Nuclear Throne is Vlambeers latest action roguelike-like about mutants fighting their way through a post-apocalyptic world. The radioactive waste in the world allows mutants to get ahead by mutating new limbs on the fly, the abundant availability of powerful weaponry make the quest to become ruler of the Wasteland one frought with peril.
Data de lançamento: 11 Out 2013
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“By buying Nuclear Throne you can support Vlambeer and the rest of the team while they're working and livestreaming the development of the game. You'll receive a new build of Nuclear Throne pretty much every week. After launch, when all the live development is over, the game will be available for slightly less than the Early Access price.”
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Update #23 - Back to old-school action - Week of April 18th

19 abril 2014

Whoa, this almost resembles a changelog! Seems like we're back to old-school action, after weeks of moving to new engines, turning the game into a first person shooter, and adding offline co-op! We're all very excited to get back into our usual schedules, and can't wait to find out what the future of Nuclear Throne will bring!

  • Enemies on Venuz and Mimics now have sound effects!
  • The horribly powerful Super Flak Cannon.
  • We fixed a million bugs and a lot of crash bugs. Not really a feature, but it should significantly improve your Nuclear Throne experience!

  • Stress has been made more powerful.
  • IDPD no longer spawns when you level up past level 4.
  • The Flamethrower and the Dragon now use less ammo, and push enemies away harder.
  • The IDPD Shielder now shoots a lot less projectiles.
  • Toxic barrels no longer explode, and instead just release gas.
  • Once again, the Auto Crossbow has been made less accurate.
  • Enemies now target both players in coop.

  • You can now select all crowns with the gamepad.
  • Enemies no longer spawn corpses when flying up etc.
  • Setting the music volume to 0 will no longer give you an error message.
  • Killing Lil Hunter no longer crashes the game!
  • Visiting the stat screen no longer crashes the game.
  • And then there's a ton of bugs fixed related to: Assassins; Crystal's Shield; Portals; The HUD in coop; Bosses spawning; Allies getting hit by explosions, and Golden Scorpions!

  • The game now has a proper icon.
  • Spiders are now green, making them at least 34% more visible.
  • Some of the music tracks have been updated slightly.
  • The lightning weapons now have a work in progress sound effect.
  • Some new tips have been added.

Don't forget to check in with our Twitch livestream every Tuesday and Thursday from 1PM CET to 5PM CET. See you there!

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Update #22 - Friendship - Week of April 11th

13 abril 2014

Wow. That was a crazy week. Not only is Nuclear Throne showcasing at PAX East currently, we've also made a huge announcement.

Nuclear Throne now supports local cooperative play for two players. We've made minor bugfixes, fixed some of the crashes, worked on some performance issues and made some headway on restarting our normal schedule and programming.

If you haven't bought Nuclear Throne yet, it is now also available through with an added subscription to our Twitch channel. If you want to buy the game through there, head for the brand-new and check the buying options there.

We can't thank, NorthernLion and MANvsGame enough for helping us make this announcement live from PAX yesterday. Thanks to Marlon Wiebe for the amazing trailer.

This last week, the entire team worked super-hard and long nights to make co-op a reality, and in the next weeks we'll be focusing on improving both single- and multiplayer support.

Have fun!

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“It’s a rapid-fire, deliciously crunchy randomized romp starring a cavalcade of characters from Vlambeer’s past.”
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“A brutal game that rewards patience, situational awareness and mastery of trial and error.”

Acesso antecipado à versão beta

Welcome to Nuclear Throne!

Join us while making Nuclear Throne through the livestreams on the game website and be the first one playing new builds every week. We hope you enjoy the ride with us, as we have no clue where we’re going to end up on this project and that’s really fine with us.

At this point, Nuclear Throne includes:

  • Four playable worlds to trek through towards the elusive Nuclear Throne.
  • Seven playable characters, ranging from the explosive Melting to the almost-retired Fish.
  • Two bossfights with the powerful Big Bandit and the rusted corpse of Big Dog.
  • A huge range of weapons, skills and randomly generated goodness.

    At launch, Nuclear Throne will further include:

    • At least four more worlds and an undefined number of secret worlds to explore, both on Earth, other planets and other dimensions.
    • Additional characters, B-skins and sound effects.
    • Dangerous Crown Vaults to raid for game-changing Crown Modifiers.
    • The Nuclear Throne.

    Join us on the road to final release by buying into the Early Access Beta build for $12.99. Follow livestreams of development on and play new builds pretty much every week.

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    Nuclear Throne is Vlambeers latest action roguelike-like about mutants fighting their way through a post-apocalyptic world. The radioactive waste in the world allows mutants to get ahead by mutating new limbs on the fly, the abundant availability of powerful weaponry make the quest to become ruler of the Wasteland one frought with peril.

    Requisitos de Sistema (PC)

      • OS: Windows XP
      • Processor: 1.2Ghz+
      • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
      • Graphics: 256MB
      • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
      • OS: Windows XP
      • Processor: 2Ghz
      • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
      • Graphics: 1GB
      • Hard Drive: 500 MB available space
    Análises úteis de clientes
    66 de 71 pessoas (93%) acharam esta análise útil
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    108.0 hrs em registo
    I've been completely in love with this game ever since the Mojam prototype "Wasteland Kings" was released. It's an insanely fun, fastpaced "roguelike-like" or "roguelite" with randomly generated worlds and tons of weapons to find. On top of that, the developers stream the development of the game on tuesdays and thursdays over at Twitch and they release updates to the game every week. To me, this is the best game of its kind and I've put tons of hours into mastering it (and I still die. Often. It's difficult okay?).
    Publicada: 25 novembro 2013
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    36 de 36 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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    While still a work very much in progress, Nuclear Throne is currently one of my favorite games. It's a roguelike dungeon crawler with heavy "bullet-hell" elements and a little RPG sprinkled on top. When you begin a session of Nuclear Throne, you choose from one of several well-designed & freakish "mutants", each with their own special attributes which, in itself, does much to add variety (there's also a random-select option which is a fun idea in this particular case). The goal of each stage is to exterminate all of the enemies. After doing so, a portal opens which takes your mutant freak to the next level. There are a great many weapons with which to inflict meyhem on your adversaries. As you gain experience points, in the form of green goo earned by killing enemies & also found in cache jars, you'll be able to choose new persistent perks for your character (such as more HP or certain weapons doing more damage). Every so-often, you'll encounter a boss. The bosses tend to pop in during the height of an already-in-progress battle which makes beating them all-the-more difficult & hectic.

    Originally, this game did not have controller support which was a great disappointment (though I had been ejoying it anyway, using the keyboard and mouse). However, a recent update rectified this and the gameplay using a dual-analog controller (such as that of the Xbox 360) is just fantastic. Like Ultratron before it (another very similar game which is also worth a look; I also wrote a review for it, if you're interested in checking it out), Nuclear Throne throws you straight back to the arcades of yore and plops you in front of a Smash TV cabinet.

    As a roguelike dungeon-crawler, the replay value is extremely high (due to the fact that the level and enemy layout is totally different from one session to the next). The rather extreme difficulty doesn't hurt either, as playing entails dying and thus restarting... a lot. Fortunately, said difficulty isn't of the variety that compels you to smash your controller/keyboard in frustration. Every death feels like the fault lay squarely on *your* shoulders (if only you had moved to dodge a little faster or conserved ammo a little better!), as opposed to the game feeling like it's cheating. Another stand-out feature which I think I need to bring up is the soundtrack. ...Just wow! Nuclear Throne's score is totally original and extremely surreal. It goes *miles* in lending its own atmosphere to the game.

    Some might consider the current price of $12.99 to be just a *little* steep for a game in this class, but considering how well it's made overall and the fun I've gotten from it (especially being in its currently pre-release/beta state), I consider it to be well worth the price. As of the time of this writing, the developer(s) is very active and updates are coming quite frequently.
    Publicada: 26 novembro 2013
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    Don't let the 'early access' tag scare you away; Nuclear Throne is well worth picking up now, and the constant updates feel more like free content packs than they do updates to a work-in-progress.

    Nuclear Throne is a tough-as-hell roguelike-like in the vein of Binding of Isaac; an overhead shooter blending fast-paced challenging action with RPG elements and random levels/progression. Different characters (more still being added), randomly generated levels and random mutations as you progress make each playthrough different, and allow you to experiment with different playstyles, though there are different 'areas' that keep consistent style over the course of a few levels.

    Just to give you an idea of how different each game can be/how awesome the designs are, these are the current mutants you can play as:

    -Fish, who gets more ammo than the other characters, and can use his roll to dodge bullets.
    -Crystal, who has more health than the others, and can become an invulnerable shield which deflects bullts.
    -Eyes, who can see in the dark and can use his telekinetic powers to pull enemies toward him and push projectiles away.
    -Melting, a skeleton with melted flesh hanging off, has the lowest HP, but mutates faster and can blow up corpses.
    -Plant, a sentient plant that can move faster than the others, and snare enemies with his roots.
    -Y.V., a weird looking illuminati pyramid with an eyeball, can shoot faster than the others, and use his ablility to shoot twice with one pull of the trigger.
    -Steroids, a beefed up dude that starts with two fully loaded pistols and the ability to use both of the weapons he can carry at once.
    -Robot, who can find better weapons, and recycle found items into ammo for another weapon he carries, or health.
    -Chicken, the newest addition and my new favorite; a mutant chicken that starts wielding a katana and can slow down time. Chicken's other ability allows her to live a few seconds after death, and gives you a little time to go berserk, a headless chicken with a katana, hacking frantically, hoping for a health drop to bring her back from death.

    The designs are creative and fun, the art is great, the music and sounds keep things frantic and intense, the gameplay is solid, and most important of all, it's incredibly fun. This is one of the best games to come out this year, and if it looks interesting to you, grab it right now.

    The throne definitely exists.
    Publicada: 11 dezembro 2013
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    This is by far the best early access game out there. The community is amazing, and Vlambeer is heavily involved. They update the game every week, and they are significant updates each time! It is exciting to be a part of.

    This game rivals Spelunky in both difficulty and replayability. And that is while it's still in beta.
    Where it already has a leg up, however, is the insane amount of playstyles and builds that you can find while playing, due to a variety of unique characters, (9 so far) unique weapons, (~40 so far) mutations for your character (24), special unlockable "golden" weapons, and special unlockable crowns that alter the way the game rules work.

    It is the best bullet hell game I have ever played. It is high octane, and feels amazing to play.

    As you can see from my hours, I have no problem recommending this game.
    Publicada: 18 dezembro 2013
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    20 de 22 pessoas (91%) acharam esta análise útil
    180 produtos na conta
    4 análises
    24.6 hrs em registo
    Why this game is awesome:

    - Awesome Art/Graphics
    - Nice and Hard Diffuculty
    - The RPG elements are fun
    - Different characters and weapons
    - Cool Enemies
    - Almost everything is randomly generated
    Publicada: 30 novembro 2013
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