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Arena-survival FPS Cathedral 3-D is now free to play

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Want to try out a retro-styled arena survival FPS? Cathedral 3-D is now free to play so you've got nothing to lose. The free to play update included an overhaul of some gameplay elements like a redesigned magic system with easy teleportation.

This is a very fast-paced game, with the idea that you need to protect a box that contains your heart. It's absolutely manic and won't be for everyone but if you love a challenge this might be a good pick for you, especially now it's free.

They also released a new teaser trailer for it:

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Game Features:

  • Unique gameplay focused around protecting the chest.
  • Super-fluid movement system with double jumps, strafing, rocket jumping and shotgun flying.
  • Two attack types – rapid-fire or 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.
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2 comments

BalkanSpy 18 Mar
I've looked forward to trying out this game, unfortunately it is a buggy and badly designed piece of garbage. Just read the reviews and you will see what I mean. :(
Nod 19 Mar
Won't start for me. Haven't tried with proton.
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