We all do like animals right, but what if they start talking to us, In the tone of humans? Won’t it be creepy and scary enough to get the guts out our system? Well, this is the exact thing happening in the 2-D adventure gameplay Gene Machine.
You play the role of Piers featherstonehough (pronounced fanshaw), a reputed British scientist, who has returned from his mission from America with the thought to relax only to a find a talking cat perched on his doorstep. Well, only to know the evil doctor Dinsey is on the verge of creating a dazzilion of such species by combining two creatures in a machine which leads to mutation. This is all to form his army of mutants to rule the world.
Piers along with his accomplice Mossop is set on the journey to track down Dinsey and destroy all the mutants he encounters on his way. The characters are shown cartoonish, with a perfect background rendering realistic feel. The player can control the characters using the cursor and on the way to his mission, the gamer is provided with items which they can use when needed to fight enemies, solve puzzles and at last to emerge victorious in saving the world.
Gene Machine is a fun-filled adventure game, coupled with engrossing story plot, cleverly merged with sci-fi actions. The graphics are simple, conceptualization good and the talking animals worth a treat to look out for.