UnMetal Released

UnMetal is now available, offering a 2D action game for Windows that's set in the 1970s and pays homage to media from the 1980s. It also features retro graphics and gameplay that recall the 80s as well. The Windows edition is available on the Epic Games Store, GOG.com, Humble Store*, and Steam (*Blue's News may receive a commission on sales of this item). The console versions are on the relevant system stores. There's also a playable demo for Windows on GOG.com and Steam. Here's an Official Trailer and here are some very metal details:
UnMetal is a 2D stealth/action game that takes place in 1972, players assume the role of Jesse Fox, a civilian inadvertently embroiled in an unplanned mission to prevent an attack on NATO. Shot down and incarcerated by a commando unit for a crime he didn't commit (cue music), his new mission is to escape from the heavily guarded clandestine military base he now finds himself imprisoned in.

There’s always an inherent risk of death sneaking around military facilities you clearly have no business creeping around, in UnMetal both stealth and crafting play a major role as players progress through the myriad of levels doing their utmost to avoid detection. Players can combine found items like circuit boards,wire and even things like unscented,unpatterned single ply toilet paper via their inventory system in order to craft new items to assist their escape. Who would have thought mission critical items would also include a soldier’s glass eye and eye patch to make a slingshot?