Were you once a kid who ripped apart their unwanted toys, wished awful things on your sister's toys or simply imagined their toys were something else ...?
In this single player or 4 person co-op first person shooter you'll get to tackle some of the weirdest creatures and get to fire some of the craziest weapons.
Basically anything is possible ...
In Toy Wars you get to play as a toy as you are tasked with stopping the advance of the rebel toy army by destroying their bases ... the Toy Box.
The enemy Toy Boxes are well fortified and protected, be prepared for battle as waves of defenders are sent out to stop you.
Whether it is single player or co-op, the maps vary in how Toy Box destruction is achieved:
In Survival you must survive against the hordes that descend upon you and take over various strategic positions on the map before you can advance on the Toy Box In Protect mode your side has a number of construction workers who are busily building a path to the Toy Box (e.g. road or rail). You must ensure the enemy does not kill your construction workers before the path is complete
With enemy toys who have pirate cannons as heads, dancing ballerinas who kill you with their legs, wizards who make killer clouds, giant teddy bears who kill with one swipe and punks that eat you to death be prepared for anything.
Aside from our standard semi automatic rifle, sniper rifle and pistol we also have a collection of unusual weapons which would only exist in a kids toy box.
There's the Party Popper Shotgun that fires party poppers and streamers pellets, staple gun and automatic disk launcher that fires killer frisbee disks.
The game will ship with 7 maps all scaled as per real life. Therefore when playing as a toy everyday objects will appear huge.
We think that the best way to bring out people's imagination and creativity is to supply them with the tools to do this. Therefore we intend to release an SDK, so be prepared to find out what lies hidden in others imaginations.
I enjoyed this game up to a certain point. The game is great fun and all, even having me on the edge of my seat from some scary moments, but there could be so much more! This game just seems empty, which is a shame given its huge potential. It just seems unpolished and unfinished. The UI is clunky and unintuitive. The controls are easy to learn but they often use weird keys. The graphics are nice, and the game has decent lighting and bloom, But it just doesn't feel immersive. Like I said, this game has no polish and still needs a lot of work, but there is no doubt in my mind that this game will be great if the devs put some more work into it!
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