is now available
offering an action game for Windows, macOS, and Linux where you play as a robot
contending with a black hole that's gone rogue (thanks Acleacius). This
off the game's platforming action, which is described thusly: "A wandering black
hole – a rogue singularity, in fact – has crashed into your star system, turning
countless worlds into floating debris. You control a plucky little robot,
traversing the remnants of these worlds while dodging hazards, escaping hostile
creatures, and solving devious puzzles. Every level is procedurally generated,
so you will never play the same game twice." Here's more:
Singularity takes players back to the golden age of third-person precision
platformers, ideal for speedrunning.
Your first job is simply to survive. Each level is packed with hazards, and
simply getting from one end to the other with your robot in one piece will be a
challenge. As your skills grow, you will be challenged not not only survive, but
to reach the end of the level in the fastest possible time. Tackle a level that
has been shared through the online community, and you will even be able to race
against the ghost of the fastest player.
No level will be the same twice. Each location in Rogue Singularity is
procedurally generated for infinite replayability, but any level you
successfully complete is shared with the rest of the community. Master the
level, share it, and you’ll set the pace for others to strive for as they jostle
for the #1 spot on the leaderboard.
There are also weekly challenges which allow you only one chance to make it to
the end safely and get your time on the leaderboard. Will you be the fastest