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Lithium City
Genre: Action, Shooter
Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Jun 5, 2016 @ 7:35am
Jun 10, 2016 @ 5:52pm
Release date: Q3 2016
Lithium City is a stylish fast-paced isometric shooter set in a neon-drenched city of impossibly tall buildings. Shatter your enemies with a combination of fists, blades, guns, and wits.

You play as an unknown girl thrust into an uncaring world of electricity and violence. Taken in by your mentor and chief, you are sent on mission after mission to destroy an unrelenting force of battle droids. Music pulses through you as you lose yourself in the trance of combat. Shards fly as superheated bullets pierce glass, crystal, circuit and body.

Are you just an agent of destruction? What secrets have been kept from you your whole life?

Platforms: PC, Mac
Game mode: Single-player campaign
Controller suppport: Yes
Minimum Requirements: Dual core CPU, 4 GB RAM, Discrete Graphics Card
Popular Discussions View All (1)
Apr 10 @ 2:25pm
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GardeD0g Apr 27 @ 12:08pm 
This my be a bad idea but I was thinking that it would be cool if there was a level editer to make you own levels.
Dakebs Feb 11 @ 2:05pm 
If Supergiant Games made their own version of Hotline Miami. This would probably be its end product.
GardeD0g Jan 3 @ 8:45am 
JohnCamara  [author] Jan 3 @ 12:11am 
Hopefully you guys won't have to wait too long this new year :) Even though i've played hours of alpha builds, i too am excited for the final game.
GardeD0g Jan 2 @ 2:23pm 
I'm so hyped about this game
Oxcyde Dec 29, 2016 @ 10:39pm 
Showing some support here! I really can't wait for this game to be released on Steam ever since I got to play it at ESGS. I'm part of Sirus Gaming but we won't ask for a free copy - we'll buy one from you! I'll even buy one for this account of mine! Hopefully we'll get it sooner!
JohnCamara  [author] Dec 27, 2016 @ 5:58pm 
(Continued @NeckbeardHitler) If it was released on steam, it would be identical to the versions already available on the mobile app stores and the free version on Kongregate. I hope there is some understanding here.

Here are links available to play Solarmax

Free on Kongregate:

iOS App Store:

Google Play Store:
(There are also pirated versions of the game available online through apks for android if the game is blocked in your country.)
JohnCamara  [author] Dec 27, 2016 @ 5:57pm 
@NeckbeardHitler, Solarmax 2 was finished and released 2 years ago and is available to play on the iOS app store, Google Play Store, and for free on Kongregate. It was always meant to be a mobile game and from what i remember from Nico, He placed it on greenlight so people could at least know it exists. He didn't expect it to get greenlit at all since it was a mobile game. We don't own the IP and rights anymore for Solarmax. It was sold to a company. Nico has a family to feed and take care of. We needed the money to make this game Lithium City. This game WILL be finished and WILL to come out on steam. If it doesn't Nico will literally be in trouble. If you are looking for a steam version of Solarmax, i'm afraid we don't have the permission for that anymore. We did hand over the greenlight details to the new company so it will be entirely up to them if they would want to release it on steam or make any changes.
JohnCamara  [author] Nov 23, 2016 @ 4:24pm 
@Tiny Tuxel, I asked Nico about Linux and he says that we'll have to wait until the game is released on PC and Mac first. He absolutely wants everyone to be able to play the game. We just don't have the resources to be able to build the game from the ground up for Linux and it's not a simple port with the Adobe air engine he's using. If the game does well, we have plans to get it on Linux, PlayStation, and Xbox. But yeah, for now, we can't afford it :( So we're absolutely focusing on the PC and Mac versions first. I'm not familiar with Linux but I know there's is a program called "Wine" or something like that that lets you play windows games on Linux. It's not an official port but I think it works? I hope you understand our situation and we thank you for the interest to ask. Salamat :)
^c7^wDedSecPony.exe Nov 21, 2016 @ 2:56am 
:D saw this game on ESGS 2016 (and my friend played it multiple times XD) and honestly, this is really visually appealing and i can't wait for the release! ;)