BIOHELL

If you’re a top sci-fi author and have just completed your fifth novel, what do you do next? Develop a Speccy game based on your latest novel, of course. And that’s exactly what Andy Remic has done with BIOHELL. The novel was released in February 2009, and is now available in Speccy form via an intriguing looking first-person graphic adventure. The plot is, as you’d expect for a game based on a novel, quite detailed and follows your character’s journey through a zombie-infested city to find out just what is going on. Fortunately, you’ve brought along a few essentials to fend off any threats with an assortment of guns and bombs. With advanced battle AIs, aliens, zombies, Speccy graphics pushed to the max, and a plot to outgun the Resident Evil franchise, there’s no reason why you wouldn’t want to play this game. To get the download, and to take part in a great competition, go to Andy Remic’s website now.

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