Crimsonland developed by 10tons tells you what action games are about like mowing everything down in a hail of bullets with an intense and gratifying top-down dual stick shooter from arcade action games.
Throughout the game, the screen will be filled with literally hundreds of monsters, and your min duty is to blast them
In line with this, you will have to complete sixty quests to unlock a massive array of awesome weapons and abilities
Afterward, you can then unleash your arsenal in Survival modes with online leaderboards.
On the other side, this game is categorized into twin-stick shooter where it is painting the pavement red by the end of each stage.
At the beginning of the game, levels start out calmly but it comes to hard later.
Along the game, you will have to gun down the bad guys, so that your progress meter fills up.
When it has been full, the invasion ends and you can move on to the next wave of levels.
Later on, you will get to go to the end of a level, and monsters drop weapons and power-ups that help victory come easier.
You will start with a piddly pistol that shoots slowly, but you can upgrade to a submachine gun, a futuristic ion rifle
Moreover, you will be equipped with a good old-fashioned shotgun that sprays a wide cone of bullets.
Every gun here comes with varying power as well as different rates of fire and clip sizes.
Furthermore, you will also stumble onto perks or single-use items that can be a life saver.
Some of these perks temporarily speed up your performance, while others directly damage the bad guys by incinerating them with a wheel of fire or otherwise clear the screen of scum.
Actually, this game gives you a ton of simple fun with something primitively satisfying about finishing a level and standing alone on a rust-red battlefield, surrounded by a litter of body parts and spider legs.
In addition, this game is free to download, and it offers a pretty significant chunk of content at no cost.
You can then enjoy the game will full experience, more levels, weapons, and perks with three pay tiers to choose from: $4.99, $9.99, and $14.99 in which all three offer you the same amount of content.