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Time Recoil Hits Steam Greenlight with a New Trailer

By Tomas Franzese

April 4, 2017

10tons Ltd.’s time-slowing top-down shooter Time Recoil hit Steam Greenlight, so the developers released a new trailer for it.

Time Recoil is a top-down shooter where players can kill enemies to slow time, and are ultimately on a quest to defeat the evil Mr. Time. You can check out a list of the game’s features below:

  • Kill to slow time: Subsequent kills extend the slowdown duration and grant special moves.
  • Devastating special moves: Starting with Dash to bust through walls and enemies, special moves grow to spectacular levels the more you kill.
  • Kill Mr. Time: You are a member of a rebel organization aiming to kill Mr. Time, a mad scientist dictator with a time based weapon of mass destruction. You must stop him in the past or you will lose the future.
  • Travel through time: The Time Machine at the rebel base will take you to the past via a wormhole. Mission goals range from assassination to rescuing scientists. Expect the unexpected along the way

Sampo Töyssy, Vice CEO of 10tons Ltd, had the following to say about their hopes for Time Recoil Steam Greenlight:

Time Recoil is gaining traction! The game’s core mechanic ‘kill to slow time’ works great and doubles perfectly as the game’s tagline. Testers are loving the alpha version and the Top-10 spot in IndieDB is another great indicator that the game will do great on Steam Greenlight.”

Valve recently announced they will be replacing Steam Greenlight with a new program called Steam Direct this Spring, but there is still time left to vote on game’s that you want to support like Time Recoil. 

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You can watch the trailer below. 10tons Ltd. is aiming to release Time Recoil on PC, PS4, and Xbox One in Q2 2017.

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Tomas Franzese

Tomas Franzese is a News Editor at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers in 2016 and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.

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