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Feedback Devlog #7 - Epic and toxic fight with a boss

JohnyBGooD

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Greetings,

In this devlog I want to show you how the combat with a boss will look like. You appear in a large room with a weird contraption in the middle of it. This contraption is a boss who attacks you immediately. There are several platforms around, where smaller enemies appear time by time. Also you can find some places with replenishments for health and ammo. You need to move a lot to dodge the boss's ammo and shoot the smaller enemies which chase you. And of course the main action is shooting at the boss which has a lot of health. 

The video in toxic display mode is here:

 



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On 31/03/2018 at 4:53 AM, Rutin said:

Very cool!

Yeah, that and the music is great too.  Looking forward to getting this one.

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