Do you have what it takes to survive the relentless wrath of the Progeny? Upgrade, unlock, activate and survive.


"War does not determine who is right - only who is left" -- Bertrand Russell


Do you have what it takes to survive the relentless wrath of the Progeny? Discover, upgrade, unlock, activate and survive.

Set in a far fetched future, you play as a Reinforced Intergalactic Livalink Trooper (RILT), a special operations organisation involved in the Livalink project. Years of exploration and research have discovered what was once, and wished was still unknown. The discovery of a new race known as 'the Progeny' proved violent and reckless, retracing the breadcrumbs of our ventured exploitations back home.

Fight against increasignly difficult waves of Progeny attackers. Experience a variety of unique weaponry, upgrades and combinations that will result in a different gameing experiance eachtime you play.

Livalink features a variety of unique weaponry and upgrades. Earn credits by collecting kills, bonuses, levels and achievements. These credits will become your best friends, choose wisely how you spend them. Each action in Livalink has a consequence, by spending your hard earned credits on unlocking doors will also activate attached spawn points, making the game increasingly difficulty, however you will discover new equipment and weapons as well a mysterious chest that will thrive on your gambling addiction.

Content will frequently be added including maps, weapons, upgrades and even new Progeny ai. If you wish to support Livalink's development simply check out Livalink on Desura or Steam and share the information around!


Features:

  • Frequent FREE updates and downloadable content.
  • Extremely optimised performance that could probably run on your calculator.
  • Dozens of unique weaponry and upgrades from exploding shotguns to disintegrating lasers.
  • Unique variety of enemy Progeny Ai from suicide bombers to electrocuting giants.
  • Unlockable areas, weapons, levels, and more.
  • Custom soundtracks - composition by Jerel Northern.
  • Hidden in-game easter eggs.
  • Local high-score leaderboards.
  • Five individual difficulty settings and much, much more.

Livalink



LIVALINK
IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DESURA

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2 comments by BenMassey on Dec 12th, 2013



Update 1.0.6

Update 1.0.6 is now available with a bunch of improvements and additions, check the change log for details.

Changelog

ADDED
  • Added aim assist
  • Added FOV slider
  • Added Damage particle indicators
  • Added 'Last enemies' waypoints
  • Added Input configuration with controller support
  • Added Mouse smoothing
  • Added Destructible environment props
  • Added Multi-language support for Windows installer
  • Added new sniper rifle weapon type
IMPROVED
  • Improved Upgrade UI
  • Improved Main menu interface
  • Improved Loading screen visuals
  • Improved Highscore database with detailed statistics
  • Improved Player movement mechanics
  • Improved ammo balancing
  • Improved particle systems and visuals
  • Improved Image effects such as lens flare
  • Improved Quality settings configuration
  • Improved Audio transitions between waves
  • Improved Audio volume balance and effects
  • Improved Memory allocation and performance
FIXED
  • Fixed Player damage knockback breaking collision
  • Fixed Weapon shooting bug
  • Fixed Grenade collisions

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johnsclander
johnsclander Feb 3 2013, 4:22am says:

The game looks fantastic.

Does it have gamepad (xbox) support? Thank you.

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BenMassey Creator
BenMassey Feb 3 2013, 4:47am replied:

Thanks!
Originally it did but i was unhappy with the way it interacted with the menu's and upgrading interface. In saying that you might be able to calibrate it yourself in the startup configuration. I will include the xbox controller support eventually though, possibly in the next update.
Currently I'm uploading 1.0.1 which features a few improvements and additional features, thanks for the comment.

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quillsaga
quillsaga Feb 3 2013, 10:11pm replied:

Can't wait for it, this game looks like it'd be awesome with a controller (haven't bought yet but tracking and probably will soon!) :D

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liamdawe
liamdawe Feb 4 2013, 7:46am replied:

I think with the pace of the game mouse and keyboard works better but that's just me :)

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quillsaga
quillsaga Feb 4 2013, 10:51am replied:

Yeah actually I wouldn't mind using k&m if it doesn't work with my xbox 360 controller... looks fun either way :D

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Noah_W
Noah_W Feb 2 2013, 10:57pm says:

Any plans on multiplayer in the near future?

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BenMassey Creator
BenMassey Feb 2 2013, 11:15pm replied:

Id love to work on cooperative gameplay but the project needs support. At the moment it would not be worth the investment.

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hamishwilson
hamishwilson Feb 2 2013, 2:05pm says:

Seems a bit like Shadowgrounds Survivor as an FPS at the moment. Which is still cool.

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liamdawe
liamdawe Feb 2 2013, 1:45pm says:

I added a short gameplay preview to Hamish's article here Gamingonlinux.com it shows room unlocking as someone requested it to be shown on reddit.

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liamdawe
liamdawe Feb 2 2013, 11:35am says:

So now it's on all 3 platforms, what's coming up next for the game? Would be good to see more maps, more varied enemies too and some form of multiplayer.

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KDR_11k
KDR_11k Feb 2 2013, 10:46am says:

The emphasis seems to be too much on headshots with enemies dying almost instantly when shot in the head and taking loads of bullets otherwise. I'm really not liking that balance, headshots are easy enough but they're boring. Also the hit detection on the head seems inconsistent, sometimes enemies die in one shot, sometimes they take many more.

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Tody
Tody Feb 2 2013, 11:34am replied:

Having played the game myself, know that enemies get stronger the longer you play :) It's not inconsistent, it's that in the beginning they drop in only 3 or 4 shots, but later on it becomes more difficult and you need to buy stronger weaponry. It's scaling upwards.

That said, I can agree that the focus on headshots is a bit much :)

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KDR_11k
KDR_11k Feb 2 2013, 3:34pm replied:

I know they scale with the wave but it seemed inconsistent within a wave. Looking closer it just seems like the weapons are rather inaccurate so headshots are about luck.

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BenMassey Creator
BenMassey Feb 2 2013, 4:27pm replied:

I understand what you're saying to some degree, i've changed a few things which seemed to help such as the hit box's scale and behaviours the ai can take to hide their head from a shot. I guess i was to hungry for moar blood!

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Highest Rated (8 agree) 10/10

This game is awesome, reminds me of the good old times I had when playing horde on gears of war for the first time... plain awesome!

Feb 1 2013, 5:32pm by sheaffy

Lowest Rated (6 agree) 4/10

At first glance Livalink appears to be a generic shooter. But upon playing its 2 selectable levels, you see how little variety the game has to offer. The level design consists of a few dull, short, near identical hallways, and a few tiny, uninteresting rooms. The enemies that I saw were basically the same visually, with only differences being in height, width, and hue. Weapons were limited.

Overall the game was dull and repetitive.

Feb 27 2013, 2:42am by omegathirteen

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