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Unleash your rage and mow down hordes of undead in some action packed carnage inspired by Hotline Miami and Left 4 Dead!

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Gauge Of Rage is an arcade style top down shooter that pits you in the middle of a zombie horde. The main objective of the game is to kill as many undead as you can to load up your gauge of rage and unleash hell on your enemy. Push your limits and see how long you can last as you upgrade your powers and unlock new maps, weapons, and mobs to test your skills against.

KEY FEATURES: • Challenge yourself to see how long you can last in an infinite zombie horde. • Customize the way your gauge of rage works by slotting powers you unlock into the different tiers of the meter. • Pick up money to buy upgrades for your weapons. • Level up to unlock new maps, weapons, and mobs to fight. • Connect an Xbox controller to your computer to automatically sync with the game.

Keep in mind that this game just entered beta. You may experience bugs and you will need a decent PC to run the game with no slowdown, especially on the larger maps. I'm working hard on optimizing the game to run much faster, as well as fixing bugs. I will post frequent updates as soon as I make them.

If you like this game, be sure to check out our other game: Rogue Stache on Steam! http://store.steampowered.com/app/513250/Rogue_Stache/

Note: your antivirus software may flag this game as malicious simply because it is a .exe file. There is nothing malicious about this game.

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Gauge Of Rage Beta 0.9.15.zip 112 MB

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Any plans for a Linux version?

Unfortunately not as of right now, however if enough people demand it I'll consider porting it. I've just never been a Linux user and don't have a Linux machine to test it on right now.