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Strike Suit Infinity This Month

Born Ready Games announces Strike Suit Infinity, a "wave-based score-chaser" using the same setting and gameplay mechanics as Strike Suit Zero, though the original space combat game is not required for the new one. The game will be released through Steam on April 30th for USD $6.99. Here are some screenshots and here's word on how this will work:

In Strike Suit Infinity, players fight to stay alive as long as possible against a never-ending armada of enemies, with the intention of surviving each round and climbing as high up the leaderboards as possible. Each round is comprised of numerous waves of enemies, which get progressively harder. In order to reach the top of the leaderboard, players will need to successfully chain their scoring to increase their score multiplier. The multiplier will decay however, so players must maintain rhythm while quickly dispatching enemy ships.

In between rounds, players can use credits earned during combat to purchase reinforcements. Reinforcements range from Interceptors and Fighters all the way up to Cruisers and Frigates challenging players to make strategic choices to get to the top of the leaderboard.

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