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Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Feb 4, 2015 @ 8:31am
Mar 3 @ 2:26am

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Bezier released on Steam March 3rd
Bezier is Greenlit
Release date: February 14th 2015

"It's a hectic twin-stick shooter that has effortlessly swallowed my entire morning, and is probably going to eat up most of the evening too."
Christian Donlan, Eurogamer[]

"Bezier is a shiny twin-stick shooter, complete with all the explosions and mayhem that entails, and it's very good at that. What it adds on top of that is a story told only in snippets at the beginning of each stage. At least, to start with. When it starts reinforcing the story through gameplay, the cruelty of the villain becomes more than just words."
Lena LeRay, Indie Games[]

"It all makes for a captivating, unique and slightly unhinged experience. And I love it so very much."
Rob Fearon, Retro Remakes[]

"The soundtrack itself is worthy of praise. I paid the extra few dollars in order to get it, even though I had no idea if it'd be any good, and I'm glad I did. It's phenomenal."
Tyler Selig, MediaDetour[]

"Bezier is a fast paced twin stick Geometry Wars-Style blaster full of varied enemy design, frantic gameplay and more visual flair than a burning Lamborghini filled with fireworks and glitter."
Calum Fraser, AlphaBetaGamer[]

"It’s beautiful and more than a little wacky."
Ben Barrett, Rock Paper Shotgun

Bezier is a dual stick blaster set inside a vast computer built deep underground. The story traces the principal's escape from this "Noah's Ark" gone wrong. A simple shooter on the surface, the deeper narrative pulls in his relationship between evolution and god, family and love. These themes question his motives, force him to confront what is real and lead him to salvation.

Powered by the BezierSynth traditional rendering is renounced in favour of a fluid aesthetic guided by story elements, player interaction and the audio engine. An eighty minute soundtrack blends together orchestra, synthesizers and many ethnic instruments to drive the drama through fifteen zones. Almost one hundred different enemies, voice acting, reward based achievements and different game modes make Bezier the mindless blaster with a big heart.

The official Niine.Games site for Bezier[]

The 14mb PC demo download is available here[].

Bezier is now available to purchase via the Humble Widget on the official site[].

It can also be obtained from itch io[] and Desura[].

Copies bought from all these channels will be eligible for Steam keys.

The score of Bezier is now on Bandcamp[]. In the game real time spectral analysis is used in tandem with silent MIDI streaming to create data directly fed into the object movement and visuals. This creates a synergy between the music and game that drives the drama for the player.

A debug view of this system working behind the scenes...

  • Fifteen story driven zones
  • Eighty minute orchestral/synth soundtrack
  • Different game modes
  • Over one hundred enemy types
  • Enhancement based achievements
  • Ten different special weapons
  • Level based upgrade system
  • Online leaderboards

"Holy crap this game is great This is the twin stick shooter evolved Took a few minutes to get my head round it, but once I did - OMFG Beautiful art style, OUTSTANDING soundtrack and really tight gameplay - Love it to bits" - Midian808 @ Desura

"Just played the demo. This game is bloody amazing! About to purchase..." - IronSoldier @ Eurogamer

"Love it!" - kirkblack70 @ Desura

"A really fun and beautiful game, that you seem to have really well polished during your 6 years development process." - MrModeste @ Desura

"Read about this on Rock Paper Shotgun and had to check it out, and I'm very glad I did. Great looking, amazing music and quality voice work. I love the visual design." - alffly @ Desura

"Holy crap this game is great. The soundtrack alone is enough to justify a download" - DYFE @ Desura

"Fun game, runs very well on even our most modest PC (XP, 4GB RAM, e5200 dual core, 9800GT, xbox 360 wired controller). I really like the upgrade system, visuals and music. Controller support is spot on." - oogla @ Desura

If you got this far I salute your sticking power. Thanks for your consideration.

Popular Discussions View All (2)
Mar 8, 2015 @ 1:50pm
Level 10 help
Mar 8, 2015 @ 4:22pm
Planned features
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Montagshexe May 6, 2015 @ 2:56pm 
Colours, speed, blasts and an amazing soundtrack - good job. Bring it on!
mojoxrisen Mar 20, 2015 @ 9:23pm 
Interesting twin stick shooter with slick graphics, fun, tough gameplay and great music.
Fjartzenpiipi Mar 2, 2015 @ 6:29am 
Love this game!
племя мая Feb 28, 2015 @ 3:40am 
Thank - good, voted!
shrewdlogarithm Feb 22, 2015 @ 6:40pm 
Tried the demo, I sent an email to the developer with some feedback, they replied within an hour not only with a fixed version but with a free copy of the full game for raising it - how cool is that!

The game is really, really amazing - looks great, sounds great (soundtrack is on Bandcamp if you'd like to preview it) - loads of original ideas etc.

Can't recommend this enough
Knight-Crawler Feb 22, 2015 @ 3:37am 
Forgot.. Music is pretty awesome too.. One of the best sound tracks I heard this year.
Knight-Crawler Feb 22, 2015 @ 3:12am 
I seen it for 30 sec and bought it and let me tell you is pretty amazing.. it brings an excitement games of this type do not have. Vote for this game I highly recommended.
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Crowbeak Feb 20, 2015 @ 2:44pm 
I was sent a copy by the developer to review and although it took me a couple tries to get into it, when I did, I found the game to be pretty amazing. The gameplay never gets monotonous and the story is really good and delivered in snippets and quick in-game choices here and there. It's good. I recommend it.
jcaracc2003 Feb 19, 2015 @ 5:23am 
I bought it on Desura and I would buy it again on Steam to support the developer. This is unabashed old school gaming madness!