Skyshine’s Bedlam now officially and fully reduxed

Published On March 17, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | Macintosh

When the turn-based strategy game Bedlam was released by Versus Evil several months ago, it didn’t do so well. Okay, that happens. But what usually follows is the developer will either move on to the next project or just shut its doors. But not Skyshine Games. Believing fully in the project, they took in all of the player feedback, made some heavy adjustments, and have now re-released the game as Bedlam: Redux. This major update offers improved gameplay mechanics and several new features, all based on what you, the Bedlam community, suggested.

Bedlam: Redux

Most notably, Bedlam: Redux features an all new campaign and a new “arcade” gameplay mode.

Skyshine’s BEDLAM: REDUX! offers gamers a challenging and rewarding turn based strategy game set in an over the top post-apocalyptic wasteland with a unique art style, tons of character and hours worth of replayability. The game puts players in the role of the revered and mysterious Mechanic, whose mission is to safely escort passengers and crew in a massive rolling fortress called a Dozer while cleansing Bedlam of chaos and reaching a distant utopia known as Aztec City. In this post-apocalyptic wasteland, with deadly factions threatening you at every turn, it’s not going to be easy.

But really, would we want it to be? What’s the fun in cushy post-apolalyptic passenger escort missions? Seems like a waste when you’re driving this:

Bedlam: Redux

To celebrate the overhaul, Bedlam: Redux is on sale for $9.99 through March 20th. That’s 50% off the normal asking price, so if you want to try it (or try it again), now’s the time to do so.

For more information, visit www.gobedlam.com.

 

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