Indie developer Spiral has recently announced it's 2nd game, 'ORION: Dino Beatdown - Jurassic Edition'. Share this because it's awesome and it has Dinosaurs, Jetpacks, Mechs and Ninjas.
Game Name: 'ORION: Dino Beatdown: Jurassic EditionPlatform(s): Steam, TBAPrice: TBARelease Date: Q1 2013
THE JUICY STUFF:
Sequel to the first game, 'ORION: Dino Beatdown'. Will be more expensive.You can still buy the original on Steam for $9.99 and upgrade FREE upon release.Owners of the original receive this game FREE - our digital love letter & apology.Multiplayer Beta starting soon.Cooperative gameplay against Dinosaurs with up to 5 players.4 additional game modes not yet revealed (being announced soon).More than tripled the games content.
The sequel to the adrenaline packed, class-based Dinosaur shooter is here. 'ORION: Dino Beatdown - JURASSIC EDITION' triples the games content and revamps or rebuilds every mechanic and system from the original game including Netcode & Connectivity, Artificial Intelligence, New User Interface, New Animations and utilizes a brand new Graphics Engine that beefs up the graphics and evolves the gameplay to new heights.
'ORION: Dino Beatdown - JURASSIC EDITION' puts you and your friends together in crazy game modes and expansiveness environments in which you must work or compete against one another to accomplish objectives and survive the devastating Dinosaur Horde.
50+ Weapons & Gear (20+ new)5 New Game Modes6 Vehicles9 Dinosaurs7 LevelsLobbies, Matchmaking, Server Browser100 Steam AchievementsSpiral Store (Premium Content - Hats, Taunts, Char Packs)30+ Augmentations (Mutators)
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