In a world where almost everything has been replaced by advanced machines, it is only a matter of time before we are all replaced by is called the final solution. In the midst of a ruined world, your only hope for survival is to join one of the factions that are competing for control of the last remaining natural resources:
A pandemic has decimated the world’s population. You alone remain unaffected. However, due to a high fever, you think that everyone else is dead. You must find other survivors and form a new society. But it’s not that easy. Everyone else thinks you’re an impostor, so you must survive as a lone survivor in this post-apocalyptic
Shooting games have been around for ages, and there are so many great games out there. However, not all of these games can be called ‘perfect’. Some of these games, even though they are fun to play, are not that great when you look at their mechanics and how they are made. Games such as these are, perhaps, a bit too simple. They lack variety, they lack complexity, they lack a certain something to set them apart from other games. And that is where this game comes in. It is one of those games that has all of those things. It has variety, it has complexity, and it has that ‘something’ that makes it stand out from the rest.
One of the most infuriating things about playing video games for a living is getting duped. You see that your favorite streamer has a new episode of their favorite game streaming series up on YouTube and you can’t wait to watch. So, you craft your best comment and hop on the chat to give them your support. You type in your code—a secret that only your fellow viewers know—and then you wait. And wait. And wait. But the streamer doesn’t reply. Or worse yet, they do reply, but they don’t answer your comment. Every time this happens, it’s like a smack in the face. You feel like you’ve been had. You feel like there’s a impostor out there pretending to be you.
Is this another one of those games that have “fake” in the title? You know, the ones where you play as a dude in a suit who pretends to be someone else? Yeah, this isn’t one of those. At least, not if you play the iOS version of “Squid vs. octopus” by Amongus Games. This game is one of the most relaxed, chilled-out mobile games you will play, which is probably why it’s so popular. In “Squid vs. octopus,” you take on the role of an octopus trying to survive in an ocean filled with vicious squid. You start out with just two tentacles, and as you progress, you’ll unlock more. Each new tentacle you unlock will let you perform different actions, like throw a rock, tie a rope, or hold onto a key. The catch is, you can only use the abilities that correspond to your current tentacle. For example, if you’re trying to open a door, you can only use the tentacle that’s equipped with the rock. You’ll have to choose wisely, as your life is on the line. Don’t worry, you have unlimited continues.