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Solar Shifter EX Looks Like A Pretty Good Bullet Hell Space Shooter

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Solar Shifter EX will release for Linux on Steam on the 11th of September, and I must say it looks pretty impressive.

Their Steam page isn't up yet, but we will let you know when it's released. We have requested a review key, so hopefully we will have more on it soon.

About the game (Official)
Warp into action with Solar Shifter EX. Man your ship and dive into fierce combat situations in space and over beautiful and distant planet surfaces. Solar Shifter EX is a sci-fi shoot 'em up with the unique ability to 'shift'.

Your only weapon is your ship: The Phase Shifter has been outfitted with a one-of-a-kind jump drive that lets you warp out of tough situations at will, a technique which will challenge you of the utmost when surviving the bullet hell coming at you from all sides.

With an epic storyline evolving over numerous worlds, you'll encounter massive enemy fleets and gorgeous landscapes until you reach your goal: To leave a dying solar system behind at all costs before its extinction!

What do you think? Looks pretty good to me! I love the ship designs. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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