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Lovely Planet Arcade announced by Quicktequila

Lovely Planet Arcade sequel announced linux mac windows pc

Indie game #developer #Quicktequila out of Delhi or Vidhvat Madan – has just announced a sequel to the 2014 first-person #shooter Lovely Planet called, Lovely Planet Arcade.

The new game will allow players to teleport around bullets, containing more than a 100 levels spread over four different worlds, plus will also feature mirror and fast modes for every level. Lovely Planet Arcade returns to it’s roots of classic FPS games, as players are restricted to a simply jump and shoot.

Here’s the current teaser:

Lovely Planet Arcade will be published by tinyBuild, arriving sometime in the summer of 2016. And available on Linux, SteamOS, Mac and Windows PC. According to the listing on Steam, Lovely Planet Arcade requires very reasonable system specifications:

  • OS: Ubuntu 12
  • Processor: 1.0 Ghz Dual Core
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1 GB, Shader Model 3.0
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Keyboard and Mouse Recommended

Music for the game will be provided by London-based composer Calum Bowen, who also worked on the original game, along with other platformers and mobile games.

Lovely Planet released for Linux, Mac, Windows PC and Steam OS on July 31, 2014 to positive reviews from both players and critics.

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Lovely Planet the unsuspecting brutal shooter

Lovely Planet the unsuspecting brutal fps for linux mac and windows pc

Lovely Planet is a little game for your Linux, Mac or Windows PC box that distils the essentials of the first-person shooter genre down to the basics: shoot, jump, run.

You will do this, over and over, across five distinct worlds and hundreds of levels armed with nothing more than your adorable little bow and arrow and a sense of adventure.

Be warned, though — you are going to die repeatedly, especially at first, because while the visuals and soundtrack are kawaii as heck, the levels are designed as diabolical tests of your gaming sanity. Maybe take a break.
It is not all distilled run, jump, shoot, though those are the main assets of the game experience.

There’s definitely an influence of bullet-hell shooters, where you need to avoid the bullets being (in this case) spit at you by the baddies, all of whom look like angry shapes. The music and visuals call to mind the adorable Japanese-style hit Katamari Damacy. There’s some platforming, as well, though the platform all seem to disappear soon after you land on them, hence the cursing.

When you’re hit by an enemy bullet, fall off a ledge, or sizzle to death on one of the red rocks, you’ll start back at the beginning of the level. After I reached my own frustration tolerance around level three, I handed off the Macbook to my daughter, who whizzed her way through several more crazy-hard levels before giving up herself.

While this may sound a bit much, the levels are designed for repeated runs, with a ton of trial and error. I’m sure there will be hordes of YouTube videos showing talented 11-year-olds earning three-star ratings with record speed run times.

While the visual style and brutal difficulty may not be for everyone, this game has a certain something that will truly encourage you to continue well past your frustration level. Each death feels fair, if annoyingly stupid, and there’s a specific joy to be had in mastering a particularly tricky level.

Lovely Planet was developed by Vidhvat Madan from @quicktequila, produced by Luke Burtis and Alex Nichiporchik from @tinyBuild and scored by @CalumBowen.

Currently available via Steam right now for Mac, Linux, and PC, for a measly $5.09 USD (it’s on a 15 percent sale from the original $5.99).

3D First Person Shooter game ‘Lovely Planet’ comes to Steam July 31st

Publisher tinyBuild Games and India-based indie one man #developer QUICKTEQUILA are bringing this cute FPS ‘gun ballet’ #game, Lovely Planet, to PC, Mac, and Linux via #Steam on July 31st. Take a trip to Lovely Planet, but make sure to bring yours boots of speed with you, as you jump along the way to your destination with infinite amount of bullets with a ‘semi-automatic’ that is used for the enemies that you meet along the way.

In Lovely Planet, players can’t just camp or stop and stare, you will need to use your parkour-like skills to jump and dodge bullets, while also aiming to get the better shot on your enemies. Defeat all your enemies quick, and finish the level quickly in order to earn a star for that level, which will go towards setting world records.

With a hundred levels, and five worlds to discover, players will get to master the levels indeed, with your boots of speed, players can speedrun this in a 60 frames per second 3D world, to final make it to that one far, far, faraway destination, Lovely Planet.

Lovely Planet hopes to translate the old formula into a version of its own,” according to a QuickTequila statement. “It’s the most authentic first person shooter experience; a game of jumping and shooting.”

Here is the Lovely Planet Gameplay Trailer:

Features that included in Lovely Planet are:

  • The most authentic First Person Shooter experience, a game of jumping and shooting
  • Hundred levels to master, five worlds to discover, one faraway destination
  • Learn and practice each level to earn stars and set world records
  • Search for multiple secrets hidden deep within each world
  • Precise Gun Ballet at a flawless 60 frames per second! (conditions apply)
  • A story so abstract, it’s not told at all – you won’t know what hit you
  • Original Soundtrack by Calum Bowen

You can see more screenshots for Lovely Planet on their website, plus like QUICKTEQUILA on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

Reblogged from: games.mxdwn.com

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