Valve’s The Lab is dwelling to a lot of enjoyable mini-games, all of which really feel like nice blueprints for a full VR recreation. Developer Clear Ink Studios has stepped as much as the plate to flesh out Valve’s distinctive VR ‘bullet-hell’ mini-game, Xortex, right into a standalone experience dubbed Galaxis Wars.
Set to launch on Steam on Could 30th, Galaxis Wars builds upon the identical ‘bullet-hell’ gameplay from Xortex, however now with a extra substantial experience that includes 100 waves and 20 distinctive upgrades.
In Galaxis Wars, your hand turns into your tiny drone ship (as should you have been as soon as once more a baby flying round a spaceship toy making accompanying sound results; whoosh! pew pew pew!). Enemy ships fly throughout you, firing lethal lasers which can kill you in the event that they hit your ship. The ensuing gameplay is a component taking pictures, half technique, and half dance, as you weave your ship via the hail of fireplace and attempt to destroy the enemy ships with out getting caught off guard by a latent spray of lasers.
As you defeat enemies you’ll gather vitality which could be spent to improve your ship. Developer Clear Ink Studios says there are “20 unique upgrades” and whereas it isn’t clear but precisely what they is likely to be, we think about the fundamentals: improved armor, weapons, well being regeneration, and many others.
In case you can battle your means via the sport’s 100 waves, the studio guarantees you’ll be taught “the secret of the Galaxis Wars,” which, based on the sport’s lore, you might be coaching for by way of simulation.
When you’ve conquered the 100 waves, there’s additionally an infinite mode permitting for leaderboard competitors.
Galaxis Wars is because of launch on Could 30th, priced at $12. The game’s Steam page at present only lists the Vive as formally supported, although it’s potential that the developer could expend that to incorporate different headsets over time.
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