Steampunk Graveyard zombie steampunk themed action platformer available on Windows, also has a Linux beta on Steam. UK based independent games developer Bad Logic Studios are eager to announce that their game. Which is on Steam priced at $2.99 USD.
“Steampunk Graveyard uses the Construct 2 game engine, as do our other games Fortune & Gloria and Pirate Island Rescue.”
Since this inquiry, we have been working with developer Bad Logic Studios. Testing the Linux build of Steampunk Graveyard, which releases now as a Beta. Should anyone be eager to test on Linux.
If testing is successful, Bad Logic Studios will also bring the other games to Linux.
So if you want take part in the beta, select Properties, Betas…then select “linux64 – Linux Testing Branch“.
Steampunk Graveyard is a 2D action platform adventure. Where the dead walk with a metallic clunk! While the nefarious Baron Richter von Sprocket is terrifying the local villagers. Also turning the bodies of the recent dead into piston-powered zombies with mechanical arms and legs. And putting the brains into grenade throwing robotic drones.
Steampunk Graveyard platformer Trailer (Windows, Linux)
It’s up to the Baron’s mechanically enhanced former protégé, Professor Selene Gasket. While he journeys from graveyard to graveyard to put an end to the menace. Armed with a revolver, powerful explosives, and spring-loaded blades. Players will also venture into caverns below the graveyards as they help Selene. Shooting, blasting and slicing her way through steel and flesh as she thwarts the Baron’s plans.
Since new graveyard levels are generated each time you play. Giving players potentially unlimited gameplay with the levels short enough for players to jump in whenever they have a few spare minutes and want some zombie blasting action.
Steampunk Graveyard is the third game from Bad Logic Studios, priced at $2.99 USd on Steam. Available for Windows, but also now working on Linux support via the Beta Branch.
Following on from Fortune & Gloria and Pirate Island Rescue, which have both been recently updated.