Is technishock even getting developped any more?

Aiden
----- Original Message ----- From: "shaun everiss" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 10:49 PM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Technoshock Tips


Yeah.
I stopped playing technoshock because I could never get passed the fireballs in level2. Level1 is easy, keep the electricity on your right, and find the door with the nav.
Once the door is in front of you you will have to chop it with the axe.
Shoot the guard or rather cut him down and get the amo and rifle, turn off the switch and head to the lift, getting the targeting scope on the way.
There is a bot you can't do anything about, by the lift.
Open the lift, and then push up arrow to get in the lift.
After that I have no idea.
I really never got the game done at all, and with all the acid pits and other distractions I eventually gave up.
At 06:55 a.m. 19/11/2008, you wrote:
Hey gamers.  Just last night, I downloaded the game Technoshock.
I'm quite impressed with the sound quality, but am having serious trouble DOING anything. I've gotten the axe, but I can't even find the door. The problem is that my navigator will tell me something's right in front of me but I cannot pick it up. Now, I haven't downloaded the update pack, so maybe that's the problem.
Otherwise, do you have any tips?

Kelby

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