Factsheet

Developer:
Norbert Érsek
Based in Hamburg, Germany

Release date:
07 May, 2021

Platforms:
PC / Steam

Website:
https://norbert.gg/bullets-squared

Regular Price:

USD$0.00
EUR€0.00

Description

Bullets Squared is a free, challenging minimalistic rhythm shooter, with colorful graphics, made up of 99% squares.

History

Bullets Squared came to be as a side project to a "main" side project I was working on, after getting burnt out on it. It was meant as a quick distraction. It's a small game with simple mechanics, it was made for fun in a couple months. That's also why I made it available for free.

Features

  • Unique levels with increasing difficulty
  • Endless game mode on every level for extra challenge
  • Compare high scores with Steam leaderboards
  • Three difficulty settings, with increasing risk and reward
  • Music by Andrew Sitkov and Kevin MacLeod
  • Possibility of custom, user-created levels
  • Steam Achievements

Videos

Gameplay Teaser YouTube


Images

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Monetization Permission

Norbert Érsek allows for the contents of Bullets Squared to be published through video broadcasting services for any commercial or non-commercial purposes. Monetization of videos created containing assets from Bullets Squared is legally & explicitly allowed by Norbert Érsek. This permission can be found in writing at http://norbert.gg/press/sheet.php?p=Bullets_Squared.



About Norbert Érsek

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Software developer by day, indie game developer by night.

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Bullets Squared Credits

Norbert Érsek
Game Design, Development

Andrew Sitkov
Music

Kevin MacLeod
Music


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