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Interstellar Marines v14 Released, More Single-player Goodness

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Interstellar Marines is really starting to shape up with good performance, and some more single-player content.

In the latest update they have updated the AI for "The NeuroGen Incident" the single-player mission that has you fighting off killer robots, and it's surprisingly jumpy. If they manage to keep this up for more missions it will be a bit like playing the FPS 'F.E.A.R' again, and that's great.

We tested some of the newer Survival mode earlier at GOL by doing some co-op (myself and Samsai) and it was quite fun, but the robots deal massive amounts of damage very quickly, so you need to be a good shot. I seriously can't wait for more types of enemies to appear to freak us out some more.
We did manage to finish one of the survival runs after a good few utterly failed attempts, and I may have accidentally killed Samsai a few times.

I also tested some of the Escape game mode and that was equally as satisfying with more killer robots! The new modes really add a lot of re-playability to the game, and I can't wait to see what they have cooking for v15.

I am starting to have really high hopes for this one, as it could be one of the best FPS games Linux has in future.

Check out Interstellar Marines on Steam now.
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coolbober 4 Nov, 2014
It's great to see that you still writing something here ;) Thank You!
wingofacrow 4 Nov, 2014
Wait, since when were these missions available?
I was waiting for something like this for quite a while. Even though, I kind of regretted buying this game as I have a rather exaggerated fear of sharks and buying this was like accepting my nightmares, for as soon as I clicked the purchase button I stopped for a few seconds wondering what I just did. Well, I guess it's time to update it!
Linas 4 Nov, 2014
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Quoting: wingofacrow...I have a rather exaggerated fear of sharks...

Does the game have sharks? With lasers on their heads I assume? :)
Tak 4 Nov, 2014
"accidentally"
wingofacrow 4 Nov, 2014
Quoting: Linas
Quoting: wingofacrow...I have a rather exaggerated fear of sharks...
Does the game have sharks? With lasers on their heads I assume?
No, but they have legs and can walk on land and that's terrible! Kind of the reason I bought the game, as the campaign had those abominations. Although, I did play a little multiplayer and it was nice.
N30N 4 Nov, 2014
I saw a bit of Samsai live streaming the single player other week. He's so jumpy, it was rather entertaining. You have to please get him to live stream Outlast when it gets released. :D
Samsai 8 years 4 Nov, 2014
Quoting: N30NI saw a bit of Samsai live streaming the single player other week. He's so jumpy, it was rather entertaining. You have to please get him to live stream Outlast when it gets released. :D
Oh god...
EKRboi 4 Nov, 2014
I've been interested in this one. The cost of entry for an unfinished game is a bit too high for me though. Is there a rough guesstimate for when this will be done?
wolfyrion 5 Nov, 2014
Quoting: wingofacrowWait, since when were these missions available?
I was waiting for something like this for quite a while. Even though, I kind of regretted buying this game as I have a rather exaggerated fear of sharks and buying this was like accepting my nightmares, for as soon as I clicked the purchase button I stopped for a few seconds wondering what I just did. Well, I guess it's time to update it!

Thats the best fps with sharks I have ever seen ^^

You are either play as shark or a Diver. Is kinda like JAWS the movies on steroids

http://store.steampowered.com/app/274940/?snr=1_4_4__131

not for linux yet but hopefully they will add support in the near future....

The Best Game To Overcome Your Nightmares!!!
wingofacrow 5 Nov, 2014
Quoting: wolfyrionThe Best Game To Overcome Your Nightmares!!!

That's very thoughtful of you. Thank you... o.o I'll think about it. I've actually seen that game on youtube and it looks like fun and like the thing I would never be able to play.
Nothing better than swimming in their home where I'll feel more helpless!
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