Factsheet

Developer:
Drix Studios
Based in Naga City, Philippines

Release date:
September 2016

Platforms:
PC
Steam Store

Website:
drix-studios.com

Regular Price:

USD9.99

Description

Unaided: 1939 is a top-down stealth shooter set in the year 1939 before the start of World War II. Germany has not yet attacked Poland but tensions have already risen in central Europe. Cut off from her agency and contacts, you alone must do your part in weakening the Nazis and stopping this war before it even begins.

History

As a gamer, Justin enjoyed playing Metal Gear and other shooter games. One day, he saw a youtube video by Corridor Digital about a 3D live-action, top-down shooter. In awe, he quickly made a 3D top-down shooter prototype using Unreal Engine 4. Seeing as the game could potentially be a hit top-down game such as Metal Gear and Hotline Miami, Justin decided to pursue developing the game full-time after graduating from college.

Features

  • Fast-paced World War II top-down action
  • Tense stealth mechanics
  • A hard and challenging game
  • Interesting storyline and characters
  • Witness Germany just before the outbreak of World War II

Videos

Unaided: 1939 Launch Trailer YouTube


Images

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Steam Store page
Check out the game at store.steampowered.com.


About Drix Studios

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A one-man game development company run from a home office, developing both 2D and 3D games for web, mobile, and desktop gaming.

More information
More information on Drix Studios, our logo & relevant media are available here.


Unaided: 1939 Credits

Justin Villegas
Business and Development

Pete Ranosa
Artist, Freelancer

Jema Manallo
Artist, Freelancer

James Wingo
Composer, Freelancer

William Stermer
Writer, Freelancer


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