VENUS LOOKS FOR JUPITER: A short first-person parkour game about searching for love high and low.
Venus Looks For Jupiter is a short indie adventure, platform and first-person shooter game that was produced by DancingEngie and published on May 5th of this year on the itch.io platform. The game was mainly inspired by a song (Noga Mechapeset Tzedek) by the Israeli rock band "Elisha Banai & The Forty Thieves" and has a basic premise: you explore different locations, shooting everything that comes your way and using your skills in parkour, all this to find the love of your life.
The game itself is very beautiful visually: with a style based on cel-shading, Venus Looks For Jupiter borrows a style inspired by the famous game Killer7, created by Suda51. But the biggest focus here is on its gameplay: taking inspiration from games like Mirror's Edge and Titanfall 2, the game features fast-paced frenetic action where you roam through various areas within a city, using all your parkour skills, in addition to of using a weapon to create faster paths to follow.
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