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Mechajammer cyberpunk turn-based RPG out soon

mechajammer cyberpunk turn-based rpg game will release soon on linux mac windows pc

Mechajammer cyberpunk turn-based RPG game will release soon on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative efforts of developer Whalenought Studios. Due to make its way onto Steam in a couple of weeks.

Modern Wolf is presenting Mechajammer, a CRPG with strong tabletop roots. Due to makes its big release on Steam, December 2nd, 2021. While offering a precise, peculiar take on the genre. The foundation of the game is an immersive sim (like an isometric Deus Ex). Here players will freely choose how to face different tactical situations. Stealth is always an option, as party based combat is.

Immerse yourself in a dystopian cyberpunk reality. Gameplay is inspired by low-tech, analog worlds featured in 80’s sci-fi/action movies. Explore, interact, and fight your way out of the hellhole you find yourself in.

The Mechajammer combat system also sports a powerful twist. Since turns take place at the same time and allow for interrupts, and quick reactions. In general, an experience that feels like real-time but with the rules of turn-based combat systems.

Mechajammer Date Announcement Teaser

Let’s say your recovery from your last attack just ended and you can pick a new action. You see a Mechajammer enemy pop up from taking cover and is pointing a pistol at you. But they haven’t shot yet, so you can assume they are in an aiming turn for the moment. You could choose to duck behind your own cover and wait. Maybe run for a different cover to flank, take a shot yourself if you think you’ll be faster. Or throw up your shield to deflect.
This makes Mechajammer combat tense and allows for a variety of tactics. Such as side-stepping a thrown knife (which takes turns to get to you). Maybe interrupting someone mid-attack that wouldn’t be possible if everyone took their turns one at a time. Or all at the exact same time.

Mechajammer cyberpunk turn-based RPG will be released on December 2nd via Steam. Priced at $24.99 USD / £19.99. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

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