Scourge of the Underkind is a new upcoming game for Commodore Amiga classic and is making very good progress. In this new upcoming game planning each move carefully yields better results health-wise than attempting to rush through a level, there are some puzzles which require the player to go back and forth in the level, and objects are required to get bonuses (such as keys) to complete a level. There are several weapons available in the game and it is also possible to destroy more enemies with a special. Scourge of the underkind is a mix of the famous Amiga classic Gods but from another perspective. The graphics are done by Wayne Ashworth and background music is by Triace Of Insane. Release is during summer 2018. You can find more information on the
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