RE:OZMA is a new sandbox hybrid coming to Indiegogo for Linux, Mac and Windows PC with a Demo. Thanks to indie game developer Shiftrick. Who now reveals details and a new trailer. Showing off the Terraria and space strategy simulation gameplay.
The very first game RE:OZMA’s has a demo trailer. And also plans to launch an Indiegogo campaign and first demo version in October 2019. Although no specific release date yet. But as soon as I saw the trailer, Terraria came to mind.
RE:OZMA is a hybrid game based in a sandbox. While combining 6 game genres: Space strategy, Simulation, Shooting, Rogue-like, RPG, and Platformer. Placed in a wide open virtual setting. Players take on the role of an ‘Alien Creature’. One who also happens to have their own planet. As they face countless players randomly and ultimately creating their own world. Since this is an online and local multiplayer. As well as both online and local co-op.
As players explore the planets, they experience a variety of game genres, with items and data from each game genre linked to each other, all of which can be played together on an online network server.
RE:OZMA New Demo Trailer
RE:OZMA has been in development for a year and six months. Also on display at the Boston PAX EAST in March of this year. While 500 lucky fans played the first version. Along with giving meaningful feedback.
Over the six months since. Shiftrick is dedicated to the implementation of online network play. And likewise, the development of new genres to help improve the game.
This demo trailer focuses on the sandbox and space strategy genres. And also gives a glimpse into RE:OZMA‘s unique stats and skill system. This skill system allows you to play with your own strategy. Simply by placing skill that collects through monsters. As well as quests and building that suits your situation.
RE:OZMA will launch an Indiegogo campaign. Raising funds for the final phase of game development. In October, a demo version will be released exclusively to backers. No word yet on Linux support for the demo. But the games developed in Unity 3D. Which should mean Proton support. RE:OZMA will have a PC release via Steam at the end of 2019.