Trike: an arcade shooter suffering from an unfortunate bout of worms
Sep 13, 2012
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Worm-based indie games have been a little thin on the ground since 2007's
, but the invertebrates are back with a vengeance in Sebastian Janisz's Trike, an arcade shooter that puts you on the other side of the great People-Worm war that nearly claimed Kevin Bacon's life in Tremors.
The game plays like a mixture of Snake and Asteroids – if you replace said asteroids with, as Janisz puts it, “a growing mass of writhing worms”. Once you've stopped screaming, note the presence of a
, which offers up one difficulty level of endless worm-clearing action. Janisz is also offering free copies of the game to anyone who upvotes it on
, but only for a limited time. At the time of writing, there are only 876 left, so if you're interested you might want to get a wriggle on. Icky trailer below.
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