Breakless drifter retro-hardcore arcade game, made by the same creator of the UBERMOSH series.
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Nov 19, 2018
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July 4

DEEPTRIPVINESEQUEL

How UBERMOSH would be if it was made today? That's a question I am always answering with each new volume, inserting new stuff, testing players ideas, checking for feedback...
The first "Trip to Vinelands" was one of my most experimental takes on game developing (...was it as experimental as Warpzone Drifter?), it was launched in 2016, having a sequel one year later, TTV2.
Today I am not working on TTV3, because my hands are on another project... and TTV3 development is complete.
2 years since the previous volume, TTV3 presents new pieces, faster pace, and new "Maze Seeds".
Every time you beat a level, one seed will generate a level... and two levels generated by the same seed can be similar, but with changed parts to create a weird Déjà vu, where you kinda know how to beat that maze, but something is a bit different now... and that memory can improve your chances to score further... if you keep focused.

Many many thanks for the support, my production is pretty constant and it is an overwhelming pleasure to deliver new content for you.
https://store.steampowered.com/app/1114530/TTV3/
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May 20

Bonus Content

Howdy folks, since update 1.4 (UBERMOSH Vol.7) that inserted a bit of "soil hue variability" to keep your eyes fresh and, for fresh ears, it allowed the tracks to play the Classic version and the Darkmix version (low tunned and with levels to match an old, mahogany oiled, speaker cabinet), some players asked for the Darkmix tracks to be released.
Please check your Music tab on Steam, it should appear 12 dark mixed versions of the Classic UBERMOSH tunes, and if for some reason Steam can't find it, it is near the Easter Eggs folder inside UBERMOSH installation folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\UBERMOSH Vol.7). It should be inside the eggs, but it was moved to the side to make it easier to appear on the Music tab on Steam. I am pretty happy with the game balance, performance, gameplay, and cosmetic elements... My huge thanks for the community feedback that made it possible, detailed hub suggestions, impressions, and Steam Reviews (that are extremely important for the game visibility and Store relevance)!
More stuff soon
https://store.steampowered.com/developer/waltermachado
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About This Game

Breakless drifter retro-hardcore arcade game, made by the same creator of the UBERMOSH series.

Your job is to drift to specific nodes to stabilize areas of the Warpzone (an unstable parallel dimension used for transportation). Moving tentacles, limited time, procedural levels and the inability to break are elements of the challenge.

Controls and Gameplay
You can move left or right, using any of the analog gamepad sticks or keyboard's Arrows (or A-D, Q-D, Z-X...). The accessible controls have to team up with player´s fast reflexes, quick navigation, and piloting skill with physics elements.

Beat your personal best scores while dealing with experimental gameplay, randomized levels, kinda-smart tentacles, eggs and vintage nodes for extra scores.
No breaks.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 3.5 ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1 GB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 300 MB available space

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