG, RG6, MP7, MAG, MG4, MSR, SCAR, MARV, HK 417, P90, TECH III

    100 WAVES
    100 waves with 5 extra hell waves in 5 locations

    PLENTY OF ENEMIES TO KILL
    Different enemies to kill, heavy flying drones to destroy

    OTHER FEATURES
    • lots of blood, explosions
    • awesome high-definition graphics
    • music and sound effect
    • upgrade your weapon the way you like, take a Snapshot and send it to your friends
    • detailed Stats you measure your progress (kills, bullets shot, accuracy, etc)






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    Keep in mind that while Overkill is very much free to download, some weapons and power-ups are locked and can be unlocked through a variety of options like in-app purchases or sharing the app on Facebook. Sounds pretty reasonable to me...

    Grab Overkill from the Android Market today.
     
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