Omegalodon is a third-person multiplayer action game where players compete by attacking/defending the city. The Red Team is comprised of police and soldiers armed with an array of military vehicles and explosive weaponry. The Green Team is comprised of Omegalodon, a 100-foot shark monster, and the Enviros, equipped with a healing beam. The game plays like a backward tower-defense game, but with free-roaming capability and fast-paced, realtime action. Omegalodon's objective is a nuclear containment dome at the city center. The round will end if it is destroyed, the timer reaches zero, or if Omegalodon dies. Features: - Fully destructible environments - Dozens of drivable vehicles including helicopters, cargo ships, and jets - 30-minute round-based multiplayer - Dozens of simultaneous players - Story elements will full voice acting - Nine square miles of open world, spanning islands and cityscapes - A colorful, retro aesthetic

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After a brief hiccup, Omegalodon, your favorite city-smashing 100-foot shark monster game is LIVE!

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Omegalodon is go!

Do you like multi-player open worlds?
Do you like destructible environments?
Do you like giant monsters?

Have you dreamed of flying a helicopter into a shark amidst a nuclear blast, then ejecting at the last minute and landing through the sunroof of a pimped-out SUV blasting al capella rap music? Then Omegalodon is for you!

You can read FAQ here.

You can purchase here.

You can watch the trailer here.

North of Earth's premier story-based, multi-player, full-destructible, hyphenate-riddled action game is available now for USD 9.99, with a free demo for the spendthrifts out there. The culmination of more than a year's work by one deranged man (plus one very talented musician and one exceptional actress) will thrill you to the core until every cell in your bloodstream grows fins and a powerful set of jaws.

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does Omegalodon support Open GL or Direct 3D or both?

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feillyne StaffSubscriber

Unity3d supports both:

Normally it uses Direct 3D, you can switch to OpenGL if you wish to.

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Will you add content and improve the game? I kind of want to promise this to the people I want to show it to, but I don't know if it's true.

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NorthOfEarth Author

There have been four updates so far and yes, I plan to add more.

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