The makers of space-based mech combat game "Strike Suit Zero" have announced a standalone expansion pitting your robot that is also a ship against waves of robots that are likewise ships on the PC.
The April 30 release doesn't require a copy of "Strike Suit Zero," but from the announcement, mechanically you're doing the same thing, strafing and shooting, building up that meter so you can transform and wipe out even more enemies, with score multipliers for chaining together kills.
From the developer:
In Strike Suit Infinity, players fight to stay alive as long as possible against a never-ending army of enemies, with the intention of surviving each round and climbing as high up the leaderboards as possible. Each round is comprised of numerous waves of enemies, which get progressively harder.
In order to reach the top of the leaderboard, players will need to successfully chain their scoring to increase their score multiplier. The multiplier will decay however, so players must maintain rhythm while quickly despatching enemy ships.
You can check out screens from "Strike Suit Infinity" below. It will be available for purchase on Steam next week for $6.99.
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