Get To The Orange Door Mixes Platforming With Stylized Visual FPS

Developer Arcade Coin has submitted a new first person shooter to Steam Greenlight, and is currently looking for approval from the community for their new parkour style shooter, Get To The Orange Door.

The first thing that you will notice is the minimalistic graphics style the developers chose that gives Get To The Orange Door a unique aesthetic art style, throw in the parkour of Mirror’s Edge style platforming elements and you have a formula for something that could be pretty cool.

for now, there are two main game modes that makes up the core of Get To The Orange Door. As the title suggests, that is the main gimmick, but it isn’t that simple. The developer says that there are six different worlds you will have to fight through, each with their own theme to make them more unique. and within those six worlds there are about ten stages each to give you more variety and gameplay. While you attempt to reach your goal, the weapons and the enemies will be spawned randomly around the environment to make each playthrough more unique to add an additional challenge.

However, there is a second game mode type that plays out as a control point objective game called Emission. In Emission, there are two teams, one team must defend their control points and barriers that block the enemy out, while the other team must break in and try to tear down all the barriers to capture and/or destroy the control points. Get To The Orange Door is listed as a Single Player game, but it isn’t clear yet if there will be any type of multiplayer options to play with other players.

The developer says that there will be more game modes to come in the future and hopes to get them done before the game launches later this year in 2016. Don’t let the above header image fool you because I think the trailer showcases the game a lot better. Check out the gameplay teaser trailer for Get To The Orange Door that I linked down below.

Not sure about the game yet? Check out the developers Itch.IO page where you can download the demo to test it out for yourself. If you don’t want to pay any money, just click on the “No thanks, just take me to the download” button.

Get To The Orange Door is currently on Steam Greenlight and is looking for approval from the community to become a Steam game, so if you are interested you can follow the provided link to cast your vote.


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