Two games defines ’80s gaming: Tron and Star Wars. Yep, both based on movies, both simple yet addictive. How many times do I need to blow up the Death Star? Never enough. And I did it all without the Force, just a pocket full of change.
Dystoria brings it all back. Or tries to. It’s got the look and the simplicity and occasional epileptic-flashing motion-sickness. Take a break, get a coke, go play Pac-Man for a while. And then come back and blast away.
Here’s the trailer and more on the game below.
Tri-Coastal Games, a two man Canadian indie developer, who have been creating their vision for the action Sci-Fi, story driven, title, Dystoria for two years, are pleased to announce their game’s imminent release on Steam, on 21st February, priced at $14.99/£10.99/€14.99.
Master the Art of Six Axis piloting as you explore and navigate the universe collecting orbs and destroying enemies in a mesmeric fast paced challenge, accompanied by a soundtrack that will heighten the senses.
“Dystoria has been inspired by 80s movies and games along with titles like Tron, Descent, Star Wars, Super Mario Galaxy, and we are intent on offering an exhilarating experience, both visually and audibly. Already we are pleased to hear the media say in positive terms they can’t think of any game out there – like this!” Daryl Wilson of Tri-Coastal Games.
About Tri-Coastal Games
Based in Three Hills, Canada, Tri-Coastal Games is a studio that consists of two guys who are passionate about making fun and unique indie games. Craig Grierson and Daryl Wilson started working together in 2014 with a shared love of retro-themed sci-fi games. After prototyping a few concepts they settled on the unique axis-shifting gameplay of Dystoria as a basis for TCG’s debut title.