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Systematic Immunity

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Systematic Immunity is a challenging precision platformer set inside the human body...and not a particularly healthy one either. This body has been infected by a big, nasty bugger of a germ, who is making it his business to spawn many more germs as fast as he can. You and your mob of 20 white blood cells must put a stop to his shenanigans at all costs!

Use all your skills to run, jump, roll, float, bounce and teleport your way through the inhospitable tissue of your host human. But remember, each white cell can only kill one germ. So watch out for casualties!Key Features
  • Control your cells using the keyboard or XBox 360/One controller
  • Play through 75 levels spread through 3 organs
  • Defeat boss germs in each organ
  • Collect info snippets about the human immune system and biology
  • Unlock extra levels with their own collectible info snippets
  • Create your own levels to play and share
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Felix Wunderlich
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Felix Wunderlich
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://felixwunderlichgames.com/systematic.html

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windoes Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: 3Ghz Dual Core Prcessor
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 10 and Shader Model 3.0 graphics support
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Systematic Immunity reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Apparently I'm the first to write a review on Russian.:) So. About the game. The Game consists of 75 levels, where you control the funny white blood calves traveling through the human body. Your goal is to pass the level, saving the maximum number of white logs to the end of the level of the stench-green nasty microbes. You have to pass the level (and you have to, believe me, and more than once) in two cases-either you have lost all the white defenders of the body, or lose them too much, so that the remaining simply not enough to destroy the green contagion. In Addition, as you progress through the level can optionally collect small exclamation marks that will tell you after completing the level of interesting facts about the human body. You have to travel to different systems of the body and "cleanse" them from the aforementioned microbes. My feelings of the game. For my taste the visual component is somewhat weak/rustic. Besides, I seemed hardcore. Although I am not a pro in a similar genre, so here as a says, taste and color... Output. If you're a fan of super meat Boy-me, hardcore and you like biology-then this game is for you. For the full price do not advise, but with a discount of 91%-quite. Well, plus cards, of course.:)
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Microsoft from Spain
Product received for free At Systematic Immunity you put yourself in the skin of a set of white cells within the organism whose function is to eliminate the germs and that you find yourself inside. The game consists of 3 parts (stomach, lungs and brain), with 25 levels each. The goal of each level is to eliminate germs from that level. In Addition, there are extra levels to unlock, and secrets to unlock, hats for cells (yes, xD), etc. To some extent, it reminded me of the Super Meat Boy in some mechanics, like going past boats or crawling through the walls. In Addition, you have different skills, such as rolling, teleporting, or planning (you can only use one in each world). The Game I liked a lot, is challenging, some levels can become frustrating. By passing each level, you get a score, which depends on:-Take less than the time set for that level. -Get all your cells to the germs without losing any of them. What I liked the least of the game is that, when handling several cells at once (all go in the same direction), sometimes die some to separate slightly and you have to repeat over and over again. In short, for what it offers I liked it enough, especially because it is a challenging game without becoming too frustrating (in some levels it is). Yes, if you want to remove all the unlockable, do it all in less than the time set, etc... So if you might have to sweat.
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