A 16-bit Metroidvania with Tower-Defense inspired combat set in a world where ancient technology is wielded like magic.

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Now on Kickstarter! Aegis is a 2D, exploration-focused puzzle platformer with tower defense inspired combat. By utilizing multiple characters who have special abilities, players combine powers in a fast-paced, mastery focused environment to overcome the challenges that stand between them and Aegis.

Posted by GUTSDepartment on Jul 30th, 2014


We have just launched on Kickstarter! The game has been more than a year in development and we have just launched with a great trailer with music and sound from Power Up Audio!

HUMANITY HAS BEEN BROUGHT BACK INTO THE DARK AGES, BUT REMNANTS OF A ONCE HIGHLY ADVANCED CIVILIZATION STILL EXIST.

In a world where control over ancient technologies means power, a ruthless Empire has arisen. You play as a pair of Ruinhunters searching for the one thing that can save their village - a legendary weapon known as Aegis.








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onebitpunch
onebitpunch Jul 30 2014, 11:04pm says:

Voted YES on Greenlight!

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Joel_Walter_Newman
Joel_Walter_Newman Jul 31 2014, 9:04am says:

This game looks amazing. I know it will get funded and the greenlight!

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