Defenders of the Omniverse a reverse bullet hell roguelite game is coming to Linux and Steam Deck via Proton with Windows PC. Thanks to Babushka Entertainment’s team for their talented work. Due to making its way onto Steam in 2024.
Defenders of the Omniverse, which is due to be part of Steam Next Fest from today until February 12th.
Now, let’s step into a universe that’s a love letter to the 80s – bright, bold, and brimming with nostalgia. That’s the visual feast this title offers. It’s not your typical shoot-’em-up; it turns the tables with its reverse bullet hell roguelite setup. This twist promises a fresh challenge, even for seasoned players.
The title isn’t just another drop in the ocean of Linux and Steam Deck releases.
We are planning to have our game available on Steam Deck, a handheld gaming PC that uses Proton…
In the recent email reply, the team behind Defenders of the Omniverse is making some exciting moves! They’re powering the game with Unity 3D while focusing on the Proton compatibility layer. Due to offering a smooth, seamless gaming experience that’s sure to captivate more players across different platforms.
Defenders of the Omniverse Demo Teaser
The heart of this experience lies in its characters. You get to step into the shoes of heroes, each hailing from different realities. Their unique battle styles add layers to the game, ensuring that no two runs are the same. Whether you’re a fan of rapid-fire action or strategic play, there’s a hero that also matches your style.
But what’s a hero without their arsenal? Defenders of the Omniverse offers a plethora of weapons and items. The joy comes from experimenting and crafting builds that turn you into a powerhouse. So you’re not just playing; you’re creating your path to victory.
The ultimate showdown is with the Dark Wizard Umbros. He’s not your run-of-the-mill villain. Each encounter with him is random, thanks to his random abilities and attacks. This volatility keeps the tension high and your strategies evolving.
For those keen on trying Defenders of the Omniverse before buying, the Steam Next Fest is a golden opportunity. The demo will let you dive into the core mechanics and get a taste of the vibrant world and diverse adversaries.
It’s thrilling to see small studios like Babushka Entertainment bring such passion projects to life. Defenders of the Omniverse is an experience that melds nostalgia with innovative gameplay. I’m eager to see how the bullet hell roguelite evolves with player feedback. This is a title that’s not just about reliving memories but creating new ones. Due to makes its way onto Steam in 2024. Playable on Linux and Steam Deck via Proton with Windows PC.