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Features
- Decapitate, freeze, burn as well as riddle with bullet and laser fire your enemies using more than 35 weapons
- Battle through 65 levels set in four time periods: Viking-Age, Wild West, 1930’s mob infested Chicago and modern-day New York
- Obliterate more than 20 types of unique enemies
- No death animations, each kill has its own unique physics based reaction
- Conquer time travel as well as eight bosses and their mini-bosses
- Hours of gameplay with an enormous amount of content
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