Indie Studio Cuco Code has just published their multiplayer side-scroller fighting platformer Occultus Command on PC. The game uses an “extreme” visual style with lots of muscles and deep shading, reminiscent of 90s comic books.
The setting is all the way into 3260, and humanity has advanced to the point where there are vibrant communities deep underground. It’s a good thing too. A cosmic storm is approaching that threatens to nuke all life on Earth, and the only escape is to find the hidden underground city of Occultus.
A lot of people don’t seem to want you to get there for some reason, but you’ve got cool destructive powers to make short work of them. The game is a co-op affair but can be played solo — that works by switching between the two characters at will.
- Local co-op.
- Multiple power ups.
- Training room to complete an optional tutorial.
- 90s comic book-style art.
- Tough bosses.
- A synth-hip hop infused soundtrack.
Occultus Command is available today on Steam for $9.99.
It is the year 3260, a cosmic storm threatens to end life on Earth’s upper layer and you must escape underground to a world called Occultus. Discover what is hidden inside. In Occultus Command solo and local co-op 2-player modes are available. Switch between characters mid-combo and use other devastating team attacks.