Moonloop's retro shooter Counter Terror is so packed with action and bullets they probably have to plug its orifices to keep its manliness from running out all over the carpet. Your job, as part of an elite squad of heroes, is to execute missions to take out the bad guys and rescue hostages, leading up to a final confrontation with an evil scientist who knows all that strange and mystifying dangerous stuff like "chemistry" and "math". Use the [arrow] keys to move, [Z] to jump, and [X] to shoot. [S] will cycle through your special weapons like grenades, deployable ropes, and flashbangs, while [C] will use whichever is equipped. You'll need to use cover, cunning, and the advanced technique known as "spraying everything ahead of you with bullets" in order to save the day... as long as you don't fall and break your own neck in the process.
Counter Terror is one of those weird little games that is only really as difficult as you make it... literally since you can set the difficulty for each level. The game wants you to be careful and sneaky, but as long as you're not in danger of ventilating a hostage hopping around like a deranged armed rabbit will do just fine for a lot of the time. Hey, it's not my fault Leroy Jenkins is my spirit animal. If you were graded more on the finer points of your performance instead of just baddies shot and hostages rescued you might be more motivated to think strategically, and you really should try to since the levels tend to be laid out for it in some really clever ways with lots of opportunity to tackle rooms from different angles. A bigger challenge for some might be getting used to the game's control scheme, with firing and jumping being bound to different buttons from your typical shooter in a way that might be counter-intuitive. If it pushes all the right buttons for you, however, Counter Terror is a gleefully goofy and fun little shooter with opportunities for strategy, shooting, and kicking keisters and chewing gum all at one.