Death Rings of Jupiter

by
Albatross Wirehead


 

Hidden somewhere in the rings of Jupiter, there is treasure, and it's guarded by an infestation of alien monsters.
You steal a ship, fire up your percolator and set the controls for the epic gas giant.
While you dust off your trusty lasers, fear creeps into the back of your mind.
No one that has gone into the rings of Jupiter has ever returned.


Death Rings of Jupiter is a 2d retro bullet hell shooter, set in the dense asteroid fields that make up the rings of Jupiter.
It features original gameplay that mixes classic gravity games and platformers.

 

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Coming soon to PC



Game Features

-Chaotic bullet hell with hundreds of bullets and enemies on screen.

-A mixture of fast paced battles and slower paced asteroid hopping space survival. Fun and challenging with a sprinkling of roguelike unfairness.

-Retro pixel art graphics including 200 colourful pixel art aliens that burst into pixels when they die.

-Governing physics that affects all in game objects. Gather momentum then cool your jets to drift through space and preserve fuel.

-Hundreds of procedurally generated guns in each run. Double shot exploding sniper, rapid fire flaming quadshot and poisonous homing lasers!

-Survive in space with limited fuel and oxygen. Fight your way onto asteroids to fill your air tank or you will quickly suffocate.

-Gather fuel for your ship and follow your own path through the levels.

-Take different strategic approaches to defeating the three bosses in each run.

-Upgrade your character to survive. Increase your oxygen capacity to live longer in space, increase your max health, speed and more.

-Loot chests for gold and special pickups, visit shops to buy or sell items and get new weapons.

-Plays at 60 frames per second , with the option of a 30fps mode for older computers.

-Featuring beautiful title and end screen art by Illustrator Joyous Colley.

-Inspired by classic games such as Gravity Force, Elite, Exile, Soldat, Abuse, and Rogue.

-Built in auto-fire, no memory hacks required!



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