I’ve noticed some people missed the background story of Rescue: The Beagles, which by the way can be found in the readme.txt file that comes with the game. That made them mistakenly interpret Amita Range as an alien planet, Biohazard Doodz as astronauts and Lip Balm Residues as red boxes *meh*. Mind you that game is still in the beta stage and as such it lacks some planned features. Two of them being the in-game story and in-game instructions. Out of nothing but a pure capriciousness let me just put those things here while we’re all waiting for the final release. Here goes:
A cargo airplane crashed somewhere above the wast areas of the Amita range. It was carrying a large shipment of beagles headed to the CutLab, a huge animal testing facility.
The Lab is upset about losing its precious testing material and is deploying a biohazard division determined to reclaim its property. They operate under the strict orders: seize the usable specimens, kill the rest.
We’re sending three of our elite animal rights activists to rescue as many dogs as possible before the Lab’s grunts confine them back to the life of endless misery.
LIP BALM RESIDUES - Blobs of wild cherry flavored lip balm formula meant to be tested on beagles. The tank exploded during the crash and the whole area got contaminated with residues. It’s highly toxic and cannot be attacked with owls. Avoid at all costs.
BIOHAZARD DOODZ - They are only interested in “securing the area” and “detecting the leaks” and other childish stuff like that. So 90s! Plus, heavy biohazard suits make them slow and easy target for your owls.
VIVISECTORS - Beagles are their primary concern. They’ll scan about and try to catch the nearest dog. Rinse, repeat, until they can carry no more. Don’t let them escape with the dogs. Owl them out and get the puppies back before they hurt them.
LAB EXECUTIVES - Quite opposite of vivisectors, their main concern is - you. If they spot you they’ll follow you around nagging for signature on some “important” piece of documentation, asap. Riiight! Better feed them adult dose of owl poo-poo before they lay their greasy hands on you.