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Turn-based Shooter Jupiter Hell Comes To Early Access On August 1st

Bloody (Jupiter) Hell!

ChaosForge, a Poland-based developer, are releasing the bad-ass 90s’ styled Jupiter Hell on Steam Early Access next Thursday, August 1st. Jupiter Hell is a turn-based shooter set in the depths of cosmic hell, with a roguelike framework and modern 3D graphics.
Jupiter Hell advertises the following key features in a press release:

 

  • Classic roguelike turns with modern shooter sensibilities. Controls are immediate and accessible while retaining the back-end depth of a turn-based RPG
  • Meaningful RPG progression. Customize your character with new weapons, items and abilities gained as you progress through a permadeath-prone hell. Beat the game to unlock more difficult challenges rather than grinding to make the game easier.
  • Randomized levels set all over Jupiter’s orbit. Blast through procedurally-generated civilian sectors, military space bases and mining colonies on the violent moons of Jupiter. Every playthrough you’ll find new ways to experience familiar settings.
  • Original shooter roguelike lineage. Jupiter Hell is built by ChaosForge, the team that’s been making top-down, cosmic hell roguelikes since 2002.

 

If you want to find out more about Jupiter Hell, you can follow their Twitter, join their Discord, visit their website and check out the game’s Steam page. 

Check out the extremely violent, profanity-laced trailer for the game below!

Jonathan is HeyPoorPlayer's token British person, so expect him to thoroughly exploit this by quoting Monty Python and saying things like "Pip, pip, toodly-whotsit!" for the delight of American readers. He likes artsy-fartsy games, RPGs and RPG-Hybrids (which means pretty much everything at this point). He used to write for Sumonix.com. He's also just realised how much fun it is to refer to himself in the third person like he's The Rock or something.
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