First-person platformer Deadcore is a sci-fi speedrun

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First-person platformer Deadcore is a sci-fi speedrun
First-person platformer Deadcore is now available on PC, Mac and Linux. Developed by the five-person French studio 5 Bits Games, the game costs $10 on Steam and Desura. Set in a mysterious sci-fi world, Deadcore has players climbing to the top of a labyrinthine tower, shooting at mechanical enemies and triggers in the twisted tower's security system to open new pathways.

Deadcore features a Speedrun mode with online leaderboards, allowing players to challenge their friends' best times in the fast-paced levels. Bandai Namco handled the distribution of the independent platformer, as announced back in April. Head past the break to check out the game's launch trailer, which shows off Deadcore's jumping abilities.
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The independent studio 5 Bits Games and the leading video game publisher and developer BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe S.A.S. today announced the launch of DeadCore, available now for download on PC, Mac and Linux. Watch out the latest trailer of the game and make your way up to the top in the DeadCore universe!

Discover DeadCore, a Platformer-FPS set in a mysterious futuristic world combining exploration, puzzle and speedrun tactics. After an endless fall through powerful magnetic storms... you awaken. Your memory erased, you start exploring the world around you. Someone or something is pushing you higher and higher. Suddenly, you spot the most gigantic Tower emerging from the mists. You soon understand that to get the answers to your questions... you have to climb its summit. Use your skills and your SwitchGun to survive the security system of the Tower in staggering levels and labyrinths. Will you be able to reveal the secrets that lie beneath this fog-ridden world?

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