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Terror of Hemasaurus Free Download Repacklab Play as a giant monster and wreak havoc on humanity in this retro city smash ‘em up! Punch buildings, slap helicopters, eat humans, kick cars – enjoy multiple ways to cause carnage! Satisfying arcade action and mindless destruction for up to 4-players! Earth is on the brink of a climate catastrophe! The Church of the Holy Lizard hatches a dubious plan to save humanity from its own reckless disregard of the planet – unleash a monster to kill, destroy, and inflict terror! Embark on a rampaging trail of total devastation across multiple stages as one of four recently defrosted monsters. Roar with delight as you stomp terrified citizens and pulverise buildings in an apocalyptic, retro arcade blast of awesome monsters, satisfying destruction, and farcical fatalities! SEXY GAMES
Terror of Hemasurus is the latest game from Super Blood Hockey creator, Loren Lemcke. MONSTERS! Hemasaurus! Clocksloth! Salamandrah! Autonomous Hemasaurus! Four terrifying (but also kind of adorable) beasts, each with their own killer moves! DESTRUCTION! Explosive pixel devastation and mayhem on a monstrous scale! Reduce buildings to dust. Topple skyscrapers. Destroy everything! DEATH! Hurl humans into helicopter blades! Butt slam into crowds of terrified citizens! Eat people for nourishment! Smoosh them all to save the planet! STAGES! Do what the game tells you across a variety of levels! Kick cars into buildings! Rescue the cats and dogs! Total a tower in record time! FRIENDS! Got buddies? Good for you!
Terror of Hemasaurus begins with zero subtlety.
The dastardly Richie Hoarderson is having a debate with a climate scientist warning him of the dangers of climate change. Hoarderson assures him and all those watching that climate change has no bearing on the lives of the people at home. It’s not like it’s a giant monster hellbent on destroying us all. In the background, a large piece of ice clearly imprisoning the titular massive lizard breaks loose and begins to drift. When Hemasaurus gains consciousness, it’s greeted by the head of a cult that worships it. The cult’s goal – to spread destruction to make people start caring about the environment. Inspired by the classic Midway game, Rampage. Terror of Hemasaurus is a a hell lots of fun! The physics of the world alongside the destruction makes lots and lots of fun messing around with the mechanics of the game. Potionomics
See a rocket? Kick it, A car is coming? Kick it, watch it crashing through the buildings, then kick it again before reaching the ground for style points. It isn’t a particularly large leap to assume that the game is going to preach the virtues of going green while shaming our habits. More than one person on the game’s Steam discussion thread went through the opening in the demo and was so incensed that “politics” were infecting the game that they would certainly not be purchasing it. The game’s developer responded by suggesting that the user play Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo instead, as that game would be far less “political.” It was very funny. Put them to use by getting them to join you for some local co-op carnage! Up to four friends can cause terror together!
it’s a comedy with a very specific message
humanity itself is just terrible and the things that befall us often don’t stop simply because we don’t really want to stop them. There are a fair amount of little cutscenes that lampoon gaming and society. The dev briefly puts himself in the game, but not in an overly indulgent way. This is easily one of the funniest games I’ve played in recent memory and it’s kind of worth playing for the story bits alone. There are also aliens commenting wryly on everything they see. When you get a game over, they criticize the dev for making a pointless video game instead of trying to do something productive. The game is broken into three chapters with a combination of levels and bonus levels. Most levels follow the classic Rampage template. A Plague Tale: Requiem
You’re meant to walk from left to right, destroying the city while keeping your monster alive along the way. There are four playable characters and the game has four-player local co-op. The characters are Hemasaurus, a mecha version of Hemasaurus, a giant sloth, and a giant salamander. They all mostly play identically, save for their ultimate attack. The mecha has my favorite one, which fires off a rocket that produces a huge explosion. There’s a choice between the story mode and an endless mode. The story mode will probably take around two-to-three hours. Each level has different objectives. The usual one is to destroy at least 75% of the buildings, but there are levels where you need to kill a certain number of people or destroy vehicles.
There are other silly additions too, such as giant metal balls you can kick to wreck buildings.
There are also giant trampolines sometimes because why the hell not? As for the endless destruction mode, it’s just like the Rampage arcade game in structure, only it really is endless. The threat level goes up to 10, so you’ll contend with greater threats as you go in. I will say, characters in this game can get melted very quickly despite being giant monsters. An enemy with an assault rifle can take away half your health in a second if you’re not careful. Granted, you heal by eating people but that’s slow going. Still, as long as you’re careful, the game is pretty easy. To help things stay interesting, Terror of Hemasaurus has modifiers that you can unlock for its endless mode by getting the game’s achievements. You can turn on cheats like invulnerability and infinite ultimate as well as put yourself into the tank or UFO for more insane destruction. Disgaea
You can also specify how many people you want or what the background looks like. The only thing I’d really like on top of this would be a literal endless level that just keeps going indefinitely, although I’m not sure if that would even be possible.If you like mean-spirited, brutally honest satire and are itching for a better version of Rampage, Terror of Hemasaurus is pretty much a must-play. It’s short and it could do with some more longevity in its endless mode, but the satisfying destruction physics and ridiculous chaos make for a fun time if you’re into Kaijus destroying things. And if you’re a misanthrope you’ll finally have a game that encapsulates your philosophy. At the end of each level, you’ll have done tens of millions of dollars in property damage and killed hundreds of people.
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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce 8800 or equivalent.
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 500 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible.
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