Nom Nom Apocalypse roguelite shooter is coming to Windows PC, but Linux support is possible. Thanks to developer Deadleaf Games. Due to release on Steam next month.
Nom Nom Apocalypse is the top-down roguelite shooter. The games also takes place in a post-apocalyptic city. One that is plagued by mutant food monstrosities. While serving up a delicious dose of arcade action. Releasing on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020 via Steam for Windows PC. So I asked about Linux support. Since I keep coming across the game everywhere.
Our development engine is Unity, and while we don’t have any current plans for a Linux port, it is a possibility in the future.
In reality, what this means, support depends on sales. Since Nom Nom Apocalypse is coming next month and right before Valentines. Now is the time to rally more Tux Love from the community. As well as Wishlist support too show more demand for native support.
Nom Nom Apocalypse follows mutant monsters from the grocery shelves descend upon the city. While humanity bakes a last-ditch bid to save the world. So you have to suit up as one of many trigger happy chefs. Along with character specific powers and prepare for a showdown with ferocious food. A love letter to classic monster movies.
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Survive the foodpocalypse with an arsenal of over 30 culinary weapons. Such as a rapid fire Ketchup Squirter and shotgunning Mustard Blaster. And as-seen-on-TV Fork Crossbow. Also master the twin-stick controls as cooks run and gun. Making their way through hand crafted levels with spicy procedural surprises. Such as the greasy oil slicks, sticky candy puddles, traps, and other hazards. This kind of reminds me of Garden Warfare.
Defend the homefront in Nom Nom Apocalypse. Face off against a host of mutant munchies. Then bring a hungry friend in couch co-op, or recruit allies from afar. While using Steam Remote Play Together. Mix and match 45 game-changing perks like Iron Aprons nad flame-trailing dodgerolls. And kill streak bonuses to complement abilities. Such as giant rolling pins and bubble gum shields. Wage war against surprise mini-bosses and fast-moving enemy hordes. The longer chefs survive, the more frantic the feast becomes.
Josh Sacco of Deadleaf Games brings years of experience from beloved Dreamworks game titles. Paying homage to kaiju films and creature features of the ‘50s. Enormous bosses emerge with Hollywood flair to epic theatrical tunes. From towering breakfast skillets with fangs and bacon arms to sentient sugar coated nightmares. Nom Nom Apocalypse pops off the screen with all the bombast and terror of its forebears.
Nom Nom Apocalypse roguelite will launch worldwide on Steam for Windows PC on Feb. 13, 2020. While Linux support is not confirmed. The more demand via Wishlist support can shape the release.