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24 July 2014

Teleglitch continues the horror with Die More Edition update

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Top-down roguelike shooter Teleglitch continues its terrifying tales with new, exciting updates in this expanded download.

Teleglitch, the terrifying top-down shooter rolled out by Paradox Interactive and T3P, has been expanded with more scares and all-new levels to blast your way through. Teleglitch: Die More Edition updates the original game with an updated, longer story and new weapons to use in your quest for survival - and you’ll need them, because it also features updated enemy AI and enemy patrols that roam the levels, ensuring that both new players and Teleglitch veterans alike can dip into a new experience.



In this futuristic pixel-graphic horror number, players are thrust into the role of military scientist on a tiny uninhabitable planet that houses a research facility that specializes in reactivating necrotic tissue. You awaken to find that you are the only survivor - your fellow scientists have been killed and reanimated as your enemies, leaving you a lone wolf at war with the very people you used to work alongside. Your job is to survive, by any means necessary.

Featuring an immersive, developed audio system complete with sound cues, players are thrust into the environment with a selection of weaponry that they must use to their advantage, and each will be useful in different scenarios, reminiscent of Doom. Players must strategize using limited inventory space and crafting mechanics to ensure their survival - neglecting to bring along a crucial weapon type can be the end of you. No worries, though: levels are randomly generated with each new game, which means gamers have the ability to play through again and again with no worries of things becoming stale.

The Die More Edition update brings players an expanded universe with more levels and more story - as you blast your way through the winding corridors of the research facility, you’ll find computer terminals that allow you to unravel the threads of the story and rich, immersive world. Steam Achievements, new to this update, give you the ability to track your progress as you fight to stay alive in the new branching level format - and all players who have purchased the original Teleglitch will receive a code via email granting them access to the update.

Check out the trailer below for Teleglitch: Die More Edition, and let us know what you think!

Last modified on Monday, 29 July 2013 15:30

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