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Project: Holy Shield Screenshots



Features:
-  An epic adventure through seven different maps and 14 levels.
   Play levels anew in Survival and Hunt modes!
-  Play as Gabriel or Rachel, two Holy Shield members,
   and discover their powerful combos.
-  More than 20 different upgradeable weapons, including
   flamethrowers,machine guns, and Blessed Revolvers.
-  High -quality 3D environments and full third-person view.
-  More than 15 enemies, and up to 40 entities on-screen
   at the same time.
-  Three types of gameplay: TPS in Story mode, FPS in Hunt mode,
   and device-tilt in Vehicle mode.
-  Immerse yourself in an original, 80’s-style soundtrack composed
   by The Slaughters.
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