Plazma Burst 2 Game
For lovers of tactical shooting games, Plazma Burst 2, is definitely a game to instantly fall in love with. This is a two dimensional shooting game. It allows players to move either to the right or left to attack or hide from their enemies. The game can conveniently be played online using any PC. This means that players do not have to download a software to your mobile or PC.
Like most games, when starting Plazma Burst 2, players will be required to select your player name. Next, the player will need to select the ideal appearance of your warrior character. Once this is done, the real play can now begin.
For new players, there are various difficulty levels to start from. Players have the option of selecting from either the normal, easy or hard levels. However, this does not mean that that new players can access any level in the category selected. Players have to start with the very first level and unlock other levels up. But, this is to be expected with most if not all tactical games anyway. Looking on the bright side, players can always go back and play levels that they successfully passed without losing track of their current achievements.
As the play progresses, players, also known as the warriors, will encounter enemies who plan on setting doom on earth. The enemies, just like warriors, will be in a costume that allows you to easily identify them. It is simply for the warriors to shoot and destroy them. However, players do not always have to shoot. Players can always decide to use grenades instead of shooting. Upgrading of the fight equipment can easily be done by redeeming points achieved to get new equipment or refill rounds at the equipment section. Also, players can tactfully use barrels that are located at each level to destroy the enemies. Once the barrels are shot, they explode on the enemies.
Bottomline About Cool Game
Plazma Burst 2 is generally a great game. However, the game could do with improvements on the movement and fight controls. The controls are hard to master for new players. Especially, because motion is left to keyboard arrows