Indie Game Released

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  1. Matheus

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    Hey guys,

    I'm new to forum and want to bring you my game I launched few days ago on Steam:

    Name: Cold Cable: Lifeshift

    Description: Take role as a survivor in COLD CABLE: LIFESHIFT, a 3D First Person action-puzzle game, with survival elements, where you have to gather supplies, control radiation level and shoot monsters on your way to reach the next level. If you want to play this game, get ready for the chaos.



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    Please guys let me know what do you think about it.

    Best Regards,

    Mat
     
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    Is it made with GameGuru?
     
  3. Matheus

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    Yes, that's the engine.
     
  4. and249

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    The screenshots look sick, man!!
     
  5. Matheus

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    Thanks for your feedback :)
     
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    It's aight
     

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