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Dead Cells new animated short for the coming launch

dead cells new animated short for the coming launch on linux mac windows

Dead Cells has a new animated short for the coming full release on Linux, Mac and Windows. A game that combine the permadeath of a roguelite, the exploration of a metroidvania and brutal combat. Dead Cells arrives August 6th.

Sword not cutting it? Try an axe. Still getting your face smashed? Try a shovel. Since the whole “kill, die, learn, repeat” is the way of the game.

Dead Cells is also launching August 6th. But you can have a taste of the hardships and victories to come in the animated short launch trailer.

Dead Cells – Animated short:

Since there are no checkpoints, extra lives or second chances. How you play the game will also determine how long you survive. Playing on either Linux, Mac or Windows.

In Dead Cells, perseverance, skill, and perhaps a little luck. That’s all that stand between you and certain death in the halls of a sprawling castle.
So in order to survive, you’ll need to perfect your weapon skills. Learning the ways of your enemies, and exploring while carving your own path through an ever-changing world.

Launch Price (Linux, Mac, Windows):

Available for digital pre-order now. The Dead Cells launch is coming to Linux, SteamOS, Mac, Windows, Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. Also priced at $24.99 (USD) on Steam and GOG for the August 6th release. Right now you can grab the 20% discount at $19.99 USD on Humble Store. Packed with extra goodies, limited quantities of the boxed edition are available from Signature Edition Games.

Dead Cells is a Roguevania action-platformer, allowing you to explore a sprawling, ever-changing castle… assuming you’re able to fight your way past its keepers. To finish the game, you’ll have to master fluid, fast-paced combat with the ever-present threat of permadeath looming. No checkpoints. Kill, die, learn, repeat.

About Motion Twin:

Motion Twin is an anarcho-syndical (seriously) workers cooperative that’s been making games in France since 2001. No boss, equal pay, equal say. It’s an experiment and an experience!

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