Lithium City, a neon drenched action game by local indie developer Nico Tuason, is now available to download on Steam! Retailing for PHP249.95, immerse yourself in this fast paced action title that was previously showcased at international conferences such as the Tokyo Game Show, G-Star in Korea, and GDC China.
Check out the release trailer below:
Inspired by games like Transistor and Hotline Miami, Lithium City is set in a stylized isometric world and strives to deliver a fun and memorable single-player experience. The game is designed with very minimal UI and takes a more puzzle-like approach to combat encounters.
Fun trivia about the game – it has been in development for six years through the efforts of Nico Tuason (who handled the art, programming, and game design), John Camara (sound engineer and composer that led them to win best audio at the indi game festival in China), and Terry Tuason (interior design consultant and marketing).
Head on over to the Lithium City’s Steam page for more information and check out some great looking screenshots below!