Vinnie found out a week later that Alonzo had been released from prison and was still alive. Vinnie, who had once pinned a bullet to Alonzo’s head, could not believe this and came to Italy to assassinate him personally for the second time. Which of these Alonzos is the genuine article? Was he a spirit? Or was this the first time Vinnie messed up in his years of contract killing? Come with me, and we’ll unravel the game’s secret together.
Before you begin, you can choose from three bounty hunters: Vinnie, Kiro, and Shorty. They are killers from three different countries who are also good friends. In the main timeline, assassins Vinnie and Shorty meet while the target is practicing on the beach and fall in love. Although Kiro had previously been his opponent, Vinnie and Kiro quickly became great friends. If you’re looking for an assassin with “deadly” charisma, Shorty is your best bet.
Sift Heads Reborn’s gameplay is far simpler than that of classic shooters. There’s no need to worry about controlling the protagonist, and the gun’s aim isn’t fixed on the center of the screen. The left hand is required to move the gun’s center, while the right-hand touch the fire button to activate the weapon. All you have to do to win is kill your enemies quickly and correctly. After all, it only takes one shot to get ten additional guns poised and ready to fire in your way. The game’s tale progressively emerges as you go through levels and waves of opponents. The constant evolution of weapons distinguishes modern warfare. When an adversary dies, you can pick up their weapon, giving you access to a wider range of weaponry than the one your character starts with. Unlike most recent shooting games, Sift Heads Reborn employs 2D graphics and stick-figure characters. The color picker only has black, gray, red, and white possibilities, with blood red and Shorty’s outfit being the only others.