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Oldschool topdown Shooter with advanced light/shadow effects and an evolving story in a Film Noir style. Shoot many monsters, use light to scare them off, upgrade your weapons, demolish everything around you, battle bosses and do side missions. The game always comes up with something new to keep you entertained. And when you're done with the story, battle on for ranks in worldwide leaderboards in Arcade modes. You get to keep all your upgrades. Or invite a few friends for local multiplayer mayhem. Up to 4 people on one computer can fight each other in Deathmatch or stand together in Coop Survival against ever-growing hordes of enemies.

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A lot of cool things happened to Splatter! We got more gameplay, more main storyline levels, new enemies, bosses, gameplay twists... hard to count everything! Plus a million usability fixes, better handling, much-improved sounds and cool environment destruction effects.

Posted by Schrompf on Nov 20th, 2012

A very productive summer went by. There hasn't been much new media from Splatter, though... sorry for that, I'm going to correct this. But what's new? Well... alot:

- more main storyline content: new levels, bosses, vehicle parts, hopefully interesting gameplay twists
- first arcade game mode: survive against endless waves of enemies and rank yourself amongst worldwide leaderboards
- new destruction effects and much-improved sound fx - now it's really fun to blast the surroundings to pieces :-)
- a bazillion usability details to allow for smooth and comfortable play sessions

And a new trailer! This time we show some of the graphics effects and you'll spot some of the improved graphics, too. Tell us if you like it!


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unrealer2
unrealer2 Nov 21 2012, 5:48am says:

Great graphics! You should invest some work in the textures, they are repeating a lot and the path has very square-like outlines. I really love the lighting btw;)

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Schrompf Nov 22 2012, 8:29am replied:

Thanks! Yes, the tile-based technology still shows everywhere. I'll try to hide it better.

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