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Eternum
 
 
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Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Feb 2 @ 9:24am
Feb 15 @ 10:33pm
Description
Release date: TBC 2017
Eternum is a platformer videogame with the look and feel of the '80s arcade cabinet games. Titles that have inspired and most influenced its creation are: Bomb Jack (Tehkan, 1984), Ghosts' n Goblins (Capcom, 1985), Baluba -louk no Densetsu (Able, 1986) and Psychic 5 (Jaleco, 1987).

Features:

- Awesome gameplay (may cause addiction).
- Memorable soundtrack ( www.thewardenclyffe.com )
- Retro, arcade and platform 100%
- 16-bit aesthetics
- Plenty of different enemies
- 25 Levels
- Special levels with final bosses
- Secrets bonus on each level

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67 Comments
IMGO Feb 15 @ 12:15pm 
voted!
Duck Hunt-Pr0 Feb 15 @ 8:04am 
Aye
viTK Feb 15 @ 2:54am 
oldschool
MorfeusVLZ Feb 12 @ 5:26am 
I say.... Yes!
Kickoff Feb 10 @ 4:13am 
I really like the 80´s old arcade games like Ghosts’n Goblins or similar. I would like to buy this game.
Beautiful pixel art and awesome retro gameplay <3

We are running the Game Development World Championship and would like to see you participate. It's good for your visibility and won't cost you a penny.

You can check it out at www.thegdwc.com .

Good luck with the development!
redrum Feb 6 @ 7:21pm 
Looks amazing, can't wait for it!
apprentix Feb 6 @ 4:19am 
I enjoy arcade games and Linux so I would buy this. Let the guys at https://www.gamingonlinux.com/ know about your game. Someone at Devianart could design a nice poster for the game.
Edge Feb 5 @ 8:35am 
I love the arcade games and the art and mechanics of this one looks pretty awesome!
Artsicle Feb 5 @ 6:40am 
Who said absolutely addictive? Your mom? Ok whatever it looks like you actually spent effort so I upvote.

But don't make it early access.
"You should have to pay testers to test, not the other way around. (Early Acess)"