Unregistered
Register to earn points!
Login  Register   Login with Facebook


Homepage | News | Subscribe | Member list | Links | Submit a game
Game image
Bitejacker : Secret Base Horror Series 01
Overall rating:
Rating starRating starRating starRating starRating star
 Your rating:
Login to rate
  Times played: 42  

Advertisement: Your game is loading 10 (click here to skip)
Description
Bitejacker is a zombie shooter based on the indie game review show, Bytejacker. Player can play as the host, Anthony Carboni, or cameraman, Jon Rivera as they brave through a bizarre world of zombie apocalypse. Players can pick up new weapons, and upgrade abilities, and even meet some strangely familiar faces along the way...

Date added: 2011-02-10
Instructions
Travel upwards to safety, fending off waves of zombies while searching for ammos, cash and new weapons. There will be survivors to rescue, which some will fight with you, others provide cash rewards, or help to search for more items.

As you repeat your moves, you can upgrade your skills, or even release more monsters variety as you satisfy certain conditions. Release enough monsters, and a boss will be release into the game. You can only advance after defeating the boss, or be trap in an endless loop.

Player must defeat all 3 bosses to complete the game.
Tags

Comments
Add a comment:
Log-in to add a comment
More games
Ninja Cradle
Baby Hime has been kidnapped! It's up to Baby Nin and his Magic Diapers to rescue his love!

Dibbles 4: A Christmas Cr…
The Dibbles return once again, but this time our King is on a new Christmas themed mission. Command the Dibble…

Keep The Balance
Use mouse drag to build construction. Dont let figures fall.

MasterMind extended
MasterMind is the famous logic-based color puzzle. The idea of the game is to guess the secret balls.

Super Ninja Skydiving Plu…
Play the role of a hungry, skydiving ninja living life to the extreme. Blast your way through over 40 levels o…

Ripple Dot Zero
Ripple Dot Zero is a classic action platformer heavily influenced by the aestethics of the 16-bit era of the e…