Indie game publisher Versus Evil showed off is latest upcoming games to Trevor Sheridan at GDC in San Francisco recently. These new titles include Antihero, a game we wrote about during the expo, along with a few other awesome-looking debuts. Let’s see what’s in store for us from this indie game publisher.
Defend Yourself Against an Onslaught of Baddies
In Let Them Come, a survival shooter, you have to defend a fixed point against waves of oncoming enemies. You drag your finger to aim your machine gun, trying to take out all of the creepy crawlies before they reach you. You’ll also get secondary weapons like grenades, and combo moves you can unlock. The single-player story mode is wave-based, allowing you to start back at the wave that killed you rather than making you start all over again. There will also be a daily and weekly challenges, along with an endless mode. Let Them Come is already available on PC through Steam, and is coming soon for iOS.
Stop Those Pesky Heroes From Stealing Your Loot
In Like a Boss, we see a fresh perspective on the traditional MMORPG. Play as the villain, taking out waves of heroes. You get to pick your type and class of villain, then it’s off to the map of the single-player campaign. There are numerous heroes around you, and your job is to defeat them all. You simply tap to move, and then tap on the good guys you want to attack. You have four special moves with cool-down periods, so check out all of them as you try to turn the tide. Like a Boss will be free to play, with a lengthy campaign and in-app purchases for upgrades. This one is due out sometime early in 2017, according to the developers.
Versus Evil Partnering With Stoic Games Partnering on Banner Saga
Banner Saga 3 is in full development to complete the trilogy. The game will launch on Steam first, and then will be ported to iOS a few months later. Stoic days that iOS counts for about 10 percent of its revenue, and the game was originally planned for tablets. Banner Saga 3 continues the story and style without reinventing the wheel. Stoic has found an interesting tale in the downloads of its games. The second installment gave a substantial boost to the first game, and Stoic hours the same thing happens with Banner Saga 3, as people discover the starting point for the first time.
Be sure to get an early start on the first two Banner Saga titles