Wednesday, July 17th 2019

Nightmare Reaper is Out Now On Steam Early Access

Blazing Bit Games is proud to release today Episode One of Nightmare Reaper, their new retro first person shooter game, launching in Steam Early Access for Windows. Explore the cursed depths of a nightmare while finding powerful weapons and improving your abilities in this new indie game that breaches the wall between the classics and modern sensibilities.

"We're really proud of how much content and polish we managed to cram into this initial Early Access build of the game. We can't wait to open a dialogue with players and make Episodes 2 and 3 even better." - said Bruno Beaudoin, Founder.
The Early Access release of the game, titled "Episode One", features over 32 weapons and is crammed with variety and surprises. Mysterious non-intrusive story elements will guide players through nightmare after nightmare to eradicate evil while they collect treasures that they'll use to improve their abilities through a fun mini game.

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4 Comments on Nightmare Reaper is Out Now On Steam Early Access

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Wolfenstein 3D, Doom & Quake flashbacks. Maybe some duke nukem somewhere too.
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Basard
The requirements seem pretty steep for something that looks like it came from the 486 era. Recommended i7... lol
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Renald
Basard, post: 4082506, member: 33749"
The requirements seem pretty steep for something that looks like it came from the 486 era. Recommended i7... lol
Retro is the new word for "unoptimized game with seriously no effort on graphic, but still very consuming because we have no idea what we are doing".
When you look at Factorio (I'm playing it since before it was on Steam), this looks like an attempt at stealing from people...

Put zombies and battle royal in it, and it sells ...
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Vayra86
Basard, post: 4082506, member: 33749"
The requirements seem pretty steep for something that looks like it came from the 486 era. Recommended i7... lol
And the frametimes are abysmal. Look at the video carefully, its not smooth.

This is just Minecraft with flashies
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