Publisher Thunderful and developer Digital Kingdom have announced the release of their latest dodge ‘em up title Swordship on PC via Epic Games Store and GOG. After its initial debut, Thunderful is now bringing the game to two additional PC storefronts so that even more players can try out this amazing title that is bringing a unique twist to a pretty well-known concept. While Swordship is a shoot ‘em up but there is no shooting involved in the game and instead, you will be dodging everything that is shooting at you. So instead, Swordship is a dodge ‘em up.
Check out the latest trailer for Swordship below to see what we are talking about:
Swordship is a slick action game where you will be turning enemy fire to your advantage. The game is set in an unforgiving post-apocalyptic world where the consequences of global warming have forced the vast majority of humanity to take refuge in three gigantic underwater cities. The megacities exchange millions of containers loaded with goods every day but those outside these cities have to scrape what they can find in order to survive. You step into the game as one of the small number of inhabitants prepared to steal those precious containers to deliver vital supplies to those that have been banished to the outside.
As you progress in the game, you will unlock a number of Swordship types and each one will offer its own unique active power. Using different Swordships will give you the opportunity to experiment with a variety of approaches to overcome challenging and dangerous levels. Apart from this, you can play in two different ways, one where you risk it all and bank stolen containers for massive high-score boosts, or play it safe in exchange for passive upgrades and extra lives.
With two additional digital storefronts added to the list, Swordship is now available on PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG.com. Apart from PC, the game is also available on PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. You can grab a discount on the new storefronts for two more days.
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