ROGUELIKE SHOOTER MONOLITH DISCOVERS WHAT LIES AFTER THE END IN NEW CONTENT UPDATE
Independent video game developer Team D-13 have announced After the End, a new and free content update for roguelike shooter Monolith, now available on Steam for Windows PC. Take flight in a top down action shooter with procedurally generated elements. Explore a large, abandoned facility in search of incredible power, fighting dangerous foes and gaining new weapons and upgrades as you progress.
After the End takes what roguelike fans are already calling a gem and introduces a ton of new features. There are hundreds of new rooms to explore, new weapon types, secrets, items, alternate playable ships, a bestiary, and much more. Not to mention Hard Mode, which brings unique (and deadly) new behaviors and attacks for all enemies and bosses.
“Monolith is a roguelike shmup hybrid in a fairly traditional setting,” said D-13 Owner and Head Programmer, Taylor Miller. “Wizards, knights, ghosts, spaceships, post apocalyptic ruins, and a giant talking cat.”
A 20% weeklong discount is available to gamers who buy the game through July 24th. Thereafter, the standard edition of Monolith will be available for $7.99/€7.99/£5.99. The game is currently available on Steam and coming soon to other digital retailers.
Monolith: Descending in the darkness of a long-abandoned facility, a lone ship searches for wealth, power and the scattered pieces of the past.
Monolith is a top down action shooter with procedurally generated elements. Explore a progression of floors as you make your way into the depths of the facility, encountering increasingly deadly enemies, fantastic weapons, upgrades, choices and revelations as you venture deeper towards a great and calamitous power.
- Smooth, gracious, fast action gameplay, tailored to feel good to play.
- 7 different types of weapons with over 40 unique modifiers and a ludicrous number of combinations.
- A number of floors with their own layouts, traps and enemies.
- Intricate and energetic chiptune soundtrack to complement the beat of the action.