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Dimension Hunter

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The parasitarias cerebrum cancer, or the Dance Dance Party Hat as it was originally marketed, was the No.1 selling party accessory of 2082 on our world. Attach the hat to one of those white wine spritzer drinking wallflowers and watch as they dance like nobody's watching (and occasionally lose control of their bladder). In 2092, the scientific community had discovered thousands of medical uses for the party hats, or brain crabs as they were now referred. These ranged from a remedy for ADHD for small children to curing erectile dysfunction in the elderly. No one knew where they originally came from but, wow, they made us feel sexy!
Over time the brain crab became our friend, our family, and our go-to guy.

Nobody expected what happened next...in 2096 reports started to emerge that users of the brain crab were unable or unwilling to remove their purple-headed friends. Over the following months, the crabs started to slowly burrow into the host's skulls and this triggered some sort of transformation in the host's DNA - mutating them into grotesque monsters, beasts, and croc wearers. Not even the sweet release of death was enough for these cheeky symbiotic crustaceans to let their hosts go; die and they would have you back up within an hour, chatting about the latest fad diet to hit the crabby world - and we are so tired of dieting. Please help us - kill us, kill us allllll!!!


The dimension ship USS Ulysses' crew has been infected with a deadly inter-dimensional biomechanical parasite.

The ship's crew has activated all of the dimension gates allowing the virus to spread throughout time and space causing anomalies and destruction across the ship.


It's your mission to:

  • Destroy the infected crew.
  • Close all of the dimensional gates
  • Hunt and exterminate any infected in other dimensions
  • Destroy the Ulysses before it destroys every dimension!

We know what you're thinking, not another skinless zombie shooter mission, well don't be a Pessimistic Pete. Our scans show lots of species and Dimensions have been infected so before you know it you will be slaughtering aliens, werewolves, cyborgs, dinosaurs, demons, and weird fish men that we don't even have a name for yet...let's call them Jeff...death to all JEFFS!!!! MFING JEFFS KILLED MY WIFE…. JJJJEEEFFFFF!!!!... ETC!!!

We will send you weapon upgrades and care packages as and when we can but it's not Christmas, so don't expect a lot.

We have also fitted you with our patent pending anti-brain crab helmet, it's our only prototype so please give it a polish before returning home. Your helmet will afford you some protection but it's not going to stop them from trying to get to your grey matter. As my mother always used to say, “A clean, crab-free helmet is close to godliness”...... my mother was insane, obviously, but still great advice.


Dimension Hunter allows you to immerse yourself in this tongue in cheek, over the top, retro-arcade experience, with a unique choice of free or railed movement. Fast paced, hardcore, fluid gameplay mechanics with a unique, and yet familiar, comic book style of carnage and gore.


Dimension Hunter gives you a unique mix of 17 locomotion methods from arcade railed to free Thumbstick movement and everything in between. Play the way you want to play!

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Developer
Pocket Money Games
Publisher
Pocket Money Games
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or better
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: N/A
  • Additional Notes: VR ONLY!
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or better
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: N/A
  • Additional Notes: VR ONLY!
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Dimension Hunter reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
I do not know I just played a serious Sam and I go to this game I do not happen to play the music of the games is cool but the game too hard I find the game too hard or I have not understood I have no time to reload as I die at the 5th enemy finally good
Translated by
Microsoft from French
Simple and efficient, several modes of travel: rail shooter or joystick. I especially like the graphics and the ambiance, the difficulty is quite raised in rail shooter but it is feasible. The atmosphere and the DA of the games have really sawed me. Good title in VR!
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Number 1 and take 2! Actually it is two Games, on the one hand there is free Movement by Trackpad and on the other hand you can play it as a Railshooter. With free Locomotion, you are Able to dodge bullets quickly and quickly go into or out of Cover. On Rails I played only very briefly and died quite quickly;) I prefer to play it in free Movement. The Levels I've seen so far are very atmospheric. To the Story you can read briefly up here, it's about "Bioimplants ..." You will be Accompanied by a robot assistant (BOB) who gives Instructions on what to do and when Powerups are ready and sometimes also has a cheeky Saying Ready. It is Clenched with two Handguns, both of which each have a special Update. Once, it's the Gravitygun that lets you grab Items and then use them as a Shield or Weapon by throwing them at the Enemies. It exists from the Very beginning. In addition, you will get other Upgrades in the Course of the Game, even something cool as well as matrix-like Bullettime. At the End of each Level, there's a Boss fight. The Frustrating Thing is that every Time you die, you have to start at the Beginning of the Level. With the Boss Fights, there is usually a Trick to defeat it. In addition to the different Bosses, each Level looks different, with different Enemies, terrain and/or Weapon abilities. The Sin City-inspired Art Style either pleases you or doesn't. However, the Game has something of its own and stands out from the usual Shooter-genre porridge. Even Shooting Noises are partly displayed as "BLAM," etc., or opponents ' Comments plop over them as Speech bubbles. Very stylish. The driving Music in the Game can be switched between Dance, Alternative, Rock, epic or 8-Bit. There are many Fine Adjustment options for Getting around, unfortunately no Teleportation (maybe to be patched), but free locomotion and onRail. (see above) The Game is Fun and not too heavy on simple and normal. I didn't try The other Difficulty Levels. Recommended if you're into black, white And red comics in the Style of Sin City.
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