Ailment: space bullet hell 9+

Bullet rush space indie game

Ivan Panasenko

    • 4.7 • 2K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

If you’re looking for a free-to-play story-driven action-packed game with lots of guns, hordes of enemies, super intense game-play with horror ambience and sci-fi movie references, then Ailment is the perfect choice for you.

Dive into dramatic surrounding and get old-school vibes from this pixel-art adventure. Finish solo play campaign and master your skills playing PVP Multiplayer with your friends or players around the world.

And you can always play offline if there’s no connection, you’re on a train, or on a bus, or even a plane.

HARDCORE SINGLEPLAYER CAMPAIGN:
In-game story takes place on a spaceship in a far-far galaxy. The main character wakes up in a med bay after being unconscious for three days and he sees that all of his crew became enemies. The last thing he remembers is returning from another spaceship where he had a rescue mission. But he arrived everyone on that ship was already dead... He has to remember what happened to him and find out the truth.

PVP ONLINE MULTIPLAYER:
Get guns, change characters’ skins and challenge your friends or player all over the world in PVP Multiplayer mode, show them what your worth!

CUSTOMIZABLE CONTROLS:
Not comfy with the controls? Change them as you wish!

MULTIPLE LOCALIZATIONS:
* French
* Spanish
* Italian
* English
* Russian
* Ukrainian
* Japanese
* Chinese
* Portuguese
* Polish
* Korean
* Turkish

OTHER COOL FEATURES:
* Tons of different weapon
* Brutal animations
* Atmospheric sound effects
* Ability to bring NPCs with you
* Liveable and talkative main character
* Good humour
* Short levels
* Hard-core gameplay

So If you’re a hardcore player and a huge fan of RPG, retro, dungeon crawler, hard-core, shooter or adventure games then download Ailment right now and have hours of fun!


Thanks to:
Volodymyr Shyshov for Ukrainian localization
Marta Barrena Domingues for Spanish localization
Cédric Hautefeuille for French localization
Jorge Cruz for Portuguese localization
Efdal Karaaslan for Turkish localization
Nicola Giuseppe Colafemmina for Italian localization
Natalie Stanley-Ward for English localization
Rafał Miszkurka for Polish localization
Min Joo Song for Korean localization
Mintoda for Japanese localization


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This app allows you to purchase virtual items within the app and may contain third-party advertisements that may redirect you to a third-party site.

What’s New

Version 3.1.0

*Bug fixing
*Edited UI

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

dans.w/a.j ,

Classic Graphics + Innovative Design = Solid Game!

I’m not normally one for horror stories, but Ailment stood out to me because this feels like Pixel Starships (different app game but also in space) but in a FPS narrative. This game might sound a little too good to be true, but that’s because its marketing mechanic is the first I’ve seen (at least). In the game, you can certainly get weapons/heal as the story progresses. However where Ailment diverts from most games is that it doesn’t force ads on you; instead it GIVES you the choice to get in-game currency / 200pt / revives via watching ads, in ADDITION to using real currency for game perks. I just started the game, but the storytelling merges with the game design JUST enough to keep it small and intimate for your storage but also keeping that balance of keeping the player (us) interested.
I think this game achieves a good balance between keeping the users entertained and supporting the creator(s) of the game. If anything~ regardless of what game mode you end up playing with, Ailment seeks to include YOU instead of just holding your hand through powerups. Which is rare because ALL the details makes it easy and fun to think about all the intricacies of the game.

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for such a great review!!

Tiseke ,

Enraptured and Thoroughly Enamored

As a casual player of games I don’t really find too many things to keep me interested for so long, but ailment is definitely one of them! I can tell a lot of work was put into the game and it pays off!! Contrary to what other people say I think the amount of damage and quick deaths add to how interesting a game is. There can never be the right amount of damage in a situation and the fact that you have to add strategy towards your attacks due to fearing death (instead of strolling in guns blazing) keeps me and many others interested! Also, I really like that ailment goes on an add or point based health recovery system rather than a time based one because with time based ones I get bored fast and click off to wait! This makes it really fast and easy!!!! Overall I really appreciate the game and how much effort was put into it despite it being free+!!!!! Thank you so much! ❤️❤️
Psps: I find the art style and characters/story line very endearing!!🚀

GmatterG ,

Good potential

Played when first released, tried again and recall why I stopped before. Maybe not an issue on tablets, but on phone, the dialogue obscures the screen and while I appreciate the attention to story, for me, I’d disable text if I could. Another annoyance are the doors constantly opening and closing. Perhaps it’s hearing the same annoying sound effect, hundreds and hundreds of times, but either the delay should be longer or the doors should remain open until they are off screen. Another annoying issue is container interaction where UI doesn’t always display interaction icon, and while you can still interact, you also fire weapon and unnecessarily waste ammo/durability. I assume this is due to nearby enemies. Lastly, the level designs can be tedious: “go way over there to unlock a door right here and do that a half dozen times per level and traverse previously explored areas to return to said door”. This would not be so annoying if it were not the standard level design approach. Harsh critique but there is too much potential here to not mention what’s holding it back.

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