As the protagonist stands on the verge of entering the mystical town of Pitara to fight the unseen and the almost impregnably unknown enemy, he would sure know the fate of his precedes. After the mysterious death of all the 1000 residents of the town, even the explorers have not been spared and they never managed to return. The protagonist has his task cut out. He has to go into the town, find out that mysterious being and kill it. But hold on, how can we be sure that it is only one? There are sure going to be a large number of guards, who will be protecting their head from unforeseen intrusions.
To fight against and kill the ones who are already dead, the protagonist has some weapons with him. The weapons include a pistol, military rifle, light machine gun, shotgun and sub machinegun to defend himself and kill his enemies. These five weapons will help the protagonist save himself from these dead men who will be leaping on him from all corners. However, please remember that all these weapons and their armaments are in short supply. He could collect some of the armaments during his exploration in the city, for the rest austerity would be the best policy to adopt. Keep money with yourself as they might be of help in purchasing some armaments before the beginning of a level.
There are a total of eleven levels that one has to cross before one could resolve the mystery which has been looming over the town. Each one of these levels will start with an objective that has to be accomplished by the protagonist, the place where such mission can be consummated and the route to the same. The protagonist would then be required to be on his own and find the way. However, don’t dare to forget what lies in store.
TigerTom's Tipperary Showdown 1.0 Simple 2D first-person shooter set in County Tipperary in the Republic Of Ireland. 3 levels. Shoot the aliens. Avoid getting shot. Do not shoot the aliens waving a white flag
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