Paradox Vector, a first-person shooter inspired by the classic FPS games like Doom and Quake, and the old-school vector graphics games of the early 1980s, is set for release this August.
Developed by solo indie dev Michael Schmidt of Schmidt Workshops, the game is currently in Early Access on Steam, with the developer planning for a full release sometime in August.
It has already garnered quite a bit of attention, here are a few articles and other links:
- Buried Treasure – https://buried-treasure.org/2020/01/paradox-vector/
- Gamespew – https://www.gamespew.com/2020/02/paradox-vector-is-a-brain-bending-retro-inspired-first-person-shooter/
- Fanbyte – https://www.fanbyte.com/features/the-protestant-reformation-of-the-first-person-shooter/
- Alpha Beta Gamer – https://youtu.be/TasY7TmoYnc
…and many others, you can find them by going to YouTube or Twitch and typing Paradox Vector in the search.
I feel like this is a graphic style that is due for a comeback, given the popularity of pixel art games of this past decade.Michael Schmidt of Schmidt Workshops
Feel free to learn more about the game at www.paradoxvector.com.
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