Overkill Drill

Contains ads
4.4
247 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Unlock and upgrade parts, then customize your ship by installing any combination of parts to your ship.

Unlock better ships that can fit more engines, boosters, and batteries. Unlock 6 ships, 25 parts, and 243 upgrades.

Can you reach the core of the planet?
Updated on
Oct 13, 2022

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4.4
247 reviews
A Google user
September 28, 2018
I love these kinds of drilling games. This one is beatable in a sitting or two and the progression feels pretty good up to a point. If it ever gets updated with new content, I'll likely pick it back up for another go. Overall I don't feel like I wasted my time on it, which is the biggest metric I use to determine whether or not a game was "good". There were areas that could be improved upon, though, such as animations for moving parts, upgrade pacing, hazard spacing, length of the game in general and possibly storytelling, but those are somewhat inconsequential for a grinding upgrader game. Not having those doesn't ruin the game for what it already is, but would only improve the overall experience.
14 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
November 21, 2018
Simple, fun and very addictive. However it has the feel of a beta, not a full fledged game. After a few hours I'm maxed out on equipment and there is even a maximum depth that I reach every time. First off, there should not be a bottom or max depth..ever.. I don't understand why it exists. It further detracts from the already limited longevity of the game. Once you have all the parts bought and upgraded you could still have some form of challenge by trying to improve on your best drill depth. I see this game with some kind of basic story, nothing fancy, maybe saving your dying world by some kind of resource gathering and crafting quests, requiring travel to specific areas or planets to collect various materials and components. Allowing for a variety of different levels, terrain types, and the materials within them, lava, ice, diamond, etc.. Levels that require certain drill parts to travel effectively, allowing for a greatly expanded variety of ship parts. I'd also like to need to gather certain materials from levels to build specific upgrade parts, not just gold used for everything. Different hull designs, wide, long, etc.. Maybe even a gas pedal button to control speed and fuel usage to further enhance player interaction and strategy. Add some form of reset or prestige system to add replay value, online stat tracking and leaderboards, and you've got yourself a great game. =)
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A Google user
March 9, 2019
This Review Contains Minor Spoilers... Great game, lacks some other content like more levels, more minerals, and more equipment. Very little ads. One thing that is bothering me is when you win it says "You're Winner". Grammar doesn't really work with that. I suggest it says something like "You Won". Otherwise, great job on this game. Hope to see more from you in the future. Thanks.
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What's new

- fixed bug allowing grid items to overlap sometimes
- UI now works better on phones with notches and hole punches
- removed Unity splash screen