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WARNING CONTAINS FLASHING IMAGERY, HEAVY TOPICS SUCH AS MENTAL ILLNESS AND DISTURBING CONTENT. USER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

With my mind broken, the emotional mania is jarring. With my memory fragmented, I fear piecing together the truth. With the choices I'm given, what was once black and white is now gray. But in the midst of it all, surely I can change.

A Psychological Top-Down Shooter where you don't have to kill everyone. Action-stealth game play, turn invisible and outsmart your enemies. The story of a Terrorist who is given a second chance to redeem himself.

Fast paced, Tight and responsive game-play - Taking out enemies feels punchy, satisfying and immediate.
Quirky, charming and outright bizarre dialogue  - Interact with in-game characters that have dialogue inspired by Earthbound/Mother Series.
Dynamic and Bumping soundtrack - A huge soundtrack with unique music changes as you play.
Pretty Pixel art - A game created with a deliberate and distinct pixel art animation style.
Free-form Stealth-Action - Go in guns blazing, or turn invisible and take out your enemies strategically or utilize a mix of both.
A mysterious Event - Uncover the truth of this terrorist attack and the motives behind the people you're hunting down.
Dynamic gun-play - A wide variance of weapons to utilize, almost every single weapon in the game plays  differently than  the other.

What will you choose? - You decide who lives and who rightfully deserves to die. A shooter that doesn't just involve killing people...

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A video game created by a single person with love.

I hope you enjoy my game.

-Brandon

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Epilepsy warning, this game contains flashing imagery.

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Buy Now$10.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $10 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Nameless 1.1.zip 127 MB

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Nameless Demo.zip 26 MB

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Played your game on my series, Indie Game Roundup (starts at 41:23 if embed isn't working). Was my favorite game of the episode! Keep up the good work!

That was entertaining! I enjoyed watching you play and commentate Astuka!