Raze 3 is a flash game made by Sky 9 games and is a sequel to Raze 2. It was released on July 10.
Like its predecessors, Raze 3 has two stories: one of the human fighting to save Earth, and one of the alien fighting to conquer Earth. The overarching story is of a squad of Raze soldiers who discover an alien presence left on Earth with the zombies left over from events of Raze 2. The aliens have been clearing zombies from their slums hidden in Vietnam in order to activate a new super weapon: the Harvester.
while clearing out a mass of zombies, an alien arrives, much to the team's amazement. They believed that the aliens had been wiped out years ago. after eliminating the zombies, the team tracks the alien to a mysterious underground facility. there, they accidentally let some aliens hear them, and are attacked. in the battle, the aliens are fought off successfully, and the team recovers vital information, as well as a strange machine that was causing tremors, when they are rescued by an ERT soldier. the ERT soldier takes them above ground, when some of the ERT personnel sent to find the Raze unit turn into zombies. after fighting the zombies off, they return to a facility and install the machine into the lab, where it is studied by scientists.however, the machine ends up causing some specimens to go berserk, killing the scientist and getting out of their containment units. the player takes care of the specimens alone, and then goes with the Raze unit to gather plant samples on the ground, which is now covered with alien life that has been converted from original Earth species by the machine, aka Harvester. after returning to the facility, they are assaulted by aliens, and the harvester is stolen. however, the unit boards the ship that the aliens are travleling on, and launches an attack. soon, the ship crashes and the team must fend for themselves until evacuation arrives. they are covered by sniper fire from Ghost.
1. New Recruits
2. The Cleanup
3. Old Friends
4. Strange Discovery
6. Day of the Dead
7. Flight 815
10. Sniper Support
11. The Lab
15. David and Goliath
1. The Beginning
3. Last Push
4. Hold your Ground
5. T-14 Terminator
Weapons and loadout customization in Raze 3 exceeds customization options in both earlier installments to the Raze series and both prior installments to the Strike Force Heroes series. Weapons are unlocked with better performance on missions and can be bought with credits, or unlocked in premium content.
May 9, 2014: Raze 3 is announced by Sky9 Games.
June 7, 2014: Weapons, customization, the heads up display, and a new credit system are revealed.
June 23, 2014: Sky9 Games announces the game is complete and plans to release on June 26, 2014 on NotDoppler and ArmorGames.
June 26, 2014: Raze 3 is postponed to July 3, 2014 for performance issues.
July 3, 2014: Raze 3 is postponed to July 10, 2014 for performance issues.
July 10, 2014: Raze 3 is released on NotDoppler and ArmorGames.
-Raze 3 is infamous for being the laggiest installment of the Raze series (arguably the laggiest of all Sky9's games), but understandably so. It is a complex program with complex graphics. However, an average PC on Google Chrome receives regular lag spikes that can last several full seconds, even with all in-game settings optimized to run as fast as possible. Sky9Games has made no official announcement regarding the lag, nor have they said anything about a future update that would optimize the program's performance.
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