Blade of Agony is much more than just a pastiche of the classic shooters that inspired it; the project will offer a unique experience. It also has many features not often seen in source port projects--Blade of Agony truly pushes GZDoom to its limits.
- 17 playable and unique levels in Chapter 1 & 2 (over 24 in the full game)
- Orchestra-quality game music
- Voice acting and ambient soundscapes
- A combination of low-poly models and hi-resolution sprite assets to create the perfect retro feeling
- Devastating armaments from the battlefields of WWII
- Interactive NPCs that support the twisted plot's progress and help you understand the game
- Beautiful special effects (weather, elements, explosions, etc.)
- Much, much more!
Flatpak from here,
Snap from here,
Blade of Agony runs really well on my Windows 7 install on my skylake rigg.
I installed to my Arch/sklake set up with the flatpak version. The install went easily and the game ran. However for some reason the graphics were very blocky and the game did not run as smoothly as the windows install. This is a shame as installing was a easy one click affair just as advertised by the flatpak folk.
I have not tried out the snap version yet.
Nearly forgot, if you try and get stuck throwing grenades in the training session the answer can be found here,
you will need the information if you want to throw grenades or kick someone anywhere in the game.
Edited by abarbarian, 08 June 2018 - 06:36 AM.