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Here's where we'll keep a list of our published updates to Agtnan: Monster Shutdown Sequence.

April 17th, 2020: New controls menu and custom graphics options (

  • ADDED: Improved main options screen with graphics level and resolution settings
  • ADDED: A customizable controls menu for setting/changing keybinds
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Thanks for looking into Agtnan: Monster Shutdown Sequence, the latest retro sci-fi FPS for PC from AAGH Games. I'm Richard, and I'm our programmer/artist, and I want to show you some videos about playing Agtnan.

If you're looking for a general control/game play synopsis, check out this older video of ours. It outlines the controls and basic concept of how the game works. It does feature an older build, though, so visually it's a bit out of date.

I can also point you to a video I posted recently of me earning an easy Conquest Victory on the newest map, Pyramid Patterns.

If you have any questions or comments, let us know and we'll be happy to help. 

Heya everyone, I'm sharing our latest upload to Itch, Agtnan: Monster Shutdown Sequence. It's been on Steam for a few months, but we wanted to share it here, as well, since this has been one of our more consistent places to share our work.

Agtnan is a sci-fi FPS survival game where you, as a robot, try to survive the Monster Shutdown Sequence used on stubborn robots who won't shut down on their own. In the current game mode, you pick of one of several colorful, unique arenas, and either survive for 6 minutes or kill 12 monsters to win. Collect Creds that fall from slain monsters and successful victories to upgrade your character.

We're planning to add more arenas, game modes and upgrades over the next year or so (our first new arena came out last month). We also have a singleplayer story mode in development, with tentative plans for debuting that next year.

Sorry about that! If you press escape during or after the comic, a button should appear near the bottom of the screen that will let you continue.  Hopefully this fixes it for you. 

Heya, I just wanted to share Home Run Bash, a small Android homerun derby game that my team and I created. It's designed for short, quick play sessions with easy-to-learn controls and a straight-forward premise. Tap the screen to charge your swing, time the pitcher's release and swing for the fences. There are three different stadiums to play in, each with differing wall distances and heights.There are also balloons floating over the field, and popping them will earn you extra points.

We used Google Play for our leaderboards and achievements, but they're entirely optional.

Here's a quick preview pic

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