Shoot down rogue agents inside a computer simulation in Voxel Blast

If you happen to be a fan of Star Fox, After Burner or Tempest, VOXEL BLAST will be right up your alley. Developed by Costa Rica’s Ceiba Software & Arts, Voxel Blast’s flat-shaded visuals and thumping electronic soundtrack are a feast for the senses:


[Let us know if you’d like a Steam key. The game runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux.]

The mission is simple: Enter the simulation and stop autonomous, rogue agents from wreaking havoc on an otherwise peaceful system. Choose between the Taurus, Orion, or Aries ships (each equipped with unique weapons and abilities), and dive deep into cyberspace — leaving a trail of neon particles in your wake.

Enemies in Voxel Blast are always evolving — leading to some truly epic boss battles. Being able to quickly evaluate (and adapt!) is critical if you want to survive for more than a few minutes. For example, taking on a small group of snake-like creatures can quickly spiral out of control when they combine their powers into menacing monstrosities hell bent on taking you down.

Voxel Blast supports both keyboard + mouse *and* gamepads. We recommend the latter; in our own internal testing, gamepads turned out to be the way to go 🙂

— Three well-balanced ships with different features and weapons:
*Taurus: H.E.A.T. Cannon and Tracer Missiles
* Orion: Plasma Cannon and Particle Torpedoes
* Aries: Twin Miniguns and M.I.R.V. Missiles

— Four game modes to choose from:
* Challenge (hone your navigation skills)
* Survival (endless combat)
* Arcade (action and story)
* Multiplayer (enjoy exploding your friends into voxels)

— Space combat based on skill rather than pattern memorization
— More ships to unlock with custom weapons and different strategies
— Unique gameplay: Arcade shooter meets dogfighting
— Flat-shaded art style based on abstract sculptures and futurist art
— Gripping electronic score
— Gamepad support: Control layouts for flight sticks, Xbox controllers, keyboard-mouse, and full player customization

Voxel Blast will be available on Steam (Windows, Mac, and Linux) on October 22nd. While retailing for $11.99, the developer is celebrating the launch with a 20% discount (bringing the price down to $9.59) during the game’s first week on Steam.

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