There are the usual bonuses and lots of stuff to play, so I think if you want to play this genre, you’ll probably get your money’s worth. An astronaut takes a cursed Japanese doll into space, and she turns her friends into dolls, and now the astronaut has to figure out how to break the curse before it’s too late. There are other interesting elements that set the game apart from other similar games, and it has a good 150 nested puzzle screens whose ultimate goal is to get the machine working again. Don’t expect this game to last long or offer deep gameplay, but it’s certainly weird enough to scratch a certain kind of itch from the player. Some kind of puzzle game where you have to put mirrors to reflect lightning, three? Three? Three Now Production game shows up, and I have no idea what to do with it. There’s a career mode with lots of missions, and you get upgrades and new weapons as you go. It’s really great if you like those kind of puzzles, but if you can’t solve them, you probably won’t be sure, even with all those extra gimmicks. This is a cheap starter 3 game that looks different at first glance, but turns out to be very common. There are forty levels in total, split between one player and multiple players, with the latter being the local two-player mode. Considering the price, the game is very appealing, but this is probably the best it has to offer. You play as Copter Shark, a flying shark that can stretch its neck and eat zombies without getting infected. Just enough to check the file and see what’s among the usual suspects. It’s not a very fun game, and the fact that it costs a lot for what it is doesn’t make it any better. An element of color has been added to this game to make it a little clearer.