Rising Star Games & Kraken Empire Release “Kromaia” on Steam

Rising Star Games and Kraken Empire today announced that highly-stylized shoot ’em up (shmup), Kromaia, is now available for download on Steam for PC.

Kromaia is an immersive journey that mixes technology and myth for an innovative gameplay experience. Players will feel like a small droplet of water in a vast, alien ocean as they explore new worlds protected by giant god-like guardians, filled with ancient temple ruins, and littered with puzzles to solve and treasures to collect.

A truly unique adventure, Kromaia’s approach to gameplay looks to bring new life to the shmup genre.Providing players with full 360˚ freedom to fly, spin, and shoot changes the traditional style of arcade shmups significantly. Also, Kromaia’s adaptive AI creates a special kind of emergent gameplay: one that changes variables like enemy speed and formations to offer something new depending on how the game is played. Combine this with several ultra-maneuverable Armors (pilotable ships/vessels), all with different attributes, and a wide range of ancient, alien worlds to explore, and you’ve got a game that changes the genre forever.

 

 

Kromaia Key Features
Experience one of the fastest and most agile shoot ’em ups to-date
Interact with hundreds of physical objects, like asteroids, ancient temple ruins, puzzles, treasure, and fight dozens of on-screen enemies at once
Highly destructible worlds with their own rules and law of physics
A truly unique graphical style, gameplay and immersive experience
Adaptive AI – Artificial intelligence based on independent simple brains that cooperate creating emergent behaviors
Pilot several different Armors, each with unique weapons, attributes, and philosophies
Multiple gameplay modes including “Story” and “Score Attack” – with more on the way
Four levels of difficulty to test players of all skill levels
Moddable content using plain text (XML) including levels, objects, weapons, player and AI units

 

Source: Rising Star Games

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