Chains Of Fury – A Retro FPS For A Modern, Filthy Audience

Go try the Chains of Fury demo on Steam now, and if you like it, consider funding it on Kickstarter. The end.

Duke Nukem immediately comes to mind and is referred to in the material for Chains of Fury, from Cobble Games – now available on Kickstarter and free to play as a playable demo on Steam.

If DN is a household name, you’ll appreciate that this will be an FPS, and unlike the aforementioned, it’s likely we won’t have to wait years for it. Pending it gets funded. I don’t see how it won’t be.

Chains of Fury is a ‘bloody, fast-paced, retro looter-shooter filled with Easter eggs, pop culture references, and naughty humor’. That’s more or less covered an audience in one. Yeah, this is one doesn’t need explaining.

Still, let’s at least have a look at the Chains of Fury key features?

  • Destructible walls. Bash, jump, demolish, and cause mayhem in six different worlds filled with destructible environmental elements. Forget about keys or lockpicks – tear apart and crush obstacles instead.
  • Hidden secrets. Loads of Easter eggs and secrets are waiting to be found.
  • Retro-inspired. Experience the bloody retro vibe you remember from 90’s classics like Duke NukemQuakeUnreal Tournament, and Doom, but in a modern shooter.
  • Comic book visual style. Dive into a game world that looks and feels just like a comic book.
  • Dark humor. Forget the pompous pep-talk protagonists that modern shooters deliver these days and enjoy punchlines that will remind you of the times when FPS games made you smile.
  • Split-screen multiplayer. Play with your friends or against your foes.
  • Guns, guns, and more guns! Lots of crazy weapons at your disposal, from shotguns and machine guns to a grappling hook, shrink ray, and more.

Here’s the Chains of Fury trailer (getting XIII vibes?):

If you want to try the game first, you can head to the respective Steam page for the demo. If this announcement had you at hello, hop on over to the Kickstarter page and get out your parents’ credit card.