Devader Is A Hectic Dual Stick Hybrid Across A Weird Alien Landscape

In Devader, you are the lone warrior against an incredibly alien threat, swarms of enemies that slither and shoot from all angles and in myriad shapes, in this upcoming frenetic dual stick shooter.

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The Krin is coming, an alien enemy that threatens your ancient civilization with obliteration. Rather than geometric shapes or other forms, the Krin attacks in hordes of robotic and organic creatures and most notably through looming bosses whose tentacled forms dwarf your characters. These flowing bosses fill the screen with limbs, bullets, lasers, and lightning, while some may distort the arena with colored ink or simply limit your movement due to their massive bulk.

To combat these enemy, you have a diverse pool of weapons and power-ups to draw from, with upgrades and weapon types letting you hone your playstyle to survive Devader‘s onslaughts. If your agility and weapons aren’t enough, you can place stationary defenses to fortify areas or add to your firepower; and if that isn’t enough to endure, you can fight alongside friends in local co-op to unleash quadruple amounts of bullets against the swarming Krin.

Devader is slated to release in early 2019; you can follow the game through its Steam page, official site, and Twitter.

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