Destropolis top down shooter support status for Linux gaming with Windows PC. Thanks to developer Igrek Games. Which is getting great reviews right now on Steam.
Destropolis is a highly aesthetic and action packed top down shooter. One that also inspired by such classics as Crimsonland, Alien Shooter, or Nuclear Throne. Since players can destroy enemies and even the environment. Which looks so satisfying thanks to its subtle and minimal style visuals. With all these delicious features you would expect Linux support, right?
Destropolis was made using Unity, so Linux port is technically possible.
Developer Igrek Games points out that Linux is not a direct priority. Since the console ports are coming ahead of any native support. This is interesting, due to the positive reviews on Steam. So you would think the developers would want to capitalize on their good fortune. Especially since Unity 3D is being used for development. The best place for shooter action is on Linux.
In Destropolis players have to defeat 6 types of enemies. Doing so with 15 different guns at your disposal. Using 12 power-ups and 40 skills. You can play alone, or with your friends in up to 3 players co-op mode.
Destropolis – Release Date Trailer
Destropolis takes place in a futuristic city. All full of red, cube like enemies. Tear them to pieces with bullets, lasers, and nuclear explosions. Destroy as many enemies as you can before they overwhelm you.
- Fight an endless wave of enemies in a futuristic city.
- A setting you can destroy. Since every object in the game, every enemy, every building, can be smashed into pieces. You can blow up buildings or use them as cover. While you dismantle enemies bit by bit.
- 6 different types of enemies in Destropolis. Cubes are numerous and dangerous up close. Obelisks shoot lasers at you. Bomb spheres explode on contact. Pyramids shoot at you from a distance with artillery rounds. Wrecking balls smash everything on their path. As a result, the big hexagonal bosses wreak havoc with huge machine guns.
- 15 different guns at your disposal. Shotguns, assault rifles, and machine guns shoot bullets. Shredding your enemies to pieces. Missiles and nuclear launchers create balls of fire. They will also clear out battlefields. Lasers and gauss guns cut through enemies like knives through butter.
- 12 power-ups and 40 skills that enhance your abilities. So place turrets, create force fields, and detonate nuclear explosions. Then boost your health, damage, or movement speed. Confuse your enemies that they will shoot at each other.
- Play alone, or with your friends in up to 3 players co-op mode.
- Compete with other players from around the world. While you work to get on the Destropolis global leaderboards.
Art Style and Music:
- Unique art style. Clean with a minimally open setting. Distinct and hostile colored enemies. So expect amazing explosions and lighting effects.
- Synth wave music. Created by a popular artist – LukHash. A fusion of chiptune mastery. Mingled with synthwave cyberpunk and EDM elements.
Metropolis top down shooter support status is on hold for Linux gaming. But available now on Windows PC. While untested via Proton. The standard Steam price of the game is $5.99 USD/EUR. Localized into English, Polish, French, Italian, and German. As well as Spanish, Chinese (simplified), Japanese, Portugal, and Russian.