Los Angeles Shark
Long before sharks took to the skies with tornadoes and questionable primetime CGI, Mausland was making these be-fin'd behemoths rampage in games like Miami Shark, Medieval Shark, and even Prehistoric Shark. And as the saying goes, "You can't keep a good thirty foot long great white capable of launching itself out of the water to latch onto aircrafts down", and so now we have more bite-y, scream-y arcade action with Los Angeles Shark. Your goal? Cause as much carnage and combos as possible by diving down through the water and blasting yourself up out to chew on everything you can. Use the [arrow] keys to swim, [CTRL] or [A] to bite, and skip to the end with [E] or restart with [R] if you're not having a good run. While Los Angeles Shark might feel a little simplistic with its focus on high-scores within a short playing time, the game is packed with pop-culture and other goofy references, not to mention achievements to unlock, and if you love a good bit of carnage and have a morbid sense of humour, then like the rest of the series, Los Angeles Shark is your sharky soulmate.