Desolate City: The Bloody Dawn Enhanced Edition
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Desolate City: Linux binaries [8.07 M]
StoryIt seemed to be a normal day at Gray Bay. While law student Lisa was doing her part-time job in a pizzeria, a secret experimental project had made great progress in a research facility on the other side of the city, but later it was not proceeding as the researchers were expecting... After an accident at the research facility, a journalist, Max, was assigned to cover the news. However, everyone, including him, had no idea that the accident had leaked a virus, which was going to turn everyone in the city into an uncontrollable maniac...
- Experience a new survival-horror story.
- Completely original pixel art, illustrations, and more.
- Original soundtracks composed by Patrick de Arteaga.
- Fight against regular enemies, special enemies, and different bosses.
- Explore all the scenes and find more hidden elements!
Enhanced EditionCompared to the version that was previously released, Desolate City: The Bloody Dawn Enhanced Edition improves the ARPG experience, fixes bugs reported by the community, and also adds more features, such as the new map system, difficulty levels, multi-language, and overall quality improvement. With the support of Steamworks, we are also able to enhance the user experience with features like achievements, multi-platform support, cloud-storage service, and controller support.
|Desolate City: The Bloody Dawn Enhanced Edition Trailer|
|OS:||Ubuntu 12.04 or higher (or similar) / SteamOS (64 bit)|
| PROCESSOR:||1.0 GHz|
|MEMORY:||256 MB RAM|
|GRAPHICS:||1024x768 or higher resolution|
|HARDDRIVE:||200 MB available space|
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