Earth Atlantis coming to PC on January 29

Side-scrolling shooter gets a late PC port.

Earth Atlantis

Earth Atlantis is coming to PC on January 29, publisher Headup Games and developer Pixel Perfex announced.

The side-scrolling shooter first launched for Switch in October 2017, followed by PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in June 2018, and iOS in July 2018.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

“The Great Climate Shift” struck at end of the 21st century. Ninety six percent of the earth’s surface is underwater. Human civilization has fallen. Machines have adopted the shape and form of marine animals.

The ocean is full of creature-machine hybrid monsters. You are a “Hunter” and the new journey begins…

Earth Atlantis is a side-scrolling shooter with an original “monster-hunting” gameplay. Search and hunt down dreadful sea monsters and explore the post-apocalyptic underwater world. Unlock multiple ships with special weapons and abilities for your journey and become a legendary hunter!

The game is presented in a very unique and artistic “old sketching” visual style, which expresses the essence of the 14th century’s ocean exploration when the sea was considered a dangerous place full of monsters.

Key Features

  • Original side-scrolling shooter with monster-hunting objective.
  • Unique “old sketching” visual style.
  • Two game modes (Quest mode, Hunter mode).
  • Four playable ships with unique weapons.
  • 25 large monsters and 4 enemy ships to hunt with 9 special events to complete.

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