Posts Tagged ‘Hellion’

Hellion Wants You To Die In Cold Space Next Year

Look at that space corridor. That is a nice space corridor. It’s from Hellion [official site], a sci-fi survival game that is set among the derelict stations and rusting ships of a distant solar system, rather than the alien-infested surfaces of strange new worlds. You and your spacesuited friends will have to find asteroids to mine, salvage the innards from dead stations, and clip abandoned modules onto your home station or starship in order to survive. I’m telling you about it because it is due to float into early access in January 2017, the developers have announced. That, and I like a good space corridor. Read the rest of this entry »

Third-Person Rail Shooter Roguelike: Hellion

this is a turn-based game

I’ve been casting my net into the 7 Day Roguelike pool again. No fish this time, but I did catch a turn-based third-person rail shooter. I’ve played turn-based chariot racing games, (sort of) turn-based first-person shooters and turn-based R-Type, but I think this is the first turn-based third-person rail shooter I’ve ever seen. Imagine Space Harrier as a roguelike and then imagine Afterburner as a roguelike. Now squish them together and you’ll be left with a glorious concoction that’s bristling with spaceplanes, weird aliens and lasers. It probably looks quite a bit like Hellion.

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