Rogue-lite Auto Shooter Geometry Survivor Now Available

A tribute to the survival games of yore, the world of Brain Seal Entertainment’s rogue-lite auto shooter Geometry Survivor is now available.

In this title, players have just one goal in mind: Survive for 20 minutes. However, this is far easier said than done, as players must take the fight against waves of geometry ships, defeat their formations, and survive in this dynamic grid world.

Utilizing one-handed gameplay (not like that), players will control the direction of their ship as their weapons fire automatically. Ear run promises a unique combination of weapons, and players can earn credits to permanently unlock new upgrades. Promising a challenge, each of Geometry Survivor’s enemies promises their own AI.

See it for yourself with the Geometry Survivor launch trailer below:

Geometry Survivor – Launch Trailer

Geometry Survivor is now available for both the Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam for $4.99, along with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S for $7.99. Note that the PlayStation 5 version of Geometry Survivor will release on February 23 at the same price.

Source: Press Release
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