Skipchaser

Skipchaser is a rogue-like, story driven sci-fi fantasy shooter with customizable weapons, procedural levels and fast paced gunfights. Battle and loot your way through an abandoned mining wasteland while upgrading your gun and gear along the way. 

 

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About

Skipchasers are a dying breed of bounty hunters that scour the universe for anyone willing to pay a contract price. Your journey begins on the planet of Paterae XI where there are plenty of scum and villains to track down.

Random and Story-based Levels

Contracts will send you all over the planet from salted wastelands to the bowels of the element mines long since abandoned. Here you will encounter all manner of human, alien and robotic brutes, making sure to keep your trigger finger ready at all times. With procedurally generated enemies it could be hours before you encounter the same one twice. 

Deep Weapon Customization

A Skipchaser's best friend is his weapon, so it should be completely customizable. With thousands of possible combinations you can use the smithing system to create just the right ordinance for any enemy or situation. 

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Elemental Enhancements

Skipchasers and enemies deal damage in three different types: fire, bio and cryo. Each damage type has a counter and can be applied to guns and gear. Choosing the right gun and armor to clear out a room adds the right ammount strategy to this action experience. 

                             


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MeAt the Press

With all levels and enemies being procedurally-generated, players will find themselves in all manner of varied combat situations against continually-changing foes. Joel Couture, Siliconera  

With all levels and enemies being procedurally-generated, players will find themselves in all manner of varied combat situations against continually-changing foes.

Joel Couture, Siliconera

 

The art style is fantastic, I really like this low detail cell shaded art style that has come about over the last few years, and Skipchaser does it exceptionally well.

Dan Sullivan, Big Boss Battle