Irish Indie developer BatCat Games
has released its twin-stick PC shooter, P-3 Biotic on IndieCity
for €2.99 or $3.99. The game challenges players with protecting a Nucleus at the center of the dish using the weaponry found onboard the MK4s nano-ship. Players can collect energy dropped by enemies in order to keep the Nucleus healthy across 12 levels and 2 boss fights, or can use it to charge weapons to unleash a devastating blow to onrushing swarms of bacteria.
P-3 Biotic is a revamp of P-3
, which was released on the Xbox Live Indie Games Marketplace
at the beginning of the year. Global leaderboards and achievements have been included in the PC version are along with “about 1000% more particles”. Simon O’Connor was on hand to contribute new songs to the game, and a range of new sound effects have also been included. Naturally, the front-end system has been replaced to support the unique aspects of PC gaming with a range of options including remappable input, resolution selection, and graphics options for lower end machines.
A launch trailer has also been released to give you an idea what the game is all about and to prepare your visual senses for the spectacle of exploding particles. P-3 Biotic is now available on IndieCity for €2.99 or $3.99, and the team is hoping to launch the game on Steam in the coming weeks.
BatCat Games is currently working on a Samurai runner game set in a fantasy version of feudal Japan. More information regarding the team can be found on the official BatCat Games website
. The team can also be followed on Twitter