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Niche Spotlight – Earth Atlantis

This is Niche Spotlight. In this column, we regularly introduce new games to our fans, so please leave feedback and let us know if there’s a game you want us to cover!

Today’s Spotlight is Earth Atlantis, a side-scrolling shooter by Pixel Perfex and Headup that recently made its way to PC following its console release.

The game is set in a post-apocalyptic Earth following a massive flood. The oceans of the world are populated with mechanical sea monsters, and as a professional hunter, its your job to destroy them in your heavily armed custom submarine. The game’s aesthetic is heavily inspired by old maps from the Age of Sail, when sailors believed that the seas were populated by giant serpents and other monsters. You can check out a trailer above.

Earth Atlantis is now available on Windows PC (via Steam), iOS, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One for $14.99.

Here’s a rundown of the game:


“The Great Climate Shift” struck at end of the 21st century. Ninety six percent of the earth’s surface is underwater. Human civilization has fallen. Machines have adopted the shape and form of marine animals. The ocean is full of creature-machine hybrid monsters. You are a “Hunter” and the new journey begins…

Earth Atlantis is a side-scrolling shooter with an original “Monster-Hunting” gameplay. Search and hunt down dreadful sea monsters and explore the post-apocalyptic underwater world. Unlock multiple ships with special weapons and abilities for your journey and become a legendary hunter!

The game is presented in a very unique and artistic “Old Sketching” visual style, which expresses the essence of the 14th century’s ocean exploration when the sea was considered a dangerous place full of monsters.

Key Features:

  • Original side-scrolling shooter with monster-hunting objective
  • Unique “Old Sketching” visual style
  • Two game modes (Quest mode, Hunter mode)
  • 4 Playable ships with unique weapons
  • 25 large monsters and 4 enemy ships to hunt with 12 special events to complete

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Frank Streva

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Niche Gamer’s resident indie expert. Digs through the Steam new releases so you don’t have to. Massive fan of miniature and board games as well.