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Rogue-lites are a dime-a-dozen these days, which means you really need something to stand out. Fortunately, Windblown has just that. Not only does it have its distinctive art style to fall back on, but it is also developed by a team that has already proven its worth, that being Motion Twin, developers of the indie-hit rogue-lite Dead Cells.

Want a look at how Windblown plays? Well, you're in luck, as Motion Twin has just dropped a new gameplay trailer, check it out!

Windblown challenges you and up to 2 of your friends to tackle fast-paced action against dangerous foes. Hop between the ever-changing islands and destroy the Sentinels, the minions of the evil Vortex that threatens your home.

Collect a variety of weapons, trinkets, gifts, and... fish? As you work to unlock your full potential as a Leaper. With customizable weapons, and the ability to carry 2 at any one time, you'll have to work out which strategy works best for you as you progress through the biomes. Maybe you'll discover some secret moves depending on what weapons you have? And don't forget to strategize with your co-op partners too!

Windblown is launching into Steam early access later this year, with the developers planning to incorporate community feedback into further development of the game. You can wishlist the game and follow its development to be made aware of future testing opportunities!

Are you excited about the early access release of Windblown later this year? Let us know in the comments below!

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Oliver Stogden
Oliver began playing video games at an early age, starting with the SNES console and Commodore Amiga computer. Nowadays, his interest is in the future of portable technology, such as handheld gaming systems, portable power stations/banks, and portable monitors. And seeing just how far we can push these devices.
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