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Currently in Early Access, the awesome and brutal roguelike Jupiter Hell is getting set to leave Early Access on August 5 and they have a surprisingly great new trailer. Acting as a successor to DRL (formerly DoomRL), Jupiter Hell is a shiny and tough proper roguelike that's so slick with the movement it often feels real-time but it's not.

The new trailer (below) doesn't have a lot of gameplay in it (there's some towards the end) but we still love it. A good animated trailer always ends up suckering me in, not that I needed it considering that Jupiter Hell is just fantastic overall and thanks to the Vulkan support it runs blisteringly fast on Linux with the native build. Check it out:

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When the big 1.0 release arrives there's plenty to look forward to including:

  • Dante Station - The 4th and final act in the gripping story of one hero’s survival against Jupiter Hell. Final boss battle included!
  • Trials Mode - a new customizable and moddable way to enjoy Jupiter Hell your way - it’s your run, your scenario, your funeral.
  • Arena Mode - Defend against wave-based attacks of enemies, with quicker levelling and item acquisition between waves. 
  • Endless Mode - Go through fully randomized levels without episodes, branches etc, and see how deep you can get. 
  • Classic Mode - No story, no branching areas, no special levels, nothing to distract you from sweet, sweet ripping and tearing through demonic hordes.
  • More to be revealed!
  • Oh, hey, did we mention Mark Meer VO? (Commander Shepard)

Find Jupiter Hell on Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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Love this game. I uninstalled it for a bit in anticipation of the full release. Now I can go back in with fresh eyes.
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