Compromised is a top down shooter inspired by our love for the boss battles from our childhood like Super Metroid, but infused with contemporary graphics, sounds, and gameplay. You play as Aero, an elite military soldier struggling to protect your world from relentless invading forces. Stranded in the wastelands of Se-Da you must survive the enemy assault and destroy massive bosses. After you have completed the single player campaign, you can play with your friends in the cooperative and competitive local multiplayer modes. Compromised is action packed with huge waves of enemies and ridiculously large boss battles that will test your skills. The game features a unique art style inspired by the 16 bit era and a custom soundtrack written by experimental electronic artist Tommy Wilson. With tons of enemy types, four massive bosses featuring their own levels, an upgrade system, an intriguing story, and three multiplayer modes, there's lots to explore.
Compromised is a twin stick/bullet hell/shmup hybrid best described as a mix between Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet and Geometry Wars.
Posted by Protektor on Nov 14th, 2012
Compromised is a twin stick/bullet hell/shmup hybrid best described as a mix between Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet and Geometry Wars, inspired by our childhoods playing NES, SNES and Sega games.
Explore the world of Se-Da and struggle to return home after being cut off and isolated from everything during the BIOC invasion.
Fend off 25+ enemies with various attacks and strategies using your standard machine gun, missiles and bombs, plus 4 special attacks used by spending collected energy.
Upgrade your weapons systems and other perks.
Battle ridiculously large and awesome bosses, each boss battle is their own insane level. Every boss has multiple attack patterns that vary over time and health. The bosses have unique strategies, styles and weaknesses. As you slowly destroy bosses their shapes, strategies, attacks and defenses will change.
Buy the game The Indie Game Magazine said is "...worth every penny, truly".