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GONNER2 announced bringing even more colourful action

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IGF-winning game GoNNER is getting a sequel! GONNER2 was announced today by Art in Heart and Raw Fury, bringing an even more colourful platformer-shooter and it's due out this year.

GONNER2 promises a messy and cute procedurally generated, action-platformer with roguelike elements that will keep you on your toes – now with more of everything, including colour and chaos! A story about the strange friendship between Ikk and Death — but this time Death needs Ikk’s help.

Speaking to ditto from Art in Heart on Twitter, they confirmed Linux support again. Check out the rather brief reveal trailer below:

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Features:

  • Intense platformer shooter action
  • Procedurally generated levels in a strange and surreal world
  • Nonlinear level structure
  • A bunch of heads, guns and upgrades that you can combine
  • Grand Boss fights
  • Secrets & mysteries! Oh yes, plenty of secrets…

You can follow GONNER2 on Steam.

The first game is also available on Linux and is absolutely worth a play through. It's insane. Find the original on GOG, Humble Store and Steam.

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