11 Bits Studios presents its new work, Tower 57. This is a shooting game in arcade style, realized in a style of 16-bit pixel art.
The Management Board of 11 bit studios SA announces that the company and Marco Pappalardo, residing in Berlin, Germany concluded an agreement on the issue of the game, Tower 57, created by Pixwerk.
Tower 57 takes place in a dystopian world, with a dieselpunk atmosphere (a similar movement like steampunk, only with a more futuristic hue). In this universe, the Megatowers are the only remaining enclave of civilization.
Tower 57 is a top-down twin stick shooter with 16-bit inspired pixel art, destructible environments and heavy focus on co-op. It is also a modern take on what made AMIGA games so great back in the days.
It is, then, when a group of individuals receives the order to infiltrate the lonely Tower 57. Their ability to cooperate and fight, will be the key factors that will decide their fate.
There are seven characters available to choose from. Each has a different skills and weapons, so that Tower 57 can bet by the cooperative to make it much more interesting game because the characters can be combined. Tower 57 is designed so that you play solo mode or cooperative local/online.
Tower 57 comes to PC in 2017, but still has no confirmed date. We now leave you to watch the gameplay trailer of Tower 57 below: