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  Digerati at Steam Next Fest: A Musical Story, Overloop, Terror of Hemasaurus, and Tunnel of Doom
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28 September, 2021 – The latest Steam Next Fest is scheduled to begin later this week, and publisher Digerati is happy to confirm players will be able to download demos for four of its upcoming titles. The demos will be available for the duration of the event, which starts this Friday, 1 October, at 10am PDT, and runs until 7 October, 10am PDT.  The Digerati games participating in the festival are: stylish, narrative-driven rhythm game, A Musical Story; dystopian cloning-based puzzle-platformer, Overloop; monstrous retro city smash 'em up, Terror of Hemasaurus; and subterranean action rogue-lite hybrid, Tunnel of Doom

A MUSICAL STORY Part of this year's official Day of the Devs selection, A Musical Story is a rhythm game set against a 70s backdrop. Explore the memories of Gabriel, a young man trying to come to terms with his situation through the connections to his musical memory. A Musical Story is currently scheduled to launch later this year for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, iOS. Press kit: Steam: Trailer:

OVERLOOP A light-hearted puzzle-platformer set in an oddball dystopia. Armed with a Quantic Matter Reproduction Device (aka 'QMRD' aka 'a cloning gun'), create and sacrifice clones of yourself in order to survive as you rise up against the authoritarian rule of nefarious tech megacorp, Infinity Inc. Overloop is currently scheduled to launch 2022 for PC and consoles. Steam:

TERROR OF HEMASAURUS Play as a giant monster and wreak havoc on humanity in this retro city smash ‘em up and the latest over-the-top, modern arcade experience from Super Blood Hockey developer, Loren Lemcke! Punch buildings, slap helicopters, eat humans, kick cars – enjoy multiple ways to cause carnage!  Terror of Hemasaurus is currently scheduled to launch early next year for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S.

Press kit:



Tunnel of Doom is an action rogue-lite hybrid that mixes tower defense with melee and ranged combat gameplay. Randomly generated, every run is different as you guide Angel on a quest to rescue her husband. Gather resources, discover perks, and use what you find to battle waves of monsters. Tunnel of Doom is currently scheduled to launch later this year for PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One.

Press kit:

Tunnel of Doom | Trailer

Press contact: [email protected]

About Digerati

As a publisher, Digerati is dedicated to helping independent developers bring their creations to market and into the hands of gamers. We take care of funding, distribution, marketing and production, leaving developers to focus on what they love – making incredible games and unique experiences. Contact: [email protected]

About Glee-Cheese Studio

Glee-Cheese Studio is a small french video game studio, whose motto is to develop innovative games with a strong artistic identity.

About Loren Lemcke

Operating in Turku, Finland, Games by Loren Lemcke is a one-man indie studio trapped in a tangent universe where the arcade scene of the ‘80s and ‘90s lived on forever.

About Antti Vaihia

Based in Helsinki, Finland, Antti Vaihia is a web designer by day, and indie game hobbyist by night. Tunnel of Doom is his second game, following his debut title Gun Bombers, which launched on Steam in 2016.

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