Games Of Glory Showcases Three More Weapons


Paris, July 31st – French / Swedish indie studio, Lightbulb Crew, today unveils more details about the weapons gameplay mechanics available for the Clones in Games of Glory. The developer is revealing details on three weapons first, with more than 40 to be available at launch. Each weapon comes with its own specific gameplay and unique capacities that the player will have to combine correctly with the special skills of each Clone.

Here is the video for these three weapons

In the heat of battle, players can change their active weapon at any time in order to adapt their offensive strategy and turn the situation to their advantage. Switch to close combat if the Clone is out of ammunition, send a lethal shot with a sniper rifle after an escaping enemy, mark a player to reveal his location and then strike him with a grenade launcher from safe behind a wall.

These are examples of some of the situations and strategic opportunities that weapon management allows. The combination of the unique skills of a Clone, the weapon he chooses, and the team structure will give players the opportunity to develop and refine new strategies for each game. The controls are inspired by Hack’n’Slash as well as the free-aiming characteristic of shooters, and combine with the extreme mobility of the Clones to present new skills for players to master.

More than 40 weapons will be available at launch; the three weapons that Lightbulb Crew showcases in today’s video include:

The Cinetic Dual Barrel 10 (CDB10)
Extremely powerful, to the point of repelling foes several meters away, this sawed-off shotgun is the perfect ally for pushing the enemy toward traps, or even to stop the progression of a nosy player who has come too close to your base…

The LAWBringer MK I
This rocket-launcher brings some serious power to a fight, starting with its longer range and the area of effect -damages caused by the explosion of its missiles. Ideal for an ambush or a team assault, the LAWBringer MK I will seriously make a dent in both the health and the morale of its opponents.

Irisium Claws
These sharp blades possess such power and speed that they compensate for the risks taken by engaging close-combat. In addition to harming the enemy without a chance for quick regeneration, the Irisium Claws cause bleeding that deals continuous damage over time, ideal to finish off a fleeing enemy.

Expressing a true will to work with its community, Lightbulb Crew invites all players to express their reactions and comments on the official game forum.

The Kickstarter funding campaign, launched on July 22th, is available here, many more aspects of this powered-up action and team strategy oriented game.

In addition to the Kickstarter Campaign, Lightbulb Crew runs a Steam Greenlight allowing active members of the Steam community to vote for Games of Glory as an indie title they want to see showcased on the site.

Mike Hudson

Mike Hudson is a Lead Cyber Security Analyst living and working in Kingston Upon Hull. With extensive experience in Microsoft and Apple technologies, ranging from desktop OS’s to Server OS’s and hardware. By day working as part of an infrastructure team, and by night ridding the world of IT issues through blog posts..

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