Welcome to the Nano Gaming News Weekly Rewind for June 6, 2020 where we cover stories and events that we missed over the past week.
Last Monday two big announcements came across the press feeds. The first story, One Shell Straight to Hell, a twin stick shooter was announced. And the second story is My Diggy Dog 2, the digger platformer sequel is heading to Steam in July.
For those that missed some of our other stories, here is a quick recap of a few of stories NGN covered this past week. A Tofu Tail added the huge Mystery of the Metaverse update. Memory takes players on a summer holiday in a quaint town to solve a puzzle mystery. The roguelike city builder Against the Storm announced itself to the world with a 2021 release planned. Sentimental K is also bringing some roguelike action in 3D to Steam and Clash: Mutants vs Pirates is going to rock the MOBA world on June 12.
One Shell Straight to Hell
Indie developer Shotgun with Glitters and publisher Feardemic revealed last Monday the first details about their twin stick shooter, One Shell Straight to Hell. The game sends out Padre Alexander, heavily armed, to take on endless hordes of demons.
Taking a blend of gaming styles, One Shell Straight to Hell combines dungeon crawler shooter with tower defense in a roguelite fashion with its replayability. A skill tree makes the player stronger and adds different approaches to the strategy. In other words, the game is all about fast-paced action with lots of weapon and enemy combinations.
The game takes on the voxel art style and pays tribute in the re-imagining of horror classics. Each map is randomly generated and helps keep the gameplay fresh.
We are very happy for the opportunity to show our audience another face of our favorite priest and try our hands in another genre with One Shell Straight to Hell. We hope gamers will look forward to the whirlwind of combat in our base building shooter that we working hard to finish.Bence Zilahy, Co-Founder, Shotgun with Glitters
One Shell Straight to Hell will be landing on Steam for PC and consoles at a future date. PC players can wishlist the game now on Steam.
My Diggy Dog 2
King Bird Games is bringing the sequel of the platforming digger My Diggy Dog, to Steam on July 1 with My Diggy Dog 2. In the early access version there will be 60 levels with the final release having up to 120 levels.
The adventures of Christopher and Clara along with their dog Marty take off with dungeon exploration and lots of challenging puzzles. There is a variety of equipment, artifacts, and other discovers to be made.
My Diggy Dog 2 will be available on Steam for Windows and Mac OS on July 1, 2020 as an early access title. Players can add the game to their wishlists now. My Diggy Dog 2 is already available on Android and iOS devices that is free to play with ads and in-app purchases.
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