Scary, but hilarious. Very, very bloody game with a very, very brutal «introduction story». So bloody, so brutal you just cant turn away!
Most of us just need something such a simple, cruel and fascinating game in the «killem all» style: When youre in a bad humor, with this kind of a game you can kill several minutes and tons of virtual enemies, saving yourself from killing somebody real.
Climbers of Fortunes «back story» is as non-humane as possible. Near future. In a country named «United Confederations», the government has decided to abandon all social institutions in the favor of weapons of mass destruction. Citizens of the country have the only chance to have medical care if they need: take a part in the «Climbers of Fortune» TV game and win. Youre a government guy. There is a wall; the government guy (you) are on the wall, and the crowd of Climbers is at its bottom, trying to climb up. You can crash them with iron balls and shred them with a chainsaw. They can notch you with an axe.
Very funny. Very bloody. Exciting! Infinite number of levels, cool nostalgic graphics and sound crowning the overall picture.
Now, if somebody has infuriated you to the level where you want to grab a REAL chainsaw, you can just turn around and play Climbers of Fortune. Almost the same thing.
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