Woodpunk roguelike shooter now on Linux

woodpunk roguelike shooter games now on linux mac windows

Woodpunk roguelike shooter game now officially releases with Linux and Mac support. Thanks to Meteorbyte Studios for the port. The news also made a debut on Steam. But the games also available on Humble Store.

Woodpunkis a challenging roguelike shooter. Created in a retro pixel art style. The game also puts the player into the shoes of medieval inventor Aquinas. While facing hordes of quirky enemies. All in a parallel Woodpunk universe.
Since you can face enemies alone. Or with the help of a friend in local coop. Aquinas also has a vast arsenal of weapons at his disposal. So like the levels and surroundings. These weapons are procedurally generated. Created from unlocked parts. While adding up to over 1400 different weapon combinations.

Woodpunk Release Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

To support him in the action. Aquinas enlists the help of his trusty robot Theo. Who also supplies him with new swords and machine guns. But has some special abilities too. Such as setting up a wall for cover. OR going into turret mode to ease the pressure from the attacking enemy masses. Theo is under the control of the AI. But he can also be played by a friend in coop.

Woodpunk gameplay has harsh and relentless action. So this requires solid reflexes. And a fair amount of battle strategy.

Features:

  • Fast-paced, action-packed roguelike gameplay in 60 FPS
  • Wide array of over 1400 procedurally generated weapons
  • Battle massive waves of enemies at a time. Along with powerful bosses!
  • Constant, fully destroy your surroundings. This can also change the gameplay
  • Play coop with a friend in local multiplayer in Woodpunk

Woodpunk is the first game of Spanish development team Meteorbyte Studios. But now the games fully cross platform. With support for Linux, Mac and Windows. The games priced at $14.99 USD on Steam and Humble Store.

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