Everyday Shooter, the independent musical shooter developed by Jonathan Mak, mades its worldwide PC debut today via Steam.
Winner of numerous Independent Game Festival Awards including Design Innovation, Everyday Shooter is everything but what its name implies. Drawing upon a mixture of arcade shooter gameplay styles, Everyday Shooter stands apart from the crowd by offering both a wide variety of challenges and an all-guitar soundtrack, including procedurally generated guitar riffs used instead of traditional game sound effects.
Everyday Shooter is now available for just $9.99 via Steam, and those who purchase during the first week of availability will save 10% off the regular price.
In other Steam news, Portal: First Slice -- the official demo for the title named Game of the Year by over 30 publications -- is now available for free to all gamers via Steam.
And, finally, Steam has been re-launched to better showcase the growing number of titles and publishers on Steam.