Pilots of Darsalon is a Pixel Art Action-Adventure Available on Steam

Pilots of Darsalon

Dr Kucho Games has announced their pixel art shooting action-adventure title Pilots of Darsalon is available on Steam right now for PC players. This comes after the successful free-to-play Ghosts’n DJs title inspired by the classic arcade hit Ghosts’n Goblins.

The game was released just a couple of days ago on Steam and is only available for PC at the moment. Check out the trailer below:

In Pilots of Darsalon, your job is to locate and transport containers using a hook to your base avoiding enemies on your way. Pilots Of Darsalon is a physics-based arcade game, inspired on the very early classics such as “Gravitar”, “Thrust”, “Lunar lander” and “Solar Jetman” for the Nintendo Entertainment System, but with a strong Commodore 64 feel on it. Some people would say it’s a hybrid between c64 and Amiga

[The game is a]great adventure you are going to embark taking control of one of the most sophisticated space ship the engineers of planet Darsalon have ever created, and facing the enemy defense turrets provided with artificial intelligence that protect the containers filled up with “tidirium” the most expensive and explosive substance in the known universe.

Dr Kucho Games also confirms that Pilots of Darsalon will also have the long-awaited and awarded follow-up game titled Moons of Darsalon by the end of 2020.

Here are the key features of the game:

  • Physics based ship control.
  • 5 difficulty modes to fit any kind of gamer skills.
  • 15 stages of increasing difficulty.
  • In-Game gif maker.
  • Online world leader board.
  • CRT filter for authentic retro look.
  • C64 color palette.
  • 8 bit music based on C64’s SID chip.
  • 8 bit sound FX’s.
  • Unique pixel-art render pipeline that consistently combines dynamic lightning, 2D sprites and 3D models.

What do you think of Pilots of Darsalaon which is available on Steam right now? Post your comments below.

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An ardent lover for first-person shooter games, Salik has been part of GamesHedge all through its journey. His love for competitive gaming started with Counter-Strike and Call of Duty, and now can be seen lurking in Valorant and Rainbow Six: Siege.

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