This $8 vaporwave FPS has you doing battle with CRT goblins and lightning whales across a dream universe

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Dreamwild (opens in new tab) is something special: a solo-developed, retro-styled shooter that has a singular aesthetic. Half the game looks like Ray Harryhausen stop motion gone vaporwave, while the other half is a brisk, Quake-style shooter in surreal neon dreamscapes, its vibe cinched by a fantastic soundtrack.

In terms of structure, Dreamwild is a fairly lightweight roguelike—a lot of the juice lies in figuring out its rules and the specific combination of items and secrets to unlock…

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