In the Un Endless Ocean Mod, you are to navigate your way through the different islands of Universal, while fighting the evil pirates. The whole point of the game is to build an effective base and defend it from attacks, while collecting valuable resources along the way. In this regard, this game has got something for everybody, as it does not require too much technical knowledge or long hours of gaming to be enjoyable; in fact it can be played right in your browser, using your web browser.
As we have said, the key feature of this game is that it gives the user the ability to construct anything he deems fit in the game world – from houses, cities, fortresses, industries and farms, to islands, spaceships, submarines, aircraft carriers and space stations. This is achieved by means of a very easy to use toolbar that lets the user select the objects he wants to build. Once this object has been chosen, the base will be built, and you will be able to see a preview of what the result will look like – complete with dimensions and details. This tool also helps the user to edit the base that he has constructed – so far there are over fifty types of objects in this mod.
Universal: Interdimensional Escape also has many levels of progression, ranging from beginner to expert. You will be able to select the kind of challenges that you are willing to face and how much money you are willing to spend on them, before you get started with a level. For example, in the beginning you have the choice between building bridges or lighthouses. Once you complete one of them you will be rewarded with extra points. And if you want to go for even more challenges, you can always select the Master difficulty option, which is the highest level available.
You will find the interface for Universal: Interdimensional Escape quite colorful, with multiple icons for various features. This makes the game quite easy to understand and is pleasant to look at as well. One of the best things about the game is the way that you progress through it. You start by making bridges and lighthouses, then later you can use bombs, shoot at enemies, and also collect the items that are required for further progress. You also get the option to power up your tools, like the wrecking ball and grapple.
One of the things that I like most about Universal: Interdimensional Escape is the music that plays while you play the game. It is very catchy and fits the theme very well. And like the rest of the games on this site, it is completely free! The level of difficulty should come as no surprise – you will be using wrenches and ratchets and you will be trying to escape from an exploding planet. And the good thing is that it doesn’t get any harder from here on out. As you make your way through each level, you will encounter increasingly difficult obstacles and puzzles to solve, so that when you reach the end you will be satisfied with the challenge and the victory!
However, if you are worried about the controls of Universal: Interdimensional Escape getting in the way of playing the game, you need not be. The controls work exactly like the one used in the previous versions of this game (except that now you have a gun to fight with the aliens instead of a baseball bat), and they are easy to learn. The game even includes a tutorial level that teaches you how to maneuver the controls in the right way to gain points and continue playing. This version of Universal: Interdimensional Escape has not seen many updates since its initial release, but that is probably for the best because it still has lots of potential. If you have yet to try it out, why not try it out today?