Armed and Gelatinous is a multiplayer arcade space shooter. Which also explodes onto Steam for Linux, Mac and Windows PC in Q3 2020. Since this means a Food Fight and Dodgeball multiplayer modes. Including a single player Target Practice campaign. Announcing a debut at PAX East 2020 as well. Which will also feature a playable build ahead of the launch date.
Begin conquering space by selecting one of four vibrant blobs. Absorb an arsenal of more than 12 weapons in em>Armed and Gelatinous. So this includes machine guns, rocket launchers, and laser rifles. Each firearm adds more viscous mass along with greater damage capabilities. Certainly don’t be jelly when opponents claim massive stockpiles. Smaller, more agile wobbly warriors can take aim with a juiced up dash attack. So they can blast their bloated brethren to smithereens. Fear not, if peppered with grenades or a hail of bullets. Maybe munch on delicious space tacos to rebuild your health.
Gameplay for Armed and Gelatinous is straight forward. Choose one of four colorful blobs. While you race through space for tacos in Food Fight mode. Or simply compete in dodgeball and soccer games. Maybe enter the deathmatch of the century. You will also have to master weapons including grenade launchers and machine guns. All this action will be available in the single player campaign. Absorb firearms, balancing increased damage with increased mass. And declining mobility to dominate the competition.
Armed and Gelatinous | Announcement Trailer
Customize matches by setting the victory point goal. And also the time limit, number of lives, and the weapons and items available. Create a bazooka-only match and try to time explosive attacks perfectly. Maybe even limit weapon drops and rely on dash attacks.
Armed and Gelatinous features voice talent Brian Sommer. Maybe you know him from Diablo III and League of Legends. Also, under the direction of Jory Prum (The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Among the Sleep). Who even engineered the game’s more than 20 eclectic jazz and retro music tracks. Working with artists including Chris Huelsbeck (R-Type, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron). And Zac Zinger (Street Fighter, Final Fantasy XV).
Due note, Armed and Gelatinous action will be available as a full launch. But for hands-on demos of the console and arcade cabinet versions. The games going to be playable at PAX East. Supporting English, Japanese, Spanish, French, German and Italian. Due to release on Linux, Mac and Windows PC on Steam. Priced at $19.99 USD and coming in Q3 2020. So be sure to Wishlist on Steam.
To learn more, please visit the game’s official site. Join the Armed and Gelatinous Discord. Also be sure to follow @ArmedGelatinous on Twitter, Tik Tok and Instagram. Like it on Facebook or join its subreddit.