Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story SHMUP releases

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Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story SHMUP releases for Linux, Mac and Windows on Steam. Which adds an ally system that handles levelling based on conversations rather than enemies killed.

Latvian gamedev company Coldwild Games releases Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story on Steam. Since the games making a debut on Linux, Mac and Windows. I am sharing the news.

So yes, Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story is a shoot-em-up (SHMUP) game. It also features a unique addition to the genre: story-driven character progression. Taking place in the Lazy Galaxy universe, players take on the role of a robot H-34-RT. While working to complete the mission given to him by the civilization that is long gone.
While on his way, he must find new allies and determine how important his mission is to him. Maybe a robot functioning via quantum computing.

“We wanted to enhance the traditional shmup experience, not simply through well-polished gameplay, but also by adding meaningful plot and character interactions to it” – Coldwild Games.

Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story – Trailer Releases (Linux, Mac, Windows)

After quitting their jobs, a Latvian couple publishes their second serious game on Steam. The unique feature of Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story is controlling three character ships instead of one. Rather than getting experience from kills, the characters level up by talking to each other.
So in the end, players get the adrenaline rush of shoot-em-ups combined with a squad-based system. Along with meaningful conversations between characters.

Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story features 8 different levels with unique bosses. Along with 6 ships and 6 allies to unlock. While each one of them is significantly affecting the gameplay. The traditional SHMUP gameplay is also there. The main goal of each level is still to progress forward while destroying everything that moves.

A SHMUP on Steam:

Do you have what it takes to complete the mission? Get the Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story on Steam for 15% off until August 29th. There is also a Free Linux Demo on Steam.

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