Project One is a vertically scrolling boss-only shoot’em up with colorful and distinct graphics.
A massive energy blast of unknown origin tore the structure of the universe apart, released a powerful darkness and corrupted everyone and everything. Now the remaining beings fight each other, attracted by this mysterious force, to acquire it or to get consumed by it – and you are one of them.
Every boss will provide a new experience for the player outside the boundaries of a normal arcade shooter and will force him to the limits of his skills.
- 21 unique bosses on 7 areas with different mechanics and challenges.
- 5 main weapons with upgrades, 3 bombs and 7 different companions.
- Intense battles with hundreds of bullets and devastating attacks.
- Classic run for each area with enemy groups and altered game rules.
- 5 difficulty levels with casual mode for inexperienced players.
- Boss-rush, fragments of darkness, medals, equipment- and unlock-system.
- Local coop mode to play together or alone with two ships.
- Game Jolt API.
- Playable with mouse (+ keyboard), keyboard only, or gamepad/joystick.
- Internationalization support: English, German.
Developer: Maus Games
License: zlib License
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