DieCrypter - Tactical Stealth Action. (Demo Included)

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Solidust, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. Solidust

    Solidust New Member

    Nov 19, 2012
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    DieCrypter is Tactical Stealth Action game in a intresting design. It is very simple and it has very fun gameplay.

    Game Info:
    You take on the role of a Human Being, who has been preserved in NEKUR like everyone else and given their own Avatar... The Avatar this user was given, has became glitched for an unknown reason, whether it was on purpose or not is not known. This glitch, has somehow altered the Humans psyche and as a result, has caused him to go berserk. His main goal is to destroy everything that is good in the NEKUR system, and to do everything in his power to make sure he does not fall. You are able to explore the vast NEKUR system and overcome the difficult and daunting tasks to come from life in a Cyber-World Many weapons and options are available to this Avatar, he must be creative and take many different approaches to combat to be successful in his goal of world domination!

    Website: http://diecrypter.com
    Play 5 minute demo: http://diecrypter.com/demo/index.html

    Tactical Stealth Action
    Different Weapons
    Smart AI
    Enemy Explosions cause chain reaction




    Would be happy if people would give some feedback. I am going to post later today when i get back from work a video showing new feature called "Camera & Static Grenades" and probably a bigger demo scene.
    #1 Solidust, Dec 5, 2012
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