the game is really exciting
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
WolverineSoft Studio presents
You're a robot. Beep boop. Now mow them down.
Circuitry is a 2D top-down twin-stick roguelike shooter heavily inspired by 2015 indie hit Nuclear Throne. The player is a robot with the ability to dash and wield guns. Guide them through an infinite journey as they make their way through dangerous abandoned wastelands, run down by hostile and armed drones.
Circuitry was created by a 25-person team at the University of Michigan's WolverineSoft Studio, a semester-long voluntary student games studio. It is an educational case study on Vlambeer's Nuclear Throne, and takes heavy inspiration from its UI and game mechanics. This project was in development from September 6th, 2020, to December 6th, 2020.
|Art Directors||George Castle|
|Audio Directors||Bradley Gurwin|
|Design Director||Matthew Rader|
|Programming Director||Billy Bostick|
|Pod Leads||Angela Salacata|
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