Flying Oak Games
Based in Metz, France
31st August, 2016
NeuroVoider* is a twin-stick shooter RPG set in a cyber futuristic world about brains shooting around evil robots with nuclear rocket launchers. Battle through the horde of vigilant robots, boost your character with the smoking remains of your victims, and defeat the master NeuroVoider to end this eternal war. Play it coop with up to 4 friends, or go alone in an adventure of hack'n'slash rampage, with a pinch of rogue-lite, and some permadeath. * may contain explosions.
NeuroVoider is the second title from Flying Oak Games. After completing Dead End (iOS / Android), the team composed of Thomas and Florian decided to get busy on a genre they praise every lunch break: local multiplayer games.
- Action packed top-down shooting. May include explosions.
- Local multiplayer up to 4 players. Total coop rampage.
- Procedurally generated content and hazards. Hope you don't mind a few game overs.
- 8736 unique enemies to blow up. Yes, we counted.
- Tons of loot to customize your character with. Explode your foes with that "double twin-plasma shotgun of father doom" you've just dropped.
- Gigantic bosses to challenge your bullet dodging skills. Chances are that they don't fit on your 4K monitor.
- Powerful dark synth music by Dan Terminus. May your ears survive the beat.
NeuroVoider - Release Trailer YouTube
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About Flying Oak Games
Made of wood and pixels, Flying Oak Games (FOG) is a handcrafted independent video game studio growing up in a secret forest of the North East of France (in Metz).
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Developer & Game Designer, Flying Oak Games
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Soundtrack, from the album "The Wrath of Code", courtesy of Blood Music