Launching today on iOS Help Me Jack: An Atomic Adventure

The world is on the brink of destruction—the direct result of a mysterious explosion that ripped through a massive nuclear plant.
Rescued by Security Manager Jack, the player is tasked with locating scientists and cleaning up PEB radiation spewing from mutants roaming the nearly destroyed planet.

To help you deal with those pesky mutants, you’ll be able to choose 2 out of 20 AI Partners—each with unique abilities. For example, while some Partners can deal heavy damage, others are more fit to defend the squad or buff stats. Surviving the nuclear holocaust may depend on building a strong squad, so choose wisely!

Explore the lost cities of the Earth and customize your skills across multiple classes to create the perfect fallout fighter. Upgrade your weapons and armor, discover secret passageways with keys and bombs, and rebuild your sci-fi headquarters to unlock new skills and research advanced technologies. Rescue the planet from radiation and discover who’s responsible for blowing up the nuclear plant in a sci-fi adventure of epic proportions.

KEY FEATURES
* Adventure through over 200 levels and neutralize mutated beasts in
all world sectors.
* Customize two different classes (Warrior or Shooter), and utilize
their science skills to take back the world from mutant monsters.
* Collect companions trapped in abandoned cities, train them for
battle, and defeat epic boss monsters.
* Navigate through dangerous zones and discover countless partners to
take into battle, or scout out uncharted regions for new enemies and
resources.
* Explore the world with open-ended gameplay, allowing you to replay
old missions for resources or new partners—or push forward with
critical missions and save the world in record time!

App Store
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/help-me-jack-atomic-adventure/id901754663

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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