Shooting games have often ranked in the top video game genres, with more people opting for games, which includes shooting and killing. It kicks in the adrenaline and allows players to showcase their prowess in reel by mercilessly killing the miscreants and emerging victorious. Pawn is no different than other shooting games of this genre.
The game involves like any usual wargame a series of enemies who are spread across different locations. The player has the option to either play it single or with other players. To assist the player, they are provided with different maps to choose from. Each level requires immense strategizing and shrewdness to kill the enemies. This multiplayer game can be controlled using either the mouse or the keyboard.
This game is not an easy cakewalk as contemplated. It requires a lot of nerve wretching and applying of intelligence to get away to the next level without losing a life. With its various twists and turns, the game is made fun and enjoyable for players. This game also requires teamwork without which it won't be possible to achieve targets.
Pawn offers to players a plot which is highly engrossing, gameplay which is exciting and also a lot of kicks and blows. Combined with good graphics which are soothing to the eyes and a pleasant sound effects, this flash game is a one-stop destination for all those who wish to refresh their selves after a tiring day.
Magnetic Scrolls was a British game developer founded in 1984 by Anita Sinclair, Ken Gordon and Hugh Steers and located in London, England.
They mostly developed text adventure games, until the popularity of that genre began to fade and they were acquired by MicroProse in 1992. They collaborated with MicroProse in the development of The Legacy: Realm of Terror.