Mayhem 2 Mod – Open-Source Mayhem Shooter Packaged for @Windows & @Raspberry_Pi #piday
Full exe/source is available for Windows and Raspberry Pi – if you play this on your Pi setup let us know how it goes!
Mayhem 2 is a multiplayer (2 – 4) flight shooter with a really simple objective – destroy your opponents before they destroy you.
Your ship has limited fuel which will run down when you boost, if you run out you will be unable to control your ship, to refuel, land on any flat surface.
You can protect yourself from attack using your shields which will stop all bullets, be careful though your shields run down quickly and you wont be able to boost while your shields are on.
Power -ups are dropped (sometimes) when a player is destroyed (by either crashing or being shot) and when collected will give you a temporary boost such as a triple-shot weapon, better shields or more thrust.
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