Bit Summit Volume.6 (Recap 3/5) – Psyvariar Delta – Alleys Escape – From_. – World for Two – ECHO – Kero Blaster – La – Mulana 2

Did you make it to BitSummit Volume.6? (Part 3)

We hope you did because the show was awesome!

For those of you who did – and didn’t – make it to BitSummit Volume.6 (2018) this is our recap (3/5) of the coolest games for iOS, Android, PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, Nintendo Switch and even the classic NES!? – which was originally released by Nintendo back in 1983 – so without any hesitation, let’s get started.

Just as a side note, this isn’t a recap of everything at BitSummit… It’s a recap (3/5) of only the coolest things you definitely won’t want to miss! 😉

More cool articles coming within the next few hours. Click here for more BitSummit News!

Psyvariar Delta by City Connection

Psyvariar Delta is a bullet hell style shooter game for PS4, Steam, and Nintendo Switch. Originally released back in the year 2000, Psyvariar Delta is about avoiding bullets as close to your ship as possible in order to score points and earn XP.

For fans of the title, Psyvariar Delta will be available in the US starting 30th of August 2018.

Alleys Escape Game by Shi-Chi Shen

Alleys Escape is a game about a gamer challenging himself/herself to escape from a theme park. Unlike a lot of escape games which are very popular in Japan – as well as Asia in general – your mission in this game isn’t set to a specific storyline. You can combine different elements together and find your very own escape route.

The game is expected for release on iOS, Android, PC, and Steam.

From_. by NAKAJIMA

From_. is a game about a postman living in a world of water, where he delivers letters. One day a strange and very mysterious looking ghost-like creature starts following your player wherever he goes, and so the game begins…

As you progress through the game you will slowly unveil some of the mysteries surrounding the strange creature that is following your player… For starters, we would like to know if it is going to try to eat us…

The game is available on iOS and Android – and the English version of the game will be out sometime between now and next month.

World for Two by Seventh rank

World for Two is a game about a scientist and his robot assistant who strive to restore life on planet earth. After a mysterious disease kills off all living things on planet earth – plant life such as trees seem to be alright – your mission in this game is to help your master – the scientist, and the last living creature on planet earth – restore animal and human life.

Starting off with an amoeba, your mission in this game is to slowly genetically modify different life forms in order to recreate life. As you progress through the game, your robot witnesses both life and death, which causes something to slowly change within him…

The game will be available on iOS, Android, PC, and maybe even the Nintendo Switch… although nothing is confirmed here yet…

If you like pixel art, you’ll love this game.

ECHO by Nobody Studio

ECHO is an Action RPG for PC and Steam. The game features 5 different difficulty levels – we played on the lowest level possible and still only just managed to defeat one boss…

ECHO is playable on both a standard keyboard as well as a game controller, and kind of requires some getting used to. Once you figure out how to use the controls it should be a lot easier.

Unfortunately, this is all the information we currently have about ECHO…

Kero Blaster by PLAYISM

Kero Blaster is a side-scrolling pixelated 2D action game! Featuring a gameplay system similar to that of Leap Day (by Nireome), Kero Blaster is available on both iOS and Android as well as the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Steam. (You can quite literally get it anywhere…)

During our brief turn playing the game at BitSummit, we really enjoyed how the game allowed players to power up their weapons during a level. Unfortunately, we’re not quite sure if the upgrades you make are carried over to new levels or not.

La – Mulana 2 by PLAYISM

20 years from the original release of La – Mulana, La – Mulana 2 features the story of Lumisa Kosugi, the daughter of our hero in the first game, and is now finally ready – or at least nearly ready – for release!

After being in development for a total of 4 years after it was funded on Kickstarter, La – Mulana 2 is set for release this summer and will be available on Steam, PC, and Mac.

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