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Nienix - multiplayer space action RPG

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Hello!

I have been working on a game called Nienix since 2014 that is ready for (early) alpha testing. I would be happy if you have time to test it out! It is available for download from my website (URL below).

Thanks for your time!

/Hannes

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Title
Nienix

Game URL
http://www.holmcom.com

Story
The galaxy is in conflict. It is believed that the fabled artifact Nienix could dictate the outcome of the war. You, a veteran pilot of the tenth great war, do not care about this conflict. You have your own reasons for searching the galaxy for the Nienix. The useful-yet-annoying experimental artificial intelligence BAD-301 guides you on this epic quest.

Gameplay
Nienix is a multiplayer space action RPG in with tight controls, advanced level- and loot systems, dungeons, bosses, biomes and events. Think of games like Diablo but with more emphasis on positioning and controls!

System Requirements
The current build runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. On Windows platforms, Microsoft .NET 4.6 or later is required; on Linux and Mac OS platforms, Mono is required (http://www.mono-project.com/).

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