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What is HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed about?

Hypercharge Unboxed is a tower defense, which is designed for multiplayer and is a pure first-person shooter. The upcoming version is a bright and colorful FPS that takes place in your typical suburban household and is inspired by the Toy Story, Tiny Soldiers, and maybe even Gunman series. You take control of a 5-inch tall soldier as you fight wave after wave of enemies in bedrooms, bathrooms, gardens, and more. The Unreal graphics are bombastic; you feel like you're in a real CGI movie, as a small person in a gigantic storage room. Everywhere there are shelves, cartons, the smallest details that make you realize where you are at the moment. Now you discover on a display in the upper right corner as well as on the map the "Hyper-Core" systems that need to be protected. These are three areas in red, green, and blue, with a system core, surrounded by drawings on the floor. In addition, there is also an elongated box connected to it in the immediate vicinity. In the End, Hypercharge Unboxed combines all the elements that everyone likes TD, FPS, and the film Small Soldiers. Defending the world as an action figure, and the way everything has been integrated is very cool made. Hypercharge Unboxed is an entertaining fun, but the games can sometimes run longer than expected. Especially genre lovers should take a look at this because the options with split-screen and online are great moves.

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    Digital Cybercherries

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    21 Jun 2017 ⏰

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OnionKnight

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96d ago

For me, it is definitely a buying recommendation!

The obvious things first: It's a fast TD Shooter, which, of course, is best played as a Coop. I could not try Deathmatch yet, because I had not found a game.

The game is a blast. I rarely had so much fun. A good game takes place mainly in the head, and I like the idea of jumping through oversized levels as a toy soldier and killing other toys.
The developers have done everything to keep the setting as harmonious as possible and very obviously put a lot of heart and soul into the details. Easter Eggs everywhere. From movie posters from the nineties to funny lyrics on shampoo bottles or a motorbike racetrack with a proper shape called Pen Island. Somewhere on the shelf is a box with a fantasy castle reminiscent of Castle Grayskull by Masters of the Universe. I don't know all the enemies yet, but just that a bomber is dropping these old toy soldiers? The firecracker.
The level design is reminiscent of Sin from Ritual Entertainment with the famous Living Room level, sometimes you miss a Grappling Hook, but then maybe the collectibles are hidden all over the standards would be too easy to reach.

The potential that the primary theme offers, and to a large extent, is already there, allows in theory a ton of possibilities of what could be implemented. In principle, everything that the toy industry has to offer. I am also thinking of exosuits, which the soldiers could then control, or even airplanes. You could create a Race'N Shoot mode. I also remember a game from the nineties that made toy cars drive through houses.

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