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Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back In The Water, On A Boat, In An Aeroplane, Fly Your Horses, Or Parachute Somewhere: Sydney Shark

Look, I want you to try to stay as calm as possible, but here it is: there's a sequel to Miami Shark. It's out now. It's called Sydney Shark. It's like Miami Shark - the fantastic shark attack frenzy that won my heart (after eating it, mid-air) last year - BUT LIKE THREE TIMES AS GOOD.

This is a game that ends slightly early if you, as a shark, kill hundreds of thousands of people with a nuclear bomb.

I want high scores posted below, and I want them announced with hyperbole.

And when I posted about the first in this all-time classic series of gaming legends, I presented evidence that sharks can indeed leave the water with a clip from Megashark Vs. Giant Octopus, slightly before it became the most famous thing on the internet. This time, because Shark Attack 3: Megalodon was too obvious, I present documentary footage from a film called SharkMan:

Thanks to Dartt and the RPS Steam Chat-o-Room for the tip.

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