Run, jump and shoot everything that stands in your way. Then you die and try again. Maybe a bit more wiser about what challenges lie ahead, maybe with an idea on how to escape this situation, or maybe not.
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Jun 1, 2017

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January 4

Update (04.01.2018)

Hi folks!

I did another small update today that changes some minor stuff and also fixes a handful of bugs that have been brought to my attention.

So here's the list

  • Got rid of the Holiday decoration just in time before it started feeling weird
  • Added a differen Explosion sprite
  • Changed the way some sound effects are played, which should make the overall listening experience a bit less janky
  • Fixed a crash that happened when you died at the Garbageboss
  • Changed the layout of one stage a little bit to avoid people ending up with a bugged out camera
  • Technically I did this during the secret holiday update, but some enemies now leave their heads behind after they exploded. There's no functionality behind it, I just found it funny and wondered why I haven't already done that before.

As always thank you for your support and the feedback. I may not work on this game as diligintly as I did a few months ago, but I'm still looking into small ways to improve it. So please, if you have any thought, don't hesitate to tell me.
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About This Game

You don't know who you are, or how you got here. There's no explanation for any of this.
There's only one thing you can do. Endure the challenges that get thrown in your way, learn them as best as you can and find a way to escape from this eternal punishment.
Fight. Not to save the world, but to maybe save yourself.

A challenging experience

You will fall into pits, you will get shot at, and some clown will probably jump on your head over and over again. The game might tell you, that you're not good enough to play it, but it's a lie!

Reliable randomness

Splinter Zone doesn’t feature a true random level generation. Instead, its levels are pre-constructed, but the order in which they appear is randomly generated. This way it is still possible for you to get familiar with the game’s challenges while still having a unique experience every time you play.

A combo system that rewards perfection above all else

The more enemies you destroy and the less damage you take, the more devastating your attacks will get. Activate HYPER MODE to not only tremendously increase your damage output for a short time, but also your score.

Permission to Cheat

Sometimes, life's too short to play a challenging videogame. For those moments, Splinter Zone features a handy array of cheats that you can enable right at the start of the game. You can even turn off all enemies in the game, if you so desire...


There's more to this game that you might initially think...

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Any processor from the past five years should be good...
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 250 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Gamepad recommended
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Any processor from the past five years should be good...
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 250 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Gamepad recommended
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