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Shmup Super Crome Coming to Early Access Q1 2019

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Stumphead Games announced today that their shmup Super Crome: Bullet Purgatory will come out on Early Access for the PC and Mac in Q1 2019.

In this retro-inspired shoot-em-up, Purgatory has started to consume colonies throughout the cosmos. The Consul’s best star pilot, Crome, to put a stop to this threat by traveling into the unknown. More than 20 ships, beasts, and fiendish bosses stand in the way, but a number of destructive weapons and abilities are at the player’s disposal. There is also the ability to level up the ship and upgrade its firing speed.

You can view a video below:

Super Crome: Bullet Purgatory Early Access Announcement

According to Josh Jacobs, founder of Stumphead Games:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“Super Crome: Bullet Purgatory is a careful fusion of retro arcade stylization and modern bullet hell gameplay. Its classic vector-inspired graphics are right at home with the swift pacing and precise controls we’ve come to expect from contemporary shoot ‘em ups.”[/testimonials]

You can find the Steam page here.

Source: Press Release
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