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Post by Eorl @ 03:41pm 04/03/14 | 0 Comments
Independent studio Valmbeer, developer of Ridiculous Fishing and Nuclear Throne, has announced a March 18th release date for its upcoming arcade shooter, Luftrausers.

“OH DEAR GOD FINALLY YES,” said Rami Ismail, 50% of developer Vlambeer.

Published by Devolver Digital, Luftrausers is an adaptation of the developer's original Luftrauser flash game in which you control a small plane and try to shoot enemy ships and other planes. Luftrausers sees an expansion on that with over 125 combinations of weapons, bodies, and propulsion systems on offer. Players will take to the skies to battle enemy fighter planes, battleships, submarines, and rival aces for glory, honour, and high scores.

The game will be available for PC, Mac and Linux on Steam or the Humble Bundle, and the PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Vita. Those wanting to get some practice in beforehand can find a short demo available on the official website.

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