Independent video game company Coconut Island Games and developer Lizard King have officially launched the roguelike action shooter Enlightenment. The game is out now on Windows PC via Steam for $8.99, after a 25% off discount available for one week starting today.
About Enlightenment Action Shooter
A grisly top-down dungeon crawler, Enlightenment is set in a post-apocalyptic world devastated by the fall of an asteroid whose energies hold incredible powers. Venture deep into the Ark, a mysterious underground complex home to twisted inhabitants and deadly surprises around every corner.
Charge, roll, hack and shoot through a sprawling web of procedurally generated dungeons, surviving against a multitude of enemies in fast, challenging combat that demands quick reflexes and careful thinking. Arm yourself with a variety of new guns and items to help you stay alive and uncover the secrets that lay within the Ark’s darkest reaches.
- Procedurally-generated Dungeons – In the underground complex of The Ark, use the environment to your advantage as you fight against enemies in challenging scenarios that change every time you enter the game.
- Unlockable Weapons and Items – As you return to the starting camp after death, talk to the different merchant to purchase potent unlockables like new guns and other consumables to help you on your next journey.
- Difficulty and Hardcore Play – In the beginning you may die a lot, maybe even “a lot” a lot. Just give Enlightenment and yourself a bit more time and patience and everything’s going to be alright.
- Smooth, Fast-paced Fighting Experience – As you get through the game, the fluidly-animated action and sense of accomplishment from overcoming what’s thrown to you will provide a rewarding experience. Stay wary though, as there are a lot surprises!
- Weird, Post-Apocalyptic Story – In Enlightenment, you will obtain scattered information about the world constantly. These jigsaw pieces are hidden in item descriptions, the environment, and through NPC interactions which eventually form a “Big Picture” look about the end of the world and the society, culture, and religion that it left behind.