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- Your health and ammo are the same resource. Every shot you take depletes your energy.
- Collective movement that encourages cooperative play.
- Identical views shared by each of the two to four players whether local or networked multiplayer.
- Several different enemy types.
- A variety of characters to play as and power ups to chose from.
- Infinite replayability with use of procedurally generated levels.
- Competitive online leaderboards and stats.
- Developed in the Unity engine for PC (Windows), Mac, and Linux.
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