Independent development team AK84C will be releasing their first title, Too Angry to Space, for Steam on August 08, 2016. Too Angry to Space is a self-described mixture of the 2D platforming and shoot ’em-up video game genres and has the player take on the role of Red Madson. The player is the only person left alive after aliens attacked a fully staffed space station, and now it’s their job to kill every hostile being on-board and get out alive. A trailer for the game can be viewed below (possibly not safe for work due to the design of the space station).

Too Angry to Space features controls so simple that the game can be played with one hand (AK84C recommends using the other to hold a beer), one hundred and sixty rooms split over fourteen levels, and an autosave feature that punishes the player for dying too often. Players will likely make constant use of the autosave – AK84C describes the game as “unforgiving of mistakes”.

There is currently no retail price listed for Too Angry to Space on Steam; this article will be updated when that information becomes available. If you want to learn a bit more about the game and the people behind it, you can check out their website.

Too Angry Too Space

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Quick Take

Too Angry to Space looks absolutely ridiculous, and I love it. It’s that goofy sort of game that doesn’t take itself seriously at all, and really captures the feel and look of the ’90s era of games – excuse plot and all. It looks like there will be plenty of replay value in this game, so if you enjoyed the games that Too Angry to Space is trying to emulate, you’ll likely enjoy this just as much.

What are your thoughts on Too Angry to Space? Think you’ll give it a shot when it releases next week? Let us know in the comment section below.

Brandon Bobal

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Brandon writes articles with focuses on video and board games, and Magic: The Gathering. When he isn't doing research for his weekly Magic: The Gathering column, he can be found enjoying the outdoors.

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