Uprise - 2D Action / Rpg

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  1. valnei

    valnei New Member

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    Uprise is an Action / RPG that is being developed by Orbit Studio.

    In a retrofuturist universe, a small robot will explore a long-devastated world in a quest for answers.

    This video presents a small demonstration of the gameplay, the functioning of some mechanics and enemies.



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    4MobileGamer.com New Member

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    It's seems interesting and graphic are cool.

    Is only on pc ? or it also on mobile ?
    If is on mobile i would like to test
     
  3. valnei

    valnei New Member

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    For now we intend to release to Steam.
     
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    I really like the art design, both the retro-futurist look and the bright colors. The game play video reminded me a little bit of Zelda dungeons with finding keys to unlock doors and getting locked into arena fights with enemies. I'm excited to see more as it develops!
     
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    New stage with music and sound effects:

     

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