Isometric Shooter ‘Tom Vs the Armies of Hell’ Releases Next Week

Posted July 21, 2016 by John Little in Gaming News, PC, Release Date, Screenshots, Trailers

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Silly sounding isometric indie action game Tom Vs the Armies of Hell has been confirmed for release from its Early Access state on the 27th this month.

We play as Tom, an overworked, underpaid and very bored software engineer who one day finds a portal to Hell has opened underneath his office in an experiment gone wrong.

Tom’s office now hurtling through the warp, our hero manages to get himself turned into a demon hybrid. Now more powerful than ever before and armed with experimental weaponry, Tom can try to fight back the hordes of demons, and hopefully save his soul.

From the trailers the game looks quite silly and enjoyable – your gun absorbs souls to use as ammunition against demons, and there looks to be some comedic writing involved.

Six levels are included, and the game will be releasing for Steam on both Windows and Mac at a price of £6.99.

We’ve also got review code of the game, so keep an eye out for our full opinions soon.

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John Little
John Little

I started gaming with the release of the PS1 - Crash Bandicoot and Ridge Racer Revolution being the first 'real' games I ever set eyes on - and have been enthralled with the medium ever since. I particularly love strategy and horror games, the sort offered by titles such as Total War and Silent Hill, though I also have a soft spot for a good RPG. I studied Journalism at university in the hopes of progressing into writing about games. You'll most likely find me covering indie games as I'm always on the look out for interesting little titles, and generally I stick to the PC and PS4 platforms. I'm not interested in MMOs or really any kind of online game, and I have an unusual and frankly worryingly expensive obsession with collecting gaming guide books, but aside from that I like to think I'm a well rounded average gamer. Find me on twitter @JohnLittle29

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