The Quake-inspired FPS has a new trailer.
The Redum of Sun playable demo was released yesterday. It can be found on the game’s itch.io page.
The demo features an open environment for the player to traverse. The game bills itself as a mix between Far Cry and Doom. From the time I spent playing with the demo, there seems to be only one enemy type present to battle in the game world.
The player is equipped with a bow, and there are several arrow types to switch between. Purple arrows detonate on contact, creating a small explosion with splash damage. Yellow arrows spread into four projectiles after they are fired. Regular arrows are infinite in supply and do nothing special other than pierce their target. (Not to be underestimated, though. Sometimes nothing-special-arrows are all that is needed in a pinch!)
Redum of Sun is built on Unity. Unfortunately I couldn’t keybind my “forward” button to my right mouse button so I had to play the demo using WASD. I might be a minority here, but I use my right mouse button for “forward” in FPS games.
The game’s developers have an IndieGogo campaign to further fund the game’s development.
Imagine my surprise when I learned there was a follow-up to Iron Fisticle recently released on Windows, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. That shock quadrupled when I learned I already owned the game because its a fairly hefty update to Iron Fisticle.
I gave the updated game a try early this morning. It looks like a nice update. Expect a review sometime in the future when I can dedicate more time to give Iron Crypticle a thorough play through.
The new four-player co-op mode looks promising. Now, I just need my friends to stop playing with their kids or doing family duties long enough to come over and play Iron Crypticle with me.
The Xbox One trailer is below. The game’s Steam page is here.
Kaze is one of many indie games I’ve been following. The latest Kaze newsletter reveals Kaze’s sidekick named “Sight” and shows off a new boss named Mother Mona.
Skeleton Boomerang bears resemblance to classic adventure platformers like Mario with a little shmup action blended in. Interestingly, it keeps the 4:3 aspect ratio of classic platform games, too.
Skeleton Boomerang releases August 1st, 2017 on Steam.
The Green Man Gaming Summer Sale is on like Donkey Kong. I’m thinking about buying Street Fighter x Tekken, but at the same time, I’m wondering why I would do that considering I own a bunch of fighting games I rarely play.
You know how it is.
Shadow Warrior: Special Edition is free at Humble Bundle right now.
Thanks Coloso for the heads up.