A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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An old robot named H-34-RT wakes up in a derelict space station orbiting his home planet. His civilization was destroyed long ago by evil O'Xelg, but he has yet to figure that out. After an initial shock, he decides to follow his old defense routines: that means fighting the invaders, even if he is alone now.

Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story is a challenging, squad-based shoot-em-up/bullet hell roguelite. Fly through tons of bullets, defeat various enemies and engage challenging bosses, all this to help a lonely robot complete his mission.

Full Game Features:

  • Start out alone, but rescue allies as you progress
  • Change you fleet formation to avoid bullets and focus fire
  • Use your ally special abilities to boost your firepower or heal yourself
  • 2 Player Local-Co Op Support
  • Your allies do not level up by killing enemies. Rather they get stronger once they get to know you and each other better
  • Fly through eight different levels, encountering various enemies and fighting your way to the O'Xelg communication base

Demo / Preview Version Features:

  • Two allies that will join and support you
  • Two playable ships
  • Two levels
  • 2 Player Local-Co Op Support


Purchase

Buy Now$7.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

lazy-galaxy-rebel-story-windows-release.zip 69 MB
Version 1
lazy-galaxy-rebel-story-osx-universal.zip 73 MB
Version 1
lazy-galaxy-rebel-story-linux-universal.zip 84 MB
Version 1

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Windows.zip 67 MB
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OSX.zip 71 MB
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Linux.zip 163 MB

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Had fun with the demo. I like the graphics, the story is cute & the controls are so much better when disabling that 'movement start slowly'option. :) Good luck with the launch! 

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Hey! Thanks for checking the game out. Duly noted: I'll disable the acceleration by default, thanks for the feedback!

I think it makes the movement a lot smoother and it gives you a better chance of dodging those alien tentalasers. :)