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Single-player arena-styled FPS Cathedral 3-D arrives on Linux

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With the latest update to the single-player arena-styled first-person shooter Cathedral 3-D has now been released officially for Linux.

"Cathedral 3-D is a fast-paced, arcade, single-player, endless arena inspired by the early 3-D shooters of the 90s. You are the Monster, a powerful and incredibly agile beast armed with fiery breath. Your lair – a cathedral floating in the sky – hides a chest containing your heart. The humans want you dead, and they are coming in endless hordes to destroy you and your chest."

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Features:

  • Unique gameplay focused around protecting the chest.
  • Super-fluid movement system with double jumps, strafing, rocket jumping and shotgun flying.
  • Three attack types – rapid-fire, cluster shot, firebombs.
  • Additional special abilities to unlock by surviving long enough.
  • A leaderboard that allows you to compete with other players around the world.
  • Custom game engine with a 90s-games-style rasterized look with unfiltered textures and jagged animations.
  • Handcrafted graphics and sounds.

You can buy Cathedral 3-D on Steam. It's 30% off until September 20.

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Anza 14 Sep
I kind of confused this with Catacomb 3-D. Color scheme is even bit similar

Nice touch though is that light and shadow look somewhat modern so they're not aiming to be retro all the way. Based on the reviews though developer has some work to do as current rating is mixed on Steam.
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