3D Bullet Hell Touhou Mechanical Scrollery Flies to Steam Today
TOKYO – 1 May 2020 – Touhou Mechanical Scrollery, the full freedom 3D bullet hell where flying girls hunt gigantic mecha spiders across gorgeous landscapes from publisher Phoenixx Inc. and developer Mikosan Manners, takes off to Steam for PC today.
Weave through projectiles filling the sky like fireworks to get in melee range then beat robotic invaders to build up energy for long-range attacks. Knock off enemy parts including weapons, then obliterate what’s left with a hail of bullets from up close or long-range. Harvest parts from their broken bodies to combine with materials found in the environment and create new equipment.
Soar over the beautiful forests, snowy fields and desert sands of Gensokyo across four difficulties. Play as one of two girls, each with her own special abilities, as they fend off the invaders.
“The story will be familiar to Touhou Project fans, as we’ve reimagined Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom, the 15th title in the main series, in 3D,” said Shokutaku no G, co-founder, Mikosan Manners. “The members of our team bonded at university over our love of the Touhou Project series, and we thought it only fitting our first game should combine the beauty and power of modern game development with that beloved franchise to make an unrivalled 3D bullet hell experience.”
Touhou Mechanical Scrollery will cost USD $19.99/16.79€ and support English, Japanese and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified). It is an unofficial entry in the Touhou Project, recognized by the Guinness World Records as the “most prolific fan-made shooter series.”
About Mikosan Manners
Mikosan Manners was started by a group of university friends sharing a love for the Touhou Project to learn game development. Touhou Mechanical Scrollery is the studio’s first project.
Established in 2019 by industry veterans, Phoenixx aims to support innovative and creative developers from Japan and around the world. Its mission is to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one creator, one game and one community a time.