Sentenced to Death: Wave2

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---===Sentenced to death: Wave 2===---
Get ready and load your guns! The second part of the Daily fifth place winner game, Sentenced to death: Wave 1 comes out! Now a lot of things changed. First of all, you won't be foolin' around in only 4 levels- there's now 8 of them! Divided in two parts, the story brings you to Hell city, where you must kill the escaped prisoners. That also means that you can navigate through the whole city and meet a lot of interactive characters. Tired of the old Desert eagle? Now you can get 5 different weapons which bring different effects! The game became more violent. Shoot the criminals' brains and guts out, tear them into pieces and burn! A lot of new destroyable items were added. Now enjoy the massacre! You know you want it!

P.S.: And PLEEEEEAAASE, read the HELP page!

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cool game


pretty cool do a number 3


Wow. That was nice man. You compared simple click-n-shoot and quest in one game. Yeah, there are some bugs, but they are not really valuable. There is no music while you are in city, u'd better fix it and make 2.2 version or smth. like that.
My overall score is 9. Pretty good.
Keep working.

how do u go to other places

is it only 4 levels. and theres alot of spelling errors

AshSamael responds:

Spelling errors? Oh, really? Than you forgot to type an "?" sign, genious. You can advance to the second part only after beating all 4 levels: each of it has a certain amount of completition percent to be completed (read the report before starting each mission). After you did that with all 4 levels the next city will be unlocked!

too fuckin hard

Make it easier!!!

AshSamael responds:

Yeah, I know that. Practice in the first city - after gaining skills you'll learn how to play better. This things take time to learn.

Credits & Info

3.40 / 5.00

Mar 29, 2006
6:05 PM EST
Action - Shooter - First Person
  • Daily 3rd Place March 30, 2006