Meltdown is a tactical arcade shooter featuring both singleplayer and intense online multiplayer. Become the most skilled soldier, choose your weapons, get the best upgrades, buckle up and start your mission. Be careful, each enemy has it’s own combat style, special AI and gear. Adapt to them to survive!
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Meltdown is a tactical arcade shooter featuring both singleplayer and intense online multiplayer.

Set against a captivating sci-fi backdrop, the action game invites players to follow its main character, Zed, as he tries to shoot his way out of the remote space station that he has been trapped on as a result of a system malfunction.

During the course of the adventure, players can collect loot and level-up their character as they make their way through randomly generated levels. They can choose to play single player or co-op multiplayer, while experiencing an engaging gameplay, matching their gaming skills and style.

Clear all the missions and run the prestige mode !

Key Features:

  • Online Cross-Platform Co-Op & PvP Up to 4 Players
  • Local Co-Op Up to 4 Players
  • 30 Random Generated Levels
  • 3 Specializations (Specialist/Soldier/Medic)
  • 3 Big Boss Battles
  • Wave-Attack arena challenges
  • VR Mode

Requisitos de sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Mínimos:
    • SO: Windows XP
    • Processador: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memória: 1 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Integrated Graphics (256MB)
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0
    • Armazenamento: 250 MB de espaço disponível
    Recomendados:
    • SO: Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processador: 3.0GHz i5 Dual Core or equivalent
    • Memória: 4 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Radeon HD 3600 (1GB)
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0
    • Armazenamento: 1 GB de espaço disponível
    Mínimos:
    • SO: OS X Mountain Lion
    • Processador: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memória: 1 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Integrated Graphics (256MB)
    • Armazenamento: 250 MB de espaço disponível
    Recomendados:
    • SO: OS X Mavericks
    • Processador: 3.0GHz i5 Dual Core or equivalent
    • Memória: 4 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Radeon HD 3600 (1GB)
    • Armazenamento: 1 GB de espaço disponível
    Mínimos:
    • SO: Ubuntu 12.04 or Equivalent
    • Processador: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memória: 1 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Integrated Graphics (256MB)
    • Armazenamento: 250 MB de espaço disponível
    Recomendados:
    • SO: Ubuntu 14.04 or Equivalent
    • Processador: 3.0GHz i5 Dual Core or equivalent
    • Memória: 4 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Radeon HD 3600 (1GB)
    • Armazenamento: 1 GB de espaço disponível
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☣Patient Zero☣
( 0.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de maio
Played for nearly one hour, six levels of the campaign mode and one of the aracde mode levels and they are all just the same map with objects like sandbags, boxes and so on rearranged within that one map, yet they feel they can claim "30 Random Generated Levels" on the store page. Which aided in me buying it, but turned out to be false.

Game appeared promising at first until I realized its just one map. Can't understand all the positive reviews unless I am missing something.

The keyboard and mouse controls are terrible also.
ElusiveOne
( 11.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 3 de maio
A pleasant little distraction more than a full-blown package, Meltdown offers simple yet ridiculously fun shooting on a budget.

While no commendable effort has been made to adapt the original mobile version's UI for the PC port, making for a crude interface and inconsistent navigation, the gameplay itself feels awesome with a gamepad. The game also runs flawlessly (except perhaps on Ultra settings).

There is no story, just a guy going through some space station of sorts blasting enemy bots, with lots of cool guns and upgrade options. You can tell exactly what the game plays and feels like by the screenshots alone and that is good enough.

The game looks great, though with a single industrial sci-fi environment modulated with about three variations, linear levels soon start to feel repetitive. Similar surprise spawn tactics are used throughout, and you get to pass by the same sections many times despite some basic randomization.

The few boss fights add a welcome variety to the combat setups, as do the inclusion of locked areas where you must defeat waves of enemies before proceeding. Incomprehensibly, loot crates often appear at the very end of the level when all enemies have already been defeated, making the tons of acquired health and ammo entirely useless (except for upgrade chips).

The sound design is nearly perfect, with licensed upbeat electro music and satisfying sound effects blasting their way throughout.

Unfortunately there is almost no one online, which is a shame because the game shines in coop when it does happen.

Don't expect to get more than a few hours of fun with this one but those hours will be well worth it. Best enjoyed during a Steam sale and with coop buddies. I would gladly support this excellent small development team with a sequel to their fine project.
Magnetto Man
( 12.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 2 de maio
Addictive nonstop explosive action fun - a definive recommendation! ( MAKE SURE YOU PLAY WITH A CONTROLLER )

Easy too learn and good to start enjoying right away , yet customizable and replayable enough to keep you going.

- Good graphics

- More than satisfatory control response which , while not perfect , is predictable enough to get used and mastered ( and enjoyed! )

- Good mechanics

- Nice music

- Multiple modes including online coop and versus ( only con for multiplayer value right now is not many people online , but you can enjoy the complete game solo )

- Good range of gear that alters gameplay style , fitting for all sorts of players
Cripple X
( 3.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 1 de maio
A really fun and enjoyable twin-stick shooter. There's not a whole lot of content, but it has replay value in the form of upgrades and the mechanics, while simple, are pretty well done. Definitely grab it if you catch it on Steam sale.
Gentleman
( 3.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de abril
this game is just amazing. Buy it. If u like random generated lvls, roge like games, shooter, solid and fun co-op (multiplayer also) and really nice art style
TheGodDamnGamer
( 25.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 24 de abril
Extremely fun worth the small price!!!!
VandriX_eVen
( 4.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 17 de abril
Meltdown is a good game but become redondent really fast.

Good Graphics, good gameplay, good music.
(no story in multi mode) (and I don't even know if there is a story because I've always played this game in multi)
Well, just a good game. No more.
Contractor
( 0.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 14 de abril
I bought this originally for the VR tag but now unfortunately this game has been abandoned. You can still run it in VR with an Oculus DK2 and runtime 6.0.x. only. Don't expect any activity from the Devs or community. Sad really :(
Niler Zatatey
( 29.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 9 de abril
a fun gem. 9/10
Danilo Pianini
( 2.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 2 de abril
Pretty interesting game. It is a very classic isometric shooter, your character should just go around and smash everything on its path. There are basically two elements of fun:
* A leveling system, that makes your character better and better, and it's one of the reasons you may get hooked with the game
* The possibility to play with up to other three people, joining their game or waiting for them to join yours. What a pity there are so few players online, I got other four at most.

The bad of the game are the lack of any background story and the repetitivity: going around and smashing things is funny for a couple of hours, then the fun quickly decreases.

Technical note: runs very well on Linux, tested with the choosy AMD Catalyst drivers on a old HD6670.
Pac ☆
( 10.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de março
I feel like this game isn't well known. If it was, it would be a hell of a lot more popular. It's a great way to pass the time.
RobLoach
( 1.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 7 de março
Repeats itself after a while. Similar enemies, similar level design. Was fun for an hour or so, but after that, ended up being the same.
kroovadotter
( 2.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de março
This game is insanely fun and needs more recognition. Its so fun to go around rolling and shooting enemies.
Little B Gaming
( 3.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de fevereiro
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUpH9nKZIyY

Meltdown is a good game. It's an addicting twin stick shooter with drop in, drop out multiplayer. I played little more than 3 hours, so this is my first impressions of the game.

It's an okay mobile port. It's not the best, nor the worst. There are not enough settings. Just graphics quality, resolution, music and fx sliders and Vsync. Keys are not rebindable. Also there is option for Aim-assist and I think it might be a good idea to be on. I'll explain later way.

There isn't a story here. Well, it's not entirly true, but I wouldn't call it this a plot. You are traped in a space station as result of system malfunction. That's it. In this case I don't mind the lack of any story, because the game is all about shooting. Tense, fun and addicting.

Graphics are alright. All charaters have this black outline to feel cel shaded, but actually they are not. At close inspection the main character is not that good looking, but you see him only when you buy stuff. Overall levels, enemies and your character are nice to look at, but not great.

You've seen this kind of gameplay a milion times before. Here it doesn't offer something new. It's simple and generic, but at the same time fun. You just run, gun, collect coins, chips, mystery boxes and gain XP. Basic stuff. You buy new firearms, armor, melee weapons. Guns have six different stats that can be upgraded. They are all standard – more damage, increase fire rate etc. But beside money for them you need chips. The catch is you can't upgrade the six of them, only three, so choose wisely or if you want to make correction, reset them, but i'm not sure if you will get back your money and chips. The two of them are gathered from dead enemies. And armors can be upgraded too. You can also pick up two power ups – double damage and nuke.

The coolest feature here is drop in, drop out multiplayer. You start alone, but at any time others can join you, up to three more people. It's defenently more fun and little bit more easy to have someone by your side to watch your back literally. You can do the same thing, join someone else to play together.

At the end of each level you will open mystery boxes. From them you can get xp, chips, coins, lives or nothing. Yes, here you have lives. If you loose all of them you have start at the beginning of the level.

Beside all those things, you can buy additional cosmetics like eye patch, hats, shoulder pads and so on. They don't just change the appearance, they also have additional buffs like more health, more damage etc.

After you level up, you have points to distrubute in three directions – specialist, medic and soldier. They also can be reset. In the beginning they are standard buffs, like more damage, but later they become more interesting – health regeneration, fire rate increase with weapon overheat and so on. Weapons can overheat and when this happen you have to wait them to cooldown.

Enemies are all robots with different attacks. They are diverse and require different tacktics to kill them. The two bosses I encounter are fun and tough to fight, especially when you are alone.

Level design is okay. In the beginning the levels are small, but later they are getting bigger. All have similar design – bridges, sandbags, boxes, cars, froklifts, small walls to take cover and so on. Here there is a cover system, but I rarely use it. First 10 levels have different design, than later ones are different, so you have a little bit diversity. Sometimes you'll get locked in a area and to get out you have to kill everything to progress. There is one “But”. As I said all are similar to each other. You will see the same boxes, the same sandbags and after 3 h with the game the layouts and design are still the same

Sound is great. All weapons sound appropriate and feel meaty and explosions are good. The soundtrack is really great. You will hear techno and dubstep, fitting excelent in this sci-fi setting. I won't listen it every day, but throughout my time with the game I never wanted to stop the music.

I have one big issue with the game and few small ones. You can clearly see in the video that the crosshair have to be near a target, not on him to hit him, but this depends where the enemy come from. This is so bizzare and annoying. That's why I said in the beginning maybe the aim-assist is not a bad idea. Through my time with the game I encounter two bugs, one was game breaking. The first was I was frozen when I respawn and I lost a life. And the other was, I fall through the floor in to the abyss. Both bugs are just one time experience. Also the game is build around grinding and there is no doubt about it. I reach a point where I have to repeat few levels to get a better gun. And lastly, almost all menus have to be draged with the mouse to move them and it's annoying. Obvious mobile port.

The game doesn't do anything bad, nor anything great and that's fine. It's a really simple, yet addicting. Easy to pick up and play. But to be fair after 3 h I start to get a little bit bored. I've seen what the game have to offer. You are doing the same thing over and over again. It's a perfect time killer, a game where you can go in play 1or 2 levels before you go somewhere for example. There two additional modes – Wave Attack and Deathmatch, but I didn't try them. As much as I have problems with the game, i'm kinda addicted to it, maybe because of the simplicity and almost great gameplay. It have good gameplay, great sound design and it still have few players online, but it have this annoyance with the crosshair, suffers from repetition both in gameplay and level design. I recommend it, but on sale.
Valérian™ | ♋
( 5.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 18 de fevereiro
Great fun 3rd person arcade shooter with leveling up & upgrades, including nice graphics and fitting music. Recommended.
adjeepnavy
( 0.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 11 de fevereiro
will this support sdk 7 if not im returning it ?
[gritty] Punished Bjørn
( 1.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 8 de fevereiro
Crappy mobile game port. An absolute shame that something like this can be released on steam. There are a million different currencies to collect and it feels like looking for coins under the sofa cushions. It's very tedious and all the levels look the same in order to save space on your mobile phone modern pc gaming system. All the enemies are huge bullet sponges and your weapons do very little damage, presumably to sell you more in-game currency in the mobile version. Spend your real money on literally anything else.
Habilis
( 1.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 4 de fevereiro
I was hoping to scratch that ARPG itch with this game and it simply came up short. A Bastion clone it is not.

While there are a variety of enemies and guns, I felt the core gameplay to be fickle and problematic:

1) The aiming does not feel precise. Often times you will end up shooting next to a foe when you are clicking right on them - use of a controller makes this actually even worse. The game is meant to be played with auto-aim and this often takes the satisfaction out of a game like this.

2) The biggest problem in the game is that it feels like you are fighting the controls. You are locked into an animation once you start it which is significantly more cumbersome than it is challenging. For example, you cannot go from melee to shooting or rolling to anything in a reasonable time frame -- you will have to wait for your character to finish said action, delay and then start your new action.

3) The game relies on grind rather than content. Making an area too difficult to complete so you have to re-do previous areas is not a good stand in for content -- it just shows you purposely undertune the starting options. What necessarily comes with this is an inverse difficulty curve - easy at the end and hard at the outset.

The core issue comes down to gameplay. At its heart the game feels unresponsive and slow -- you will not die because you couldn't react in time, but because the game locks you into animation lag. And this is coming from a Monster Hunter veteran, I am no stranger to animation lag and meaningful gameplay.
Jogurtins_69
( 3.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 2 de fevereiro
Good game but noone playes it!
Pyramid Head
( 16.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de janeiro
1.Are you classic couch co-op player?
2.Do you have friends?

If you answered yes, get the game
if you answered no, go listen to nickelback, then reconsider your options.
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Addictive nonstop explosive action fun - a definive recommendation! ( MAKE SURE YOU PLAY WITH A CONTROLLER )

Easy too learn and good to start enjoying right away , yet customizable and replayable enough to keep you going.

- Good graphics

- More than satisfatory control response which , while not perfect , is predictable enough to get used and mastered ( and enjoyed! )

- Good mechanics

- Nice music

- Multiple modes including online coop and versus ( only con for multiplayer value right now is not many people online , but you can enjoy the complete game solo )

- Good range of gear that alters gameplay style , fitting for all sorts of players
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A really fun and enjoyable twin-stick shooter. There's not a whole lot of content, but it has replay value in the form of upgrades and the mechanics, while simple, are pretty well done. Definitely grab it if you catch it on Steam sale.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUpH9nKZIyY

Meltdown is a good game. It's an addicting twin stick shooter with drop in, drop out multiplayer. I played little more than 3 hours, so this is my first impressions of the game.

It's an okay mobile port. It's not the best, nor the worst. There are not enough settings. Just graphics quality, resolution, music and fx sliders and Vsync. Keys are not rebindable. Also there is option for Aim-assist and I think it might be a good idea to be on. I'll explain later way.

There isn't a story here. Well, it's not entirly true, but I wouldn't call it this a plot. You are traped in a space station as result of system malfunction. That's it. In this case I don't mind the lack of any story, because the game is all about shooting. Tense, fun and addicting.

Graphics are alright. All charaters have this black outline to feel cel shaded, but actually they are not. At close inspection the main character is not that good looking, but you see him only when you buy stuff. Overall levels, enemies and your character are nice to look at, but not great.

You've seen this kind of gameplay a milion times before. Here it doesn't offer something new. It's simple and generic, but at the same time fun. You just run, gun, collect coins, chips, mystery boxes and gain XP. Basic stuff. You buy new firearms, armor, melee weapons. Guns have six different stats that can be upgraded. They are all standard – more damage, increase fire rate etc. But beside money for them you need chips. The catch is you can't upgrade the six of them, only three, so choose wisely or if you want to make correction, reset them, but i'm not sure if you will get back your money and chips. The two of them are gathered from dead enemies. And armors can be upgraded too. You can also pick up two power ups – double damage and nuke.

The coolest feature here is drop in, drop out multiplayer. You start alone, but at any time others can join you, up to three more people. It's defenently more fun and little bit more easy to have someone by your side to watch your back literally. You can do the same thing, join someone else to play together.

At the end of each level you will open mystery boxes. From them you can get xp, chips, coins, lives or nothing. Yes, here you have lives. If you loose all of them you have start at the beginning of the level.

Beside all those things, you can buy additional cosmetics like eye patch, hats, shoulder pads and so on. They don't just change the appearance, they also have additional buffs like more health, more damage etc.

After you level up, you have points to distrubute in three directions – specialist, medic and soldier. They also can be reset. In the beginning they are standard buffs, like more damage, but later they become more interesting – health regeneration, fire rate increase with weapon overheat and so on. Weapons can overheat and when this happen you have to wait them to cooldown.

Enemies are all robots with different attacks. They are diverse and require different tacktics to kill them. The two bosses I encounter are fun and tough to fight, especially when you are alone.

Level design is okay. In the beginning the levels are small, but later they are getting bigger. All have similar design – bridges, sandbags, boxes, cars, froklifts, small walls to take cover and so on. Here there is a cover system, but I rarely use it. First 10 levels have different design, than later ones are different, so you have a little bit diversity. Sometimes you'll get locked in a area and to get out you have to kill everything to progress. There is one “But”. As I said all are similar to each other. You will see the same boxes, the same sandbags and after 3 h with the game the layouts and design are still the same

Sound is great. All weapons sound appropriate and feel meaty and explosions are good. The soundtrack is really great. You will hear techno and dubstep, fitting excelent in this sci-fi setting. I won't listen it every day, but throughout my time with the game I never wanted to stop the music.

I have one big issue with the game and few small ones. You can clearly see in the video that the crosshair have to be near a target, not on him to hit him, but this depends where the enemy come from. This is so bizzare and annoying. That's why I said in the beginning maybe the aim-assist is not a bad idea. Through my time with the game I encounter two bugs, one was game breaking. The first was I was frozen when I respawn and I lost a life. And the other was, I fall through the floor in to the abyss. Both bugs are just one time experience. Also the game is build around grinding and there is no doubt about it. I reach a point where I have to repeat few levels to get a better gun. And lastly, almost all menus have to be draged with the mouse to move them and it's annoying. Obvious mobile port.

The game doesn't do anything bad, nor anything great and that's fine. It's a really simple, yet addicting. Easy to pick up and play. But to be fair after 3 h I start to get a little bit bored. I've seen what the game have to offer. You are doing the same thing over and over again. It's a perfect time killer, a game where you can go in play 1or 2 levels before you go somewhere for example. There two additional modes – Wave Attack and Deathmatch, but I didn't try them. As much as I have problems with the game, i'm kinda addicted to it, maybe because of the simplicity and almost great gameplay. It have good gameplay, great sound design and it still have few players online, but it have this annoyance with the crosshair, suffers from repetition both in gameplay and level design. I recommend it, but on sale.
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Great fun 3rd person arcade shooter with leveling up & upgrades, including nice graphics and fitting music. Recommended.
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Crappy mobile game port. An absolute shame that something like this can be released on steam. There are a million different currencies to collect and it feels like looking for coins under the sofa cushions. It's very tedious and all the levels look the same in order to save space on your mobile phone modern pc gaming system. All the enemies are huge bullet sponges and your weapons do very little damage, presumably to sell you more in-game currency in the mobile version. Spend your real money on literally anything else.
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Publicada: 26 de novembro de 2015
Meltdown is a really solid indie RPG twin stick shooter in a futuristic setting devoid of any story.

Some of the main features are VR support (the reason behind my purchase), 4 player co-op, and semi-randomly generated levels.

There are 3 resource types: XP which unlocks skills in a 3-branch tree, money and upgrade chips (weapon/equipment purchases/upgrades).

You can only carry 2 firearms and 1 melee weapon.

The gameplay is solid, and the controls are tight using an x360 controller.

I quite enjoyed the energetic music as well - fits the game well.

There is generally really nothing wrong with this game, but there is absolutely nothing new under the sun either. And there is too little visual variation in the maps. Some more enemy types, attack/movement options might prevent the 30 "campaign" levels from feeling as repetetive as they did.

The VR support for Oculus rift (DK2) is really solid, with large easily readable menu texts, and while it doesn't really immerse you (or attempts to), it definately heightens the sense of involvement and intensity. Only complaint is the zoom effect when someone levels up - it's too much in VR.

If you're just looking for a non-VR twinstick shooter, try the Halo Spartan Assault/Strike games instead which are similarly priced. But if RPG or VR ticks your boxes, then this is a no-brainer at the price.

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Publicada: 2 de dezembro de 2015
Gotta say. Its the best $2.00 ive ever spent. It is worth more than what i payed. honestly it is a fantastic game. It has loads of room for improvment to come for sure!

It is a great patrty/ co-op game as well.

my only gripe is the later helmets interfear with wearing accesories. Would like something around this to be fixed.

But from the selection of early acess games. This is by far the best.



Completed the game With sometimes Co-op sometimes single player. Max presteige Lvl 55 acheived everything but two acheivments.
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4.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 27 de dezembro de 2015
"Gears of War" meets "Geometry Wars" in this fun little twin stick tactical arcade shooter

Pros

Good shooting mechanics
Lots of guns
Cover system
Local Co-op
Online Multiplayer
Great Controls
Will run on a toaster

Cons

No one plays competitive multiplayer(if this even counts as a con)

Overall a 9/10
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Publicada: 12 de janeiro
This game has potential but its gameplay is decent at best. My biggest issue with the game is:

-Too much grinding involve
-The levels start to feel repetitive, same enemies and environment
-Using the covering system doesn't really help or go well with the pace of the game

I still recommend it but only if theres a discount for it.
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Publicada: 18 de janeiro
Must have
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11.6 horas registradas
Publicada: 23 de janeiro
Tengo que decir. Es el mejor $ 6,99 que me he gastado. Vale la pena más de lo que pagamos. la verdad es que es un juego fantástico. Tiene un montón de espacio para mejora a venir seguro!
Es un gran juego de mesa / co-op también.
mi única queja es los cascos posteriores interfear con el uso de accesorios. ¿Le gustaría algo en torno a este que se determinen.
Pero a partir de la selección de juegos acess temprana. Este es por lejos el mejor.
Terminado el juego Con veces Co-op jugador a veces solo.
Llegue al Nivel 55 y complete todos los logros un muy buen juego eh!
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12.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 28 de dezembro de 2015
Awesome game, fun to play solo or with friends.
Easy to control, hard to master ;)

» Nice dubstep music
» Good gameplay
» Awesome graphics
» Good sounds
» Randomly generated levels
» Upgradable Gear

Big shoutout to this little game, incredibly addciting to play.

- sometimes you can get out of the level or get black texture for coins / character.
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Publicada: 26 de dezembro de 2015
Exceptional game from a very small dev team. Well worth the price!!!
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Publicada: 8 de janeiro
"Meltdown" is what you get from playing this game.

Pros:

It looks nice the first hour you play it.

Wave mode is sometimes fun.

Cons:

Upgrade and level system in general. I mean, what is the point of upgrading your weapons and completing missions just to have it all reset when you prestige? I can understand resetting the skill tree (that's the point of prestige), but this is just blatant padding. Besides, what do you get from prestige? A whopping +5 health and +5 shield and the ability to upgrade your weapons one level higher! Oh, and a golden nickname of course, because everybody wants to be special!
And you have to do it three effing times, btw.

Enemies. They lack in variety and some of them are just a pain in the аss, like the bot that will chase you down and if you ever stop mashing the spacebar or run into something, you get immobilized, and then the other bots come and rip you into shreds.

Game mechanics. I get that only humans can trigger the mines, but why explosions don't affect the bots? Your grenade launcher damages them and the mines don't. Also the bot that throws literally the same grenades at you and nobody takes damage (except you, that is).

Oh, and about mashing the spacebar. If you don't care about drops, you can complete some of the levels just by infinitely dodging the enemies straight to the end.

Overall, don't bother buying it if you don't have a group of friends that can play with you and contain your frustration.
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Publicada: 26 de dezembro de 2015
It was alright for the first couple of hours, but after that it became really dull.

Only thing going on for this is the unlocks. Gameplay itself is uninteresting, but you just might stick around to get your next thing unlocked. The psychological effect for this is called "Skinner box" or "Operant conditioning chamber", and if a game is relying entirely on this, it's almost never a good sign.

Overall, if you're looking for a game to play for a few hours, Meltdown might be for you. However, if you're looking for a game where long term time investment is worth it, this isn't the game for you.
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Publicada: 4 de abril de 2015
O que eu posso dizer sobre Meltdown é sobre seu single, pois a experiência multiplayer eu não tive ainda, mas terei em breve. Então se por acaso você se interessar em saber como é, pode me perguntar que eu irei dar a minha opinião.
Em relação ao single, ele é um jogo divertido, apesar de bem simples. Para mim ele se encaixa naquele tipo de game complementar, o qual é aquele tipo de jogo que você estabelece metas para zerar aos poucos enquanto você joga um jogo principal de seu gosto.
Como eu já disse, gostei e me diverti bastante com Meltdown, por isso recomendo para qualquer jogador que procure um jogo sem muito compromisso, mas que mesmo assim consiga deixar você bem antenado na jogatina!
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11.6 horas registradas
Publicada: 19 de abril de 2014
Meltdown é um jogo com um conceito muito simples, uma jogabilidade rápida e amigável, uma dificuldade sólida, e certamente, totalmente cooperativo.

Sendo ele um port de jogo mobile, certamente representa algo muito bem feito, estando no limite de um jogo muito complexo para mobile e muito simples para PC.

Não tive qualquer problema em me conectar a outros jogadores, e isso facilitou muito minha transição para o multiplayer. Usualmente não gosto de jogar com desconhecidos, mas no Meltdown, fiz isso sem problema algum, e não vejo motivos para jogar sozinho.

Os sistemas de progressão também me surpreenderam, tendo não só uma boa profundidade, como também sendo renováveis, em função do sistema de reset.

O jogo possui gráficos simples, mas um tanto agradáveis. O estilo visual do personagem e dos inimigos é meio poligonal com cel-shading, lembrando levemente algo como Borderlands, porém numa proporção mais picturesca.

O cenário é bem detalhado, embora simples em termos de layout, faz um ótimo trabalho na ambientação, com iluminação artificial, sombras detalhadas e cores fortes.

Certamente o jogo ainda tem muito a melhorar, mas pelo que já é oferecido, o jogo vale muito mais do que seu precinho!

Quem curte jogos arcade de tiro, e imagina como seria um jogo de ação da era de ouro dos 16 bits nos dias de hoje, acho que nada poderia caracterizar melhor Meltdown do que isso!

Review completa em http://www.poepra2.com.br/blog/review-meltdown/
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32.2 horas registradas
Publicada: 22 de dezembro de 2014
Esse jogo apesar da simplicidade me conquistou! Já é um jogo de ação com um estilo bem antigo, mas muito bem executado, gráficos decentes, com uma boa jogabilidade e níveis de desafio, além de varias opções de personalização e evolução do personagem principal. Esse jogo realmente merece uma chance de estar em qualquer biblioteca de jogos!
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1.7 horas registradas
Publicada: 27 de janeiro de 2015
Esse Jogo é uma Delícia !
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6.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 19 de dezembro de 2014
Esse jogo é esplêndido ! Muito bom mesmo! Só o vídeo do jogo já me conquistou :3 , curto demais Dubstep, e a trilha sonora do jogo é baseada no Dubstep ;) . Nota 11/10

-Upgrades
-Waves
-Deathmatch
-Coop
-Skins
-Dubstep
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