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Roche Fusion

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Roche Fusion is a classic arcade, space shooter with a modern touch. A fast paced cocktail of nostalgia, spaceships, bullets and explosions.
The game is procedurally generated and challenges the player with ever more aggressive, deadly, crazy waves of enemies to shoot down. There are insane boss fights and an extensive array of upgrades, including: weapons, shields and other items to help the player proceed in the game.Key Features:
  • Intuitive and responsive arcade-style controls
  • Infinite variety and replayability with procedurally generated levels, enemies and upgrades
  • Engaging score system with multi-kill combos, leaderboards and meta-game unlockables
  • Exciting two-player local co-op
  • Amazing graphical effects
  • All custom sound effects, and over 30 minutes of original soundtrack

Also, did we mention explosions? Everything from small explosions after a one shot kill, to huge explosions in swarm attacks, to massive explosions in epic boss battles.
Roche Fusion is bringing the classic space shooter into the new century with a fun mix of enemies, lasers and explosions in a unique, retro but polished 2-D style.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or newer
  • Processor: 1GHz Dual-Core
  • Graphics: Any OpenGL 3.2 capable card (Radeon HD 2xxx Series or Mobility Radeon HD 4330; GeForce 8xxx(M) Series; Intel HD Graphics, Ivy Bridge; or higher)
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Roche Fusion will run on any graphics card with support for OpenGL 3.2 or higher. If you are not sure that your card supports this, please make sure to look it up before you buy the game. (This is especially important for older AMD mobile, and integrated Intel GPUs).
  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: 2GHz Dual-Core
  • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card, Radeon HD 4xxx Series, GeForce 4xx Series, or higher
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Killing Spree
Get a combo multiplier of x5.
Getting settled
Open the settings screen.
Save up a fully charged ultimate for more than a minute (and no hiding behind upgrade stations!).
The part where he killed you
Die to an epic boss.
Complete the special unlock requirements for five different ships.
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Roche Fusion reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
Developed by Amulware, Roche fusion offers us its Shmup, a game that wants to be modern in its realization and "old school" in its gameplay while remaining innovative: let's see it closer... Pew! My last experiences in this field were "R-type" and "Parodius" as much as saying that it is a kind of game that I had completely forgotten. That's why during this test I transpired with big drops, shouted, to finally retry the nose glued to the screen and the knife between the teeth. This little Roche fusion I liked very much, especially in co-op, I who is not used to it. What I liked about this game? Well, I'll tell you: first of all, aesthetics: it's beautiful and full of flashy effects, lasers and neon lights, a true Odyssey for the retina. But we are not mistaken the realization is very modern; for example the interface of the game pitching in symbiosis with the movements of your ship which makes the battle very immersive, the effects of deflagration of enemy attacks are as many Fireworks exploding in a broom of multicolored flowers and Deadly. The game is rich in music with varied and hostile rhythms well diversified, no redundancy for your ears, there also the work is neat. Ditto for the sound effects it farts in every way without you sticking the migraine. You will tell me then: "it's a well done Shmup and then! There's so much! "Precisely, it was without relying on the malice and inventiveness of Amulware that is sprinkling its title a pinch of rogue-like, indeed the enemies are random, out of question to memorize the patterns, you can make ten parts in a row you will never get the same configuration of enemies in front of you. PEW PEW! In addition, an XP bar used for your evolution sits at the top of your screen and when it is full you also randomly get a choice between three evolutions for your ship ranging from defensive shield to active/offensive powers in through utility bonuses. For example: you pass your first level and in the three choices that are available to you you have to take either a shield of energy that will make you stronger or a passive that will change your main shot by widening or multiplying it or even the possibility of generating a black hole in front of you that will suck up everything that is within its reach including you and your teammate if you are not careful but who will have the merit of cleaning the screen of any enemy presence. Let's say that when you pass a level you cross your fingers to fall on the improvements that you prefer, which makes the game all the harder because if you come across bonuses that you do not like the party can turn into a nightmare. Read the full test on game side story: http://www.gamesidestory.com/2015/02/14/gametest-roche-fusion-pc/
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