Do you wish to shoot your enemies down to the ground? Well, then Still Hunt is an apt game for you. This shooter game is an adventurous ride for all the players across the globe who are fond of grabbing the weapons and showing the enemies their right place.
This is a single player game, wherein the player has the option to either choose between a male or a female character. The male character ""Jean"" is provided a laser gun named the ""Homing laser Balls"" and an explorer while the female character ""Hans"" is provided with a flamethrower, a bunch of grenades and a napalm thrower. The player has to shoot each block to unlock the door to next level. With the passing levels, the players after collecting points can upgrade their weapons.
The game is set in stages each showcasing a different level of difficulty. After the completion of the first two stages, a third player is added in the next stage with advanced and upgraded skills and weapons. A note to remember for the players: do complete all the levels together. If you leave it in between, you will have to begin from scratch.
The graphics are good and sound effects appreciable. Combining with a well-conceptualized plot, Still Hunt is a one-stop destination for those who are huge fans of shooting games across the globe.
Hicom (하이콤) was a South Korean developer and publisher of video games. The company was founded on December 8th, 1988. In their early days they gained prominence by distributing Sega consoles and games in their homeland. They became a third-party developer for Sega of America in 1996 and began working on various titles for the Genesis console. However, all their projects were canceled as the focus shifted towards Sega's then-new Saturn console. They later shifted the focus to PC game development, and worked on Corum games, which became their flagship series.
Hicom filed bankruptcy on June 30th, 1998, but reformed on August 1st the same year. The last game they released was Corum Oejeon (1999). Shortly afterwards the company was taken over by its main investor and became eSofnet.