Neo Neo drops you in an ever-flooding temple where you need to keep blasting your way to the top. Don’t like the weapon you’re using, though? You can use a quick, short warp to land on top of your enemy, crushing them and taking their gun for your own. Just try not to get caught up in the endless hazards of lethal flow below you as you do it.
Neo Neo aims to keep you moving, sticking you inside a temple that continuously fills up with a dangerous fluid while having colossal traps and hostile creatures constantly dogging you. The enemies offer souls you need to consume for this place, so taking them out by warping into them and stealing their gun to use for your own will go a long ways in getting that soul count (and score) up.
Also, while the enemies are returning fire, time slows when bullets are about to hit you, giving you a few precious moments to skirt to one side and prep that warp again. If that’s still not enough power for you, you can equip perks that change how you play, although many of these come with less than desirable side traits that may make them more trouble than they’re worth (or an added challenge for those who want more from the game’s generated temples).
With a pulsing visual style and vibrant colors, Neo Neo aims to drag players in with its quick weapon swaps, endless imminent dangers, and high speed shooting.
Neo Neo is available for $1.99 on Steam. For more information on the game and developer Sir Mr Red, you can follow them on YouTube and Twitter.