Indie videogame developer, The Domaginarium, announces the immediate availability of its first title, SteroidS, an arcade-style videogame defined as “pure adulterated fun.” SteroidS puts you in control of a scientist in charge of stopping a swarm of “crazy thugs” using his steroids gun. He must shoot the “crazy thugs” until they are out, but before that happens, they gain a boost of speed after every shot, making your task more difficult.
Combining addictive gameplay and a dark sense of humor, SteroidS features six different score-based game modes, and includes a total of 6 play arenas. The game also includes special random enemies that are fun to watch and defeat.
Powered by Unreal Technology, SteroidS falls into a genre different from current Unreal Engine powered videogames, demonstrating the versatility of Epic’s technology, as it can be used to develop any kind of project, from the simplest arcade-style video game, to the largest AAA title.
SteroidS was developed by indie videogame developer, The Domaginarium, and is available for Microsoft Windows® starting today at $2.99. The Domaginarium is also developing a third-person adventure/shooter hybrid, titled Parasite, also using Epic’s UDK.
For more information, and to buy SteroidS, visit www.thedomaginarium.com/steroids.html.. For more information about The Domaginarium and current projects, visit www.thedomaginarium.com or www.facebook.com/TheDomaginarium
About The Domaginarium: Headquartered in El Salvador, The Domaginarium is an indie video game developer founded in January of 2011. Aside from developing their just released title, SteroidS, The Domaginarium is working on a third-person adventure/shooter videogame, Parasite. More information about The Domaginarium can be found on the company’s website,