Factsheet

Developer:
Tribute Games Inc.
Based in Montreal, Canada

Release date:
2021

Platforms:
PC (Steam)

Website:
http://www.steelassault.com

Regular Price:

TBD

Description

Game developed by Zenovia and published by Tribute Games.

History

Punch, whip, and zipline your way through a post-apocalyptic America in this 16-bit retro-style action platformer! Play as Taro Takahashi, a resistance soldier on a revenge mission against the dictator who lords over the ashes.

Features

  • Fast-paced 2D platforming: Dynamic, fluid sidescrolling combat with a stylish moveset and tons of enemies / bosses to fight
  • Unique zipline action: A new twist on classic grappling-hook mechanics, opening up fun movement possibilities
  • Classic gaming experience: Beautifully hand-crafted stage-based action, with optimal screen resolution for CRT gaming
  • 16-bit post-apoc style: A beautifully fleshed-out sci-fi world, rendered in detailed pixel art and backed by fiery FM-synthesized tunes

Videos

Steel Assault Gameplay Trailer YouTube


Images

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About Tribute Games Inc.

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We're a game studio located in Montréal making entertaining games with a focus on pixel art and classic game design (sometimes with a modern twist). We are tremendously passionate about our work and our inspirations are mostly games from the 8-bit and 16-bit era. Why? Because these are the games we love and still play today. We've more recently started to help smaller developers publishing their game. Titles published by Tribute include Steel Assault.

More information
More information on Tribute Games Inc., our logo & relevant media are available here.


Steel Assault Credits

Tribute Games
Publisher

Zenovia Interactive
Developer

Sri Kankanahalli
Game Designer


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