Ukuza, development studio of spooky 2D Action Platformer Skelattack, is ready to offer its fans and the gaming public a brand new, updated demo.
As the undead skeleton Skully, along with his faithful bat companion Imber, you’ll be tasked with keeping human heroes out of your dungeon. Stop them from stealing treasure and hurting your fellow dungeon denizens, thwart obstacles and mindless creatures, and all the while uncover the reason your underground home has become a hotbed of human activity.
Vast improvements have been made to the game preview, which puts our titular horrific heroes in the sewers of their dungeon home. Numerous environmental enhancements, including moving platforms and vastly improved parallaxing backgrounds, have given the dungeon more dynamic gameplay and depth; boss fights are now multi-phase and carry considerable consequences if you’re defeated; an entirely new area and pivotal character have been added to enhance gameplay and story; and after completing your run through the different sections of the dungeon, those areas will re-populate with enemy NPCs, giving you a chance to play through again as a lore-hunter, speed-runner or death count defier, or just for the fun of it.
We’re incredibly excited to show you this overhauled version of the Sewers, and deeply look forward to your reviews and feedback. Meanwhile, development continues, and the changes above only reflect a few of the improvements we have planned and implemented. Expect a lot more news in the weeks to come. While the demo offers only a tantalizing glimpse into the world of Skully and Imber, it should sate your cravings to play before our official launch of Skelattack.
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