Blast, fly, and loot through surreal shmup Straimium Immortaly – coming soon to Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One

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Blast, fly, and loot through surreal shmup Straimium Immortaly – coming soon to Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One

Postby ccgr » Mon Dec 02, 2019 12:06 pm

Blast, fly, and loot through surreal shmup Straimium Immortaly – coming soon to Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One

Psychedelic pixel-art shoot-em-up brings otherworldly weirdness to consoles

2 December, 2019 – Indie publisher Digerati and developer Caiysware are delighted to announce the surreal shoot 'em up action of Straimium Immortaly will be unleashed on consoles later this month. The frenetic follow-up to Caiysware's Skelly Selest, Straimium Immortaly combines the developer's unique pixel-art aesthetic with a mountain of loot to collect, upgrades to unlock, and weapons to wield.

Straimium Immortaly will be available to download 17/18 December on PS4 (NA/EU respectively), 24 December on Xbox One, and 25 December on Nintendo Switch.



Straimium Immortaly drops players into the Cubicus – a peculiar and perilous procedurally-generated realm of outlandish oddness where they must explore, power-up, loot, and shoot to survive!

"With Straimium Immortaly I wanted to create a love letter to classic games of yore but with a modern roguelike twist," says developer Anthony Case. "Combining NES shoot-em-ups like Sector Z and Gradius with Metroid sci-fi spaceship exploration, big boss battles, oodles of unlocks, and the modern procedural generation magic that keeps gameplay fresh."

About the game

Bosses and beasties abound in this bizarre and vibrant roguelite/shump/dungeon crawler hybrid. Armed with a jetpack and a smorgasbord of weapons and power-ups, Straimium Immortaly pits your lone warrior against the forces of the Queeni Emperess. Agility, precision, and loads of loot are your only means of surviving the Cubicus.

Key features
A world like no other: explore the bizarre, butts-hard procedurally generated and monster-filled rooms of the Cubicus
Otherworldly pixel-art: old-school pixels meet vibrant new-school style
Fly quickly, carry a big gun: from the Ionic Laser to the lightning-blasting Electra Casta, wield an arsenal of 25+ upgradeable weapons and 50+ items
Unleash ninja powers: discover and harness a variety of mysterious shinobi abilities
KO XL baddies: defeat a myriad of huge monstrous bosses in your bid to rid the galaxy of Queeni taint!
Your fight, your way: unlockable classes, mutators, cheats and hats. Level seeds and size options to customize your run. Boss Rush mode, Incursion mode, and more
A whole ton of stats: keep track of your progress through leaderboards, achievements, and compendiums of enemies, bosses, weapons, items, and more

About Caiysware
Caiysware is the one-man band of Anthony Case who resides in the sunless north of the British UK and likes making retro-inspired homebrewed video games. More info: http://caiysware.com/

About Digerati
As a publisher, Digerati is dedicated to helping independent developers bring their creations to market and into the hands of gamers. We take care of funding, distribution, marketing and production, leaving developers to focus on what they love – making incredible games and unique experiences.
Contact: Nick@digeratidistribution.com

About Stage Clear Studios
Stage Clear Studios is an independent games developer company founded in 2012 by professionals with a large background in the games industry. They develop their own games and also offer console porting services, full game development and art outsourcing. http://www.stageclearstudios.com

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