Universal: Interdimensional Escape is a fun mod for all Universal: Alienware, Crays, and Gamble editions. It adds the base game, “abducthaunt”, which can be used as a starter mod. With this mod, players can use the vanilla version of the game with new features added by using modded content and cheats. It also adds two new games: Survival, and Endless Flight, which are similar to the Survival games, but give you more of an attempt to get through levels. You will also find a mod that allows you to connect with other Alienware gamers.
The base game is more or less the same with the one from Universal: Alienware. The player must guide their character through the different stages of the game, from the beginning to the end. Although, the enemies don’t always seem to die in the traditional fashion, they do fall into different types of pits and fall to the ground. However, there are some special effects that makes them fall like the common ground, giving them a sense of gravity. They also can get hurt when they land on a bumpy surface.
As the game progresses, you will notice more creatures begin to appear, each with different abilities. These include the spider, who can stick onto walls and climb up and down as well as freeze the moment it touches you, and the spider tank, who will regenerate itself every time you damage it. Then you have the Cyberstompers, which can climb up walls, jump over gaps, and can break through reinforced glass. There are also some that are invulnerable, although they will still take damage from bullets.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of Universal: Interdimensional Escape is the music, composed by Kevin Costner. This has a futuristic feel, almost like a mix between horror movies, and retro science fiction movies. The tracks are very well designed and fit well within the gameplay, with each level featuring a different theme. For example, the first level is called “VR Train Attack” and features chutes and explosions that create some eerie music as you move along the train platform. Likewise, the last level is called “VR Canyon Attack” and features the same chutes and explosions but this time, instead of moving along the train platform, your objective is to shoot at the enemies that appear out of the canyon.
Universal: Interdimensional Escape has a total of four episodes in total. The first episode features the main character, Alex, as he tries to save his home from the invaders. This was followed by episodes focusing on the other characters including Jack, who is searching for a way to protect his little girl, Sarah; and Mike, who wants to get back into the military so he can get the experience he needs before entering the private world of gaming. The fighting scenes in the game are well done, with both the good guys and bad guys using weaponry that looks like the real thing. The fighting also has a realistic feel to it because of the weapons used.
Overall, Universal: Interdimensional Escape – SE is a fun game to play. Although it may sound complicated, the fact is that it’s not. All you really need to know how to do is to shoot at the enemies, and the rest will fall into place. There are no confusing menus or confusing aspects to the gameplay, which makes it easy for anyone to pick up and play. Universal: Interdimensional Escape – SE is definitely recommended for anyone who enjoys playing action-packed video games, and who likes the idea of having a great story and a variety 1.16.5 of gameplay elements.