Genre: Action, Indie, Early Access
Developer: South East Games
Publisher: South East Games
Release Date: 13 Oct, 2015
About This Game
Paint the Town Red is a chaotic first person melee combat game set in different locations and time periods. The voxel-based enemies can be punched, bashed, kicked, stabbed and sliced completely dynamically using almost anything that isn’t nailed down.You’ll need to use your wits, speed and anything you can get your hands on in epic bar fights, disco brawls, old west saloon rumbles, college frat house beat-downs and a lot more.We’ll be adding more levels to the Early Access versions leading up to release and look forward to creating the best level ideas from the community. Please follow and add to your Wishlist to keep up to date on development and be notified on release.Current FeaturesCompletely destructible voxel-based enemiesBiker Bar, Disco, Prison and Pirate Cove scenarios with unique enemies, weapons, etcArena mode with new challenges added frequentlyOnline Co-op MultiplayerLevel Editor and Steam Workshop support with hundreds of user created levelsLeaderboardsSandbox level to test features, weapons and mechanicsVast array of level and period appropriate weaponryBoss enemies that present unique challenges and rewardsFull controller supportUpcoming FeaturesA rogue-like mode with character progression and persistent unlockablesMore scenario levels set in the past, present and futureAn endless Arena mode for single player and co-opMany more enemy and weapon types
Minimum:OS: Windows XP SP2Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2 GHz (or AMD equivalent)Memory: 2 GB RAMGraphics: DirectX 9c, Shader Model 3 GPU with 512MB Video RAMDirectX: Version 9.0cStorage: 2 GB available spaceAdditional Notes: If you are on or around the min spec then you may need to run with Low graphics options and at a lower resolution.
Recommended:OS: Windows 7 or later, 64 BitProcessor: Intel Quad Core i5 @ 2.5 GHz (or AMD equivalent)Memory: 3 GB RAMGraphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670+DirectX: Version 11Storage: 2 GB available space