Join a secret and mysterious society whose members have sworn to get rid of war criminals, former mafia members, and other outlaws, living incognito among us. Hiding behind the appearance of a simple ‘man in the street’, the Bad Guys feel untouchable. They don’t expect you to track them and make evil plans. “ KTBG: Kill The Bad Guy ” will stress and test your mental skills through a puzzle game where physics plays an important role.
As part of an obscure Society tracking terrorists and evil guy around the world, you are in charge to plan their murder.
To reach your goal, you have access to a very large set of diversions and traps that will allow you to lead the bad guy to a violent death.
The hardest part of your job is to remain undetected. No one should ever be able to notice you: nor bystanders or camera and definitely not the bad guy, who will run for his life immediately. Your Society must remain secret.
And please do remember, that you are not a bad guy so you have to avoid killing innocent people at all costs.
Thanks to your intelligence and your trickery, you will find the best way to lure him into your trap. You will then be able to choose your weapon: a sabotaged car running on him, a propeller coming from a defective extractor from an air-conditioner or a a wrecking ball which detached itself unfortunately…
Every level provides the possibility to kill your target with various weapons and traps. One of your objectives will be to search all possible means to kill him in order to get the most spectacular death!
Many different ways to kill (Explosion, Blast, Crash, Various projectiles and much more…)
Different levels to track the Bad Guy
Do not draw attention
Bloody Surgical Strikes
Puzzle game with infinite possibilities
Numerous and various Physics interactions
Gore game with an original Artistic Direction
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This game is rather simple, at least it is at first. You just need to set up traps for the bad guys, then make those freakish accidents happen, while making sure no civilians are getting hurt, or even realize what's going on. The concept is rather fun, and the execution is good enough. Some levels can be frustrating, as the controls sometimes are your worst enemy, especially if you need to do something quickly, but overall, it is an ok game, that can be enjoyed for a while. The multiplayer part is interesting. Too bad you can only play it with bots, because no one ever is online. The graphics are very simple, but they do the job alright. The game sometimes slows down though, but it my be just my machine. Overall, it is a good enough game, that i will recommend.
Every level will have you attempting to kill your target, you may have a variety of ways to do so but each level will also give you a secondary objective to do it in a certain way, to find a hidden passport, and to catch the targets tooth as it is knocked out as they die. You are going to kill your target by luring them into the area where they need to go by moving streets signs or dropping obstacles and objects that will alter the path of your target. You will need to do these things without your target viewing the changes, and in later levels without police or cameras seeing them. Targets can be killed in a wide variety of ways such as being hit by out of control cars, crushed by pianos, power cables falling in a pool of water, launched into the air, set on fire by flaming oil, etc. Some of these traps need to be created by combining different items such a tying a rope onto another object you want to use. The game can start to become repetitive and they start to lose some of the humor when instead of using a more humorous background for your target they instead start using people like the serial killer Albert Fish.
By all accounts, this game is pure slapstick, with a splatter of gore here and there, strongly contrasting the purposely white surfaces, and further driving home the point: this game is a death machine simulator. And a death machine you are. The objective is to find a way to kill your unsuspecting victim. Now whether or not this is a good game is horribly masked by the given assumption that these are all “bad guys,” or people who, at one point in their life, were committed to acts towards the perpetuation of evil. Bad people must die after all. But underneath all that are simple yet oddly satisfying game mechanics that underscore the importance of gameplay in… well, games, really. Story doesn’t always drive a story (seeing as how this one only offers a vague sense of purpose for the player). But in all, this game is worth at least a few hours of game time. If not for the engaging gameplay or the mechanics or whatnot, but for the morbid fascination we all have with blood splatters and death. And immolation. And dismemberment. And… well, you’ll just have to play the game to know what I mean.
In " Kill the bad guy" you basically need to delete a specific target , creating traps not to call public attention, making it look like an "accident" . This makes the game eventually become repetitive and a bit boring. One of the positives is the soundtrack , with strong beats that contribute to the complete immersion in the game world . The graphics are not as good as I expected but in return the gameplay is perfect , the controls work very well and there are hardly any crashes . Another weak point of the game is the difficulty is extremely easy which makes the player runs it very fast. But we can still have a few hours of fun. I recommend this game to everyone , especially those who like action games and strategy.
Kill the Bad Guy is as simple as it gets. Kill your assigned target in various ways. The gameplay is surprisingly deep allowing for multiple variable to go off , allowing the player to find multiple ways to kill your target. The graphics are simple and hardly have any color besides grey, white and red basically. The sound effects are pretty decent in the game. Ragdoll physics are accurately portrayed as far as I can say. Overall I would recommend this game for a nice puzzle challenge.
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