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Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET


Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is an interesting title – both literally and in regards to the game itself. The name smacks of 60’s-era B-movies, and the main story mode does a pretty good job of providing an equally out there tale to follow. From my brief time with the demo a few months ago I figured it would be a fun, but short lived, arcade style experience. While that’s true to an extent, I would highly recommend at least checking out the campaign for the 3 or so hours it takes to beat. Doborog through a couple of curve balls at us, and turn what could have otherwise been said short lived experience into something a little more interesting. I won’t spoilt any of the story here, but suffice to say we get more than we bargained for going in.What I will regale you with though is how the games play. Predominantly melee focused with occasional long range options, we play as a randomly generated drone that is a clone of a human entering the danger zone (obviously). Upon entering the arena we must slash and swipe at various types of enemies robots in order to clear the stage before descending into the waiting area to apply an upgrade between each round.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The combat is a bit tricky to get to grips with, but still quite fun in the heat of the moment. Pulling the trigger lets us attack and holding a direction on the movement stick dictates whether we hit vertically or horizontally. A lot of the enemies will have shields or armour to consider, so in conjunction with jumping and dashing we need to angle the correct attack to hit them. Get a good connection and it’s a one hit kill affair, though some foes can withstand multiple weaker hits while others such as the Spider Bot 5000 need their legs chopping down before we get to the exposed main body. I did find it a bit tricky to really get much accuracy going on mind. Most often I just charged in swinging and hoping for the best. We’re as fragile as the enemy and so one good swipe at us will see a life lost, which spells game over if we haven’t built a reserve of clones using the upgrades points awarded for clearing rounds. These upgrade points can also be spent on improving our weapons, buying new ones, or buffing us up with armour, deflective skills and more. It pays to choose wisely but when we lose all of our clones we must start the process over from scratch, so it’s also good to experiment to see what works best.

Sharp Sword Combat.

It’s tricky to hit then, but when we do we’re treated to some lovely looking voxel-based physical destruction. Enemies split in two at the exact point we hit them, while it’s also possible to chop off arms to prevent them from using their weapons, or legs meaning they have to hop or crawl around after us. When there are a ton of foes in a skirmish it’s not unusual to see parts flying all over the shop, especially as friendly fire is very much on. One moment saw one of the Flame Raptors (hell yeah) barrel in to swipe me with its tail only to send all the enemies currently attacking me scattering across the arena, most of which landed in a few pieces. By the time we unlock some of the other weapons such as the brutish hammer and hard to aim but very deadly bow we can cause some serious carnage in the arenas and beyond. Handy, as the later stages get quite tough indeed. In addition to the main story mode are various challenge arenas, offering tough scenarios with the promise of achievements and some more potential upgrade unlocks. There are a fair few to play through, and of the ones I’ve tried I barely made it half way in each.Farming Simulator 17

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

It’s safe to say then that this’ll likely be where players send most of their time after the shorter campaign is done. Online multiplayer is also featured, complete with cross platform play. This is always a good thing but especially here where I found it all but impossible to match make when only playing Xbox servers but I got straight into a game with cross platform enabled. There are various modes to try such as endless waves and Kicks Only, and entering into battle with others proved to be a blast. There was definitely a noticeable lag at times to inputs – my attacks would swipe clean through enemies or my team mates hits would register after mine – but for the most part this worked well enough to be enjoyable. The gameplay is simple enough in nature and quite fun, but outside of the scenarios we’re placed in it doesn’t really differ much no matter what mode we play. There are times where it can feel a bit random in the way we get killed out of nowhere, and after an hour of the slightly awkward feeling combat I was ready to put it down for the night to come back to the next day. I can see this being a fun way to spend an hour with friends online (there’s no local MP) in between other titles.

Terrifying Robotic Enemies.

but also not one that the crew will be itching to get back to as part of the regular rotation.There’s nothing that makes you realise how vast the video game landscape is than finding out about a game that has sold an eye watering number and has more than 15k “Overwhelmingly Positive” reviews on Steam that you’ve never heard of. Here’s Clone Drone In The Danger Zone, a game that launched out of an extensive period of early access in July 2021 and still has an active multiplayer scene, that had totally slipped me by. It’s worth going back to review these games because you might be in the same boat as I was. And this one is certainly worth your time. It’s the future and robots have somehow gained sentience. They’ve turned on humanity and there’s a war going on among the stars. While the galactic battle between man and machine eventually becomes important here, it’s not really the most pressing matter at hand. In Clone Drone In The Danger Zone, you play as a human that has been captured by the robots. With their mind transferred into of a robot body of their own, they’re thrown into a series of arena battles to amuse the robotic masses. It’s a simple premise that sets up the irreverent and often hilarious theme to the game.Police Simulator Patrol Officers

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

In the single player campaign, you play as these captured humans who are competing for survival in a gauntlet of fights. Swinging your melee weapons either horizontally down or sweeping vertically, or shooting arrows from your bow, you have to destroy every robot that is put before you during each round. Once you’ve smashed them all to pieces, you can head back down an elevator shaft as the next round is prepared. At the bottom of this elevator is “Upgrade Bot”. With every successful round you win, you’re allowed to visit this robot and get an upgrade from the available skill tree. These abilities unlock new weapons, improve existing one’s and give you access to “clones” (which work as an extra life). As you progress through each round, the difficulty will rise, mixing an increased number of enemies with ever more deadly ones. There’s a wide variety of arena structures too, with jump pads, spike traps, saw blades and obstacles making each round feel fresh. While the combat, movement and structure of Clone Drone In The Danger Zone couldn’t be considered “deep”, it’s certainly engaging. Smacking the opposing robots to voxel bits, utilising whatever weapon you’re packing, is never not gratifying.

Entertaining Commentary.

The AI of the hostile robots isn’t very smart, and often you can strafe strike your way to victory, but the variety of robots, and their ever increasing number, means there’s a reasonably challenge here. There’s a rogue-lite structure to the single player content in Clone Drone In The Danger Zone which directs the narrative. The overriding aim of the single player content is to survive consecutive rounds. I won’t spoil the overarching story because it’s worth experiencing first hand. What I will say is that for every 10 consecutively levels you complete, the narrative will move onto a new chapter which acts as your new starting point. The short but strong narrative that builds up here is outlandish but certainly worth experiencing. The most entertaining aspect of Clone Drone In The Danger Zone is the comedic tone. Via commentary delivered by a pair of robots, you’ll get a constant irreverent spin on the situation you find yourself in. At the start and end of each round in the arena, you’ll get observational ribs and confused spin on humanity with such dry and robotic delivery that it’s all the more entertaining.

This helps elevate the combat and progression system, making it far less repetitious than it would feel without it. Sure, not all of it lands but the vast majority of it does. The same can be said about the art work and music. The voxel artwork employed here is an excellent pairing for the robotic figures you’ll be playing as and fighting against. While it’s nowhere near as detailed as the voxel figures you’ll find in the likes of Echo Generation or Staxel, they still pack in quite a lot of character. Similarly, the music channels the YouTube era of modern day dubstep and EDM to drive you on with pumping beats and chunky rhythms. It all comes together as quite a cool vibe. Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is one of those games that got released, but didn’t get much press attention. I’m obviously of the opinion that it’s not really our fault. We do what we can to cover everything, but ultimately, a lot of genuinely excellent games get released that never get the fair shake they deserve. It would be very easy to turn this into an article about that, but instead, I’m just going to wax lyrical about how absolutely delightful Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is, and why you should play it.

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is a voxel-based fighting game where you play as a human brain in a robot body cutting down actual robots in robot bodies. It’s a game that, for some reason, I’d assumed was a roguelike, and while it has some elements of that, it’s more of a beat ’em up than anything else. You control your character by moving around, attacking while moving forwards to attack vertically, and attacking while moving sideways to attack horizontally. You also unlock things like kicks, different weapons, and even flame breath eventually. You start off by fighting in an arena using these abilities, and you’ll eventually take successful combatants out onto other missions as you try and fight back against the overwhelming might of the robots. I wasn’t expecting that at all, I just thought that Clone Drone in the Danger Zone was a game about fighting robots and making it look cool. Don’t get me wrong, when you cut down a line of three robots in one swing of your flaming sword, it definitely looks cool, but that’s not the point. In fact, I don’t even think the story mode is the point either. It’s one of those games where I’m fairly confident that the game made by the developers themselves is just the first impression.Farthest Frontier

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