In Impaler you can shoot demons or summon spikes to slay them, build barriers, and reach higher ground. Its fast-paced gameplay was designed for quick and intense playthroughs and the rogue-like elements will turn each run into a unique challenge.
The game runs on a custom-built game engine and was developed by the solo developer Apptivus as a weekend passion project over the course of the last 4 years. Which is one way to spend the last 212 Saturdays and Sundays.
Project Warlock, on the other hand, currently celebrates its fourth birthday and stays popular with 93% of positive reviews recently on Steam and the latest PC Big Box released under the wings of legendary John Romero.
Impaler is releasing on Steam on December 6 for $2.99.
Apptivus is a solo indie developer that creates toys, software, and video games.
Retrovibe is a publisher that aims to unlock next levels of fun by delivering new indie games with a retro heart. It was established in 2021 by a group of experienced games industry professionals.