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Iro Hero Releases

 

 

December 16, in the year of our Lord 2019 -- Eastasiasoft is bringing the retro-inspired vertical-scrolling shoot ‘em up Iro Hero to PS4 and Xbox One. Developed by Artax Games and ported by eastasiasoft, Iro Hero will be available digitally worldwide for US$5.99/€5.99.

Iro Hero combines the old school, pixelated charm of 80s arcade shooters with modern mechanics and gameplay. Combining complex enemy AI, polarity mechanics, and light puzzle elements, Iro Hero unleashes mind-melting mayhem on all platforms! Players will have to shift polarities to avoid color-coded hazards, balance an array of unlockable skills, and make use of reflective surfaces and color areas if they’re to make it through Iro Hero’s 9 action-packed stages intact.

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About Iro Hero

Iro Hero is a vertical shoot ’em up with beautiful pixel art graphics inspired by many old-school classics. Staged across 9 action-packed levels, Iro Hero features a unique and fresh approach to the popular color polarity mechanic, with interactive level elements, color zones, reflective surfaces and much more.

Encounter 10 different types of enemies with over a hundred different behaviors, and defeat 10 final bosses in the vein of classic arcade games. Unlock special skills throughout the game to help you land a final blow or escape from desperate situations.

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