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Wave-based shoot 'em up PuPaiPo Space Deluxe released with Linux support

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BolHut (You Died but a Necromancer revived you) just released their latest game, a wave-based shoot 'em up PuPaiPo Space Deluxe.

Quite a deceptive looking twin-stick shooter, you start off thinking it's super easy and overly simple and then it starts to really throw everything at you. It gets absolutely crazy! Still simple overall though, a very nice pick up and play shooter, with friendly and inviting colourful visuals.

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Seems quite family-friendly too, with a really silly setting. Something perhaps to enjoy with a younger audience who can keep up with the speed or anyone really. If you think you can handle a challenge, this will definitely make you sweat a bit.

Once you complete the main game, it will then unlock two additional modes:

  • BOSS RUSH - Fight all the bosses in the game one after another, are you up to the task.
  • SURVIVAL - Survive waves and waves of opponents for as long as you can, put your piloting skills to the test!

You can find it on itch.io and Steam.

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