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Phantom Trigger

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Stan is losing control. The phantom realm brings arcane hexes into a pulsing neon reality, where demons fight in packs and use every trick they have to break your defense. Throw spells and traps mid-combo, ride the edge of control and chaos in this fresh take on action combat. You are your own worst enemy in Phantom Trigger.


You play as Stan, a white-collar middle-class worker living an ordinary life that gets disrupted by a mysterious event. Discover a brand new world and connect the dots along a branching story through neon-demonic worlds. Phantom Trigger has 4 alternate endings.


Merging elements from slasher, RPG, and rogue-like genres, Phantom Trigger takes a rich combo system and builds on it, with trapping and freezing enemies, herding groups, burning bosses and dashing from one combo to the next.


  • Branching story with 4 alternative endings
  • 5 Distinct Worlds to explore
  • Estimated 7+ hours of gameplay
  • A deep combat system focusing on unlocking combos and upgrading weapons
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Victor Solodilov
Denis Novikov
Bread Team
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 and up
  • Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core
  • Memory: 2000 MB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GT 650M / Radeon R9 M375 or higher graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible
  • Additional Notes: xBox gamepad is recomended
  • OS: Windows 7 and up
  • Processor: i5 or better
  • Memory: 4000 MB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 750 / Radeon R7 360 or higher graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible
  • Additional Notes: xBox gamepad is recomended
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Phantom Trigger reviews and comments

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Product received for free Phantom Trigger-review Tiny Build He has done it again and brings another little glory to his collection of games. Phantom Trigger meets the main purpose of having fun, by offering a well-structured combat with a prolonged and didactic combo system each showdown will become a thrilling action and madness trip. All this under the brilliant image of a surreal world in Pixel Art. But that's not all. Phantom Trigger also thinks long-term and extends his life with an amazing cooperative mode and a combat arena to squeeze the skills and abilities of all players. In short, whether by the simple and effective gameplay or the impeccable story, Phantom Trigger is a game that should not overlook and becomes one of the most pleasing surprises of the 2017. To read the complete analysis proceed to the following link: PC Indie Master Race [pcindiemrace.com]
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Product received for free By Hernán Díaz for Unbreakable Argentina: Once inside Stan's chaotic Boche, we will take control of a mysterious protagonist and meet a number of characters that would give us to understand that things lately were put A little ugly around here. Our duty as the Chosen one will be to remedy this situation, opening Our way through every corner of Stan's subconscious. It is represented in beautiful pixel art scenarios (yes, the pixel art is burned... And yes, it looks like Hyper Light Drifter, but I still love it, do not be screwed che) and set with frantic music, ideal to massacre the countless enemies who will show us in all shapes, sizes and colors. To fulfill Our goal we will have no tutorial or map, elements that although they would not be more, contribute with their absence to the hardcore nature to which the Fichín points. Even So, the lack of these tools is not a major problem and, if you don't have a ice cream cone on your forehead like me, you get used to it easily and that initial discomfort is quickly back. During the fight, we valdremos of 3 weapons or elemental attacks: an ice dagger, a fist of fire and a whip of... I know, a green whip. Using Them separately is possible and even viable, but we will see immensely rewarded by taking all the juice to the wide variety of combos. The same will be unlocked progressively and at the time of the Tole-tole each one will be tremendously useful against different types of enemies, something that few fichina know how to do well. If something can be thrown in the face of combat is the lack of options in the progression of our different weapons and abilities, because it has no personalization of any kind. But Otherwise, it's incredibly satisfying... Thumbs up, gentlemen. As a strawberry dessert, it should be noted that this Fichín does not fall asleep on the laurels and has a great replayable value. The story has 4 different endings, which will depend on our choices in the dialogues and interactions with the characters in Stan's mind But wait, there's still more! The boys of Bread Team played it with the old school kids and they put a local co-op mode, and Yapa, a arena mode
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