Factsheet

Developer:
Implosive Games
Based in Santiago, Chile

Release date:
TBD

Platforms:
PC / Mac
Steam(Not yet)

Website:
bg.implosivegames.com

Regular Price:

N/AN/A

Description

Baron Galaxy is a fast 2D shooter that puts the player at the edge with skillful playing and a high replayability value. It’s a sci-fi game inspired by classics like Metal Slug, Gunstar Heroes and Contra that features procedurally generated levels that keep the game always fresh and surprising, 3 player co-op that encourages team play and a deep player progression system that makes the game highly replayable.

History

Baron it’s a mediocre mercenary in the Intergalactic Mercenaries Space Agency (IMSA), but he always dreamed of being a legendary mercenary among the stars. Baron has a lot of friends in the IMSA, but the most important of them it’s Colt P., a robot that rebelled against his masters because of sentience; he now roams the universe like it’s the wild west, but he trusts Baron because he is warm hearted (and it’s not opaqued by his incompetent behaviour). They both roam the galaxy and bounty hunt for the IMSA (Intergalactic Mercenaries Agency). The universe it's at war with the Gokhans. An aggressive Alien race who plans to take over most of the Universe one star at the time. The Gokhans it’s a vast empire that has no allies but a lot of power.(Mainly because their quick reproduction and development to adult stage). They are also very advanced because of their ruler who it’s identity is not known but it apparently acts as a hive mind and it’s the mastermind behind all the Gokhans expansion across the universe. The Mercenaries Agency doesn’t care about politics but as everyone else they are also at war with the Gokhans, so they often incur on missions of sabotage and destroy of the Gokhans assets to ensure that the universe is free for everyone. Baron as a member of the agency is sent to various task, but as his incompetence it's well know he is sent to minor or isolated task around the universe. On one of this missions Baron uncovers the Alien’s master plan on an isolated planet that could put the universe in entire danger. Once he uncovers the truth he barely escapes from death on the planet and returns the agency HQ empty handed. As expected, nobody believes him so it’s up to Baron and his friends to uncover the Gokhans plans, stop them and save the universe.

Features

  • A Difficulty Multiplier, this one is the core as the player gambles in each mission to test his abilities and bounty gain
  • Detailed 16 bit era styled graphics
  • Procedural levels that keep the game fresh and replayable
  • Powerup Combination that will let the player combine powerups for different weapons and effects
  • Weapon Upgrades and Player Progression that will let the player upgrade his character and weapons

Videos

Baron Galaxy Greenlight Trailer YouTube

Baron Galaxy Demo Trailer YouTube


Images

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Awards & Recognition

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About Implosive Games

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We are a small Indie Video Game development Studio based on Santiago/Chile.

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Baron Galaxy Credits

Diego Benitez
Business & Development, Implosive Games

Freddy Perez
Artist, Implosive Games

Juan Valdes
Programmer, Implosive Games

Jake "The Voice" Parr
Voice Actor, Freelancer


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