Indie game development outfit Blazing Badger have announced their debut title AIPD. It’s a top-down co-op twin-stick shooter with a visual identity that is an homage to the 80s’ neon art styles, pioneered by games like Minestorm on the Vectrex console system or feature films like Tron. Blazing Badger aims for a unique gameplay experience, enabling the player to design their preferred game modes out of 100,000 possible combinations.
Visitors of the GDC in San Francisco next week can play a prototype already as AIPD is showed at the Unreal Engine Booth.
The game is set for a release on PS4, Steam and Xbox One in May 2015.
- Design your own game modes out of 100,000 potential combinations
- Adjust your ship’s equipment to your custom built challenges
- Team up with friends for local coop play
- Compete in online leaderboards
- Participate in limited time challenges, where the game mode is randomized every week
- Timeless 80s neon art style brought to the next generation, powered by Unreal Engine 4
- Soon available on PC and new gen consoles