[Game] Gorescript - Pixel ultraviolence in classic FPS

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  1. Amused Sloth

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    Gorescript puts a pixel gun in your hand and lets you loose into 18 crazy handcrafted levels guarded by blocky horrors. We cranked up its ridiculous difficulty up to 11 with the masochist and blackout game modes. You’ll be able to face hordes of enemies and even explore the game in darkness, your only source of light being your weapon firing (hoping you’ll hit something).



    Gorescript is a classic first person shooter game, inspired by the great old FPS games that defined the genre.


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    Features:
    • 18 hand crafted levels (2.5D)
    • 6 weapons (5 ranged, 1 melee)
    • 5 difficulty levels, Permadeath and Blackout modes
    • Global leaderboard rankings according to your total performance
    • Secrets are not optional but necessary to upgrade your armory
    • Levels can be finished with or without jumps (Jumps available only when you find the Anti-Grav Boots)
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    Product details:
    • Platform: Windows
    • Players: Single
    • Price: $9.99 with a 15% launch discount
    • Steam Store:
    • Website: http://gorescript.com
    About Gorescript: Gorescript is the successor to the 2014’s Gorescript Classic. Gorescript classic was an experiment of the developer Sergiu Bucur to build a classic FPS game on Javascript/WebGL. In 2016 Sergiu decided to create a new custom game engine and create Gorescript as a full game, staying faithful to the way the old classics like Doom were made.

    Plan to try out the game demo? Follow this link: http://www.indiedb.com/games/gorescript2/downloads/gorescript-pre-alpha-v3
     

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