Everyday Shooter is a shooter developed by Jonathan Mak with Visual C . After multiple showings as a fully-independent product, Mak partnered with Sony Computer Entertainment America for its eventual release on the PlayStation Network. The game would later appear on Steam as a PC download.
Everyday Shooter is a top-down shooter in the same vein as Robotron: 2084 or Geometry Wars. The player controls a small dot and can shoot in 8 directions. Hitting enemies plays music that fits into the background music that already plays in each stage. Additionally, each level has a unique graphical style and an entirely different chain reaction system. Figuring out what that system is for each level is a key to attaining high scores.
PC System Requirements
- OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
- Processor: 1.7 Ghz
- Memory: 256 MB
- Graphics: OpenGL compatible graphics card.
- Hard Drive: 36MB