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Wrought Flesh is an upcoming FPS where you swap your organs

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Developer Narayana Walters is close to releasing Wrought Flesh, a retro-styled first-person shooter that has a unique upgrade system where you swap-out your flesh for something a little better.

"Rip out enemies organs and equip them in your own body. Fight biopunk monsters and drugged-up space bandits. You are a Gajeshian Cultist: A near-mythological being built from the bodies of long-dead saints. You have arrived on the partially terraformed planet of Colcol on a temple-ordained mission to find and kill someone. Explore the planet and trace your victims steps to the end."

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It looks delightfully gross, weird and kind of awesome.

Game Features:

  • Organ based stat system
  • Literal finger gun
  • 10 unique enemies
  • 8 guns
  • 3 boss fights
  • Dozens of quests
  • 3 biomes to explore

Made with Godot Engine, it's planned to release on November 18 on Steam.

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3 comments

mircalla 1 Nov, 2021
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Cruelty Squad but psychedelic scifi mysticism flavored splatter instead of nihilistic cyberdystopia? Well alright!
MayeulC 2 Nov, 2021
Oh I like the premise, I might pick that one up if it isn't too expensive.

The graphics look very dated (Unreal or Quake), but the trailer also gives me some STALKER vibes :)
Philadelphus 3 Nov, 2021
You had me at "literal finger gun." :)
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