High Hell arcade FPS is coming to Linux games
High Hell is a neon-soaked, arcade-action first-person shooter. Hence the creation of none other than Terri Vellmann (Heavy Bullets). And Doseone (Enter the Gungeon, Gang Beasts). So that’s not all, the games development uses Unity. Therefore we should have Linux support coming, right?
“Definitely, as soon I get launch issues ironed out on Windows and Mac. My plan is to start working on a Linux build. Hard to say exactly when as that depends on how long that takes.”
So the concept behind the games ummm…. gameplay. Players descend upon the criminal underground with the most blessed of shotguns. While bringing about a lethal salvation to those that have fallen from the light. Righteous fury and fancy footwork are crucial to survive an escalating. Hence the absurd series of outlandish missions. Pop brainwashed chimps, deface corporate effigies, oh yeah. Then dismantle the business dealings of the unrepentant cartel. All in a vibrant remix of the classic first-person shooter.
The kings of eclectic shooters Terri Vellmann and Doseone have their act together. The games release their neon-soaked, breakneck first-person shooter. If you check out the trailer below. Somewhere in the gameplay, someone actually shoots a dog. What!?
High Hell – Launch Trailer:
“The market research team claims that High Hell is the highest testing game Devolver Digital has ever published. With burning money and kicking monkeys as the primary drivers amongst millennials,” noted Devolver Digital CFO Fork Parker. “Fucking millennials.”
High Hell is available now on Steam and Humble Store with 10% off the base price $8.99 USD. Devolver Digital is also offering the duo’s debut game Heavy Bullets for free when fans purchase High Hell on Steam, until November 2nd. The games only on Mac and Windows, but coming to Linux soon. NO release date, yet.