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Shadowgrounds: Survivor

Shadowgrounds: Survivor

Shadowgrounds: Survivor is a shooter game developed by Frozenbyte and the sequel to Shadowgrounds. Shadowgrounds Survivor tells the story of three survivors who join forces with the last remaining human resistance in the heated battle against the ongoing alien onslaught.

Shadowgrounds make a triumphant return armed with a new feature set, including detailed physics simulation and many gameplay enhancements, such as the devastating Mech and special attacks like the Napalm Flame or the mighty Brute Slayer.

The game features three playable characters, a RPG-like upgrade system for weapons and characters, a survival mode, graphics enhanced from its predecessor, an integrated physics engine, and an impressive soundtrack written by Ari Pulkkinen.

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Price
£22.00

Developer
Frozenbyte
Linux version published by Linux Game Publihsing LTD

Website
linuxgamepublishing.com

Requirements
CPU: 1.6GHz x86 processor
RAM: 800MB
Hard disk: 1.2GB of free space
DVD ROM
Graphics card: 256MB RAM hardware accelerated
Sound card: OSS or ALSA compatible
Linux kernel 2.2.x or higher

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Features include:

  • 3 playable characters, each with impressive new tactics
  • RPG-like upgrade system for weapons and characters; including special attacks such as the all-engrossing Napalm Flame and the mighty Brute Slayer
  • Innovative gameplay features such as the Sentry Turret and the powerful Mech
  • Campaign mode short of filler and full of action, running parallel to the Shadowgrounds story and expanding it to new locations, including snow and ice environments, gritty sewers and the suffering New Atlantis colony
  • Survival mode where the player is pitted against hordes of alien monsters - the clock is ticking and they just keep on coming
  • New graphics enhancements, including raging snowstorm effects, new weapon effects and much more
  • Integrated physics that bring the world alive with hundreds of physics objects, taking the destruction to the next level
  • New original soundtrack composed by praised Shadowgrounds composer Ari Pulkkinen
  • Unlock survival missions
  • 20 secret parts hidden throughout the game’s single player campaign

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