Southpeak Interactive Games
Remember those books you used to read as a kid -- the ones that involved flipping to certain pages to advance the story?
Men In Black by SouthPeak is a game that I feel can unfortunately be added to a list of "not so great accomplishments.
This game plays out like a episode of the TV show: Get the mortgage payment to the bank before Boss Hogg can foreclose, break out of jail, win the county race and use the prize money to pay off the mortgage on the farm.
Right on schedule the whistle sounds, but asFred is making his run for the exit Mr. Slate steps in.
The game starts off with an opening movie that sets up the game and it’s done in the 70’s cartoon style so it looks just like the show.
Let’s start with the tracks -- they are actually not too bad if you ignore the graphics and anything beyond the road on which you are driving.
Long ago in the ancient land of Foresia, twelve Wisemen doomed their land to disaster by forging a pact with Daemons.
Okay. Today I REALLY am going to review this game! No, really, I am! I am NOT going to play this game again until I get it reviewed.
In the 21st century, humans have moved out into space, exploring and developing new worlds.
You can paint and print classic Looney Tunes images featuring Tweety Bird and other characters.
The story begins with the burial ceremony of Genghis Khan. Strange and frightening magic occurs there that will travel down through the centuries.
In the year Ten Million Billion, the evil cat aliens, led by the merciless Mandu, launched a decisive attack on planet Earth using deadly war machines known as Boombots.