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Check out the demo for Hive Jump Survivors a new action roguelite

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Another survivors-styled game? Yes! You wanted more right? And this one will also have full Linux support too. Check out the demo for Hive Jump Survivors. Set in the same universe as the 2017 sci-fi action platformer Hive Jump.

"Tear through alien hordes and become unstoppable in this action roguelite set in the Hive Jump universe. Use your jetpack to out-maneuver enemies and traverse hostile planets. Upgrade your Jumper with powerful weapons and abilities to take down bosses and exterminate the Hives."

Have a look at the demo trailer below:

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Main Features:

  • Build your Jumper - Earn weapons, upgrades, and abilities to create the ultimate soldier.
  • Jetpacks - Utilize your jetpack to dodge enemies and traverse the environment in search of Hives.
  • Permanent upgrades - Unlock permanent abilities to give your Jumper an edge from the start of every run.
  • Auto and manual aiming - Auto-fire at enemies to focus on movement, or take aim yourself at any time.

The demo is currently up on itch.io and you can follow on Steam for the upcoming Early Access release.

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dpanter Dec 18, 2023
I quite enjoyed the demo, satisfying gameplay, cool weapons and the jetpak jumping over walls is a nice mechanic that brings something unique to this genre with a bazillion competing entries.
The game is a bit thin at the moment and honestly, the single music track on an endless loop gets old before long. I muted the music and put on some death metal instead, like God intended. \m/

Played the native version from itch.io and it runs great, barely uses any resources at all. The immortal champion Logitech F710 gamepad gets the job done as usual. I imagine it would run swell on the Steam Deck.
Note that it doesn't support wider than 16:9 aspect ratios properly, another case of the classic Unity problem with scaling against the X-axis. If I had a cookie for every time I've seen this, I'd be dead from hyperglycemia thrice over.
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