All The New Games And Demos Surprise-Released Today After Guerrilla Collective

These games that were announced during Day 1 of the Guerrilla Collective event all have one thing in common–they’re playable now. We’re talking fan-favorites like Slay the Spire, high-octane picks like Rigid Force: Redux, and more. We’ve also rounded up some other games that are launching in the coming days to give you something to look forward to.

Slay the Spire – iOS

This deckbuilding rogue-like has become a bit of an indie household name, and it’s finally found a new home on the Apple store for iOS devices. You can now take this game on the go with you for $9.99, and Android users can look forward to their own port soon. Ascend the Spire by fighting your way through bosses and events, armed with only your wits and your ability to pull together a killer deck.

Rigid Force: Redux – Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

Can’t look away from a good shoot-em-up? Rigid Force: Redux, from the team at Headup Games, is out now on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. It’s a side-scrolling shooter that has you pitting yourself against aliens and robots in an intergalactic war where the odds seem stacked against you.

Outbuddies DX – Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

Outbuddies DX is heavily influenced by Metroidvanias, and this PC title has now been revamped for release on the Nintendo Switch and the Xbox One. Use a variety of tools, a robotic pal, and your wits to navigate an unknown world full of uncanny foes. Try it out now if you’re a fan of retro platformers.

Ultrakill demo – PC

Self-described as an “ultraviolent retro FPS”, this is a look back at the prestige shooters of the 90s where you rampage through levels and tear your foes apart to fuel an endless hail of bullet-based destruction. It’s definitely giving us plenty of Quake vibes. There’s currently a demo available on the Steam store for you to try out, with the game’s projected release being Summer 2020.

Coming Soon

These games will be landing in the near future, so don’t curb your enthusiasm quite yet.

Colt Canyon – PC (June 16)

Colt Canyon is a Wild West 2D shooter where you play a beleaguered cowboy who has to rescue their partner. Well, when we say rescue, we mean you’re going to have to have a rooting, tooting good time shooting your way through any enemy who stands between you and your goal.

Night Call – Xbox, Nintendo Switch (June 24)

🔎Everyone’s favorite noir mystery is Coming to Xbox One & Nintendo Switch on June 24th!🔍
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Night Call is a compelling noir mystery that will arrive on Xbox and the Nintendo Switch on June 24. It’s currently out now on the PC, and lets you play as a cab driver in Paris who’s on your night shift. Whether you’re consoling a passenger, just trying to get by, or even solve a murder, there’s never a dull day on the job. Check out our review of the game here.

West of Dead – PC (June 18)

Starring the likes of Ron Perlman, West of Dead is a supernaturally-flavored twin-stick cover shooter that takes place in the Gothic town of Purgatory. This slick, stylish isometric title from Raw Fury will be out in a few days, but is currently free to play in open beta on Steam.

ScourgeBringer – Nintendo Switch (coming soon)

This is a high-octane, roguelike platformer from the team at Dear Villagers. It’s currently available on the eShop after launching on PlayStation 4, Xbox, PC and Mac earlier this year. Face off against lethal monsters in unforgiving environments as you blast, jump, and decimate your way to victory.

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