Your rocket lands with a crash in a strange place. It looks like it might've been a city many centuries ago, but now the land is strewn with radioactive hazards and dangerous traps. Your goal is to activate the beacons and clean up the radioactivity, but what will be come of your work? That's the big question in Final Charge, a basic but challenging platformer by Kebabs.
Once you exit the spaceship, you can move around using the [left] and [right] arrow keys and [Z] to jump, double-jump while in mid-air, and jump off of walls you're clinging to. All of these skills will be quite helpful while you dodge many things that can kill you, such as pools of radioactive slime, electrified walls, piercing drill bits, searing laser beams, auto-turrets, cannons, mechanical bugs, and no less than four varieties of electrocution. If you can make it past all that, you can hit the purple beacons to turn them blue and make the world a slightly better place. (And if you need a reminder of what the world looks like, you can use [M] to open up your map, but you have to activate at least one beacon in the sector to reveal the map.)
Final Charge is a straight-forward platformer where you've got all your skills upfront. There's no messing about with power-ups or upgrades or weapons, just jump around and try not to die. But while its design is very simple, the gameplay is still very challenging. The cleverly-designed maze of a world is sure to keep even seasoned platformer veterans searching for the path to a missed beacon somewhere two floors above you. Can you rid all sixteen sectors of radioactivity? Grab your final charge and find out.