Indie studio Invoker has revealed Ironkraft - Road to Hell, an action-packed 2.5D platformer set in an alternative WWII world that involves Nazis, Zombies and Aliens where you control a crafted Mad Max-like vehicle. It's on Steam Greenlight and is expected to release later this year. Check how it looks with two trailers and screens inside.
Ironkraft - Road to Hell Announced
An action-packed car-brawler to arrive to PC this year!
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - July 31, 2015 - Indie video game developer Invoker Studios today announced their first project Ironkraft - Road to Hell, a fast paced 2,5D side-scrolling car-brawler for PC. The game is now in the Steam Greenlight process and promises to bring all fans an intense driving and shooting action, a crazy story, highly customizable cars - yes, that's right you can 'pimp your ride', secret places to find - or to miss - and tons of easter eggs. Everybody likes easter eggs! And weapons. Stuff that kills! You know, WEAPONS!
So get ready for a mad ride and don't forget: Drive - Smash - Shoot - REPEAT!
Ironkraft - Road to Hell rolls out with an alternative World War II story - Zombies, Nazis and maximum craziness included! Oh, did we mention Aliens too? In a Mad Max-like post-apocalyptic vehicle driven universe, where people are living in isolated colonies on Earth, no one can be safe on the road. The scarce supplies of the remaining cities are transported by the so-called Roadtraders. You!
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@Loakum: Have they really, though? There's a lot of apologists, and down right ignorance out there. (10 minutes ago)