Mars Chaos Menace arrives in November

Lovers of arcade shooters will adore this.

After having the Twin Stick Shooter Demon’s Crystal under their belt, Byte4Games and Starcruiser Studios now take on the Bullet Hell Shoot’em-up with Mars Chaos Menace which is releasing next month on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and an additional Nintendo Switch release that will be during the second half of November.With the approach to the arcade shooter, such as 3D graphics and all kinds of visual effects, it will defiantly charm even the most devoted fans of the shoot’em-up genre.

In Mars Chaos Menance, we are Terraforming age after saving our home-world, Earth, which was collapsed by radioactive contamination and the depletion of resources. Now humans are successfully colonising nearby planets, using technology to adapt to these inhospitable and hostile places. For the first time in our existence we feel in harmony with everything. However, our activity and progress has attracted huge and warp monsters that only wish to devastate and sterilise planets by destroying the whole way of life.

We forgot something though. We forgot that chaos is the natural state of the universe…

Some of the main features the game includes are:

  • Neat aesthetics and design that you will be delighted with.
  • Great variety of unique environments to be discovered in the missions.
  • Impressive enemies that will make you suffer and excel your skills.
  • Several different enemies with a unique behaviour.

No particular date has been given for the game, but hopefully more information regarding price and proper release date will be available soon.

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Jack Simpson

Contributor Hey look, it's Jack, The Indie Game Website's resident Australian! Fan of Shovel Knight, Hollow Knight and all things metroidvania. Part of our core news team, Jack believes games are more than just entertainment.