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* AfterTheEnd
* [[UsefulNotes/{{Airships}} Airships]]: The game [[SteamPunk unsurprisingly does not provide a realistic portrayal of airships]]; regardless, they form the backbone of the game.
* [[spoiler:BolivianArmyEnding]]
* ConstructedWorld
* CoolAirship: The ''Icarus''.

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* [[UsefulNotes/{{Airships}} Airships]]: The game [[SteamPunk unsurprisingly does not provide a realistic portrayal of airships]]; regardless, they form the backbone of the game.
* [[spoiler:BolivianArmyEnding]]
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* [[spoiler:DoNotGoGentle: "Into the Breach" is Gabriel's defiant last stand; he flies deep into the pirate-infested skies and takes out as many as he can before finally being shot down. In the sequel, we find out that his final sacrifice was an inspiration to future generations.]]
* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:Gabriel dies.]]
* [[spoiler:DyingMomentOfAwesome: "Into the Breach".]]

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* [[spoiler:DoNotGoGentle: "Into DoNotGoGentle: [[spoiler:"Into the Breach" is Gabriel's defiant last stand; he flies deep into the pirate-infested skies and takes out as many as he can before finally being shot down. In the sequel, we find out that his final sacrifice was an inspiration to future generations.]]
* %%* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:Gabriel dies.]]
* [[spoiler:DyingMomentOfAwesome: %%* DyingMomentOfAwesome: "Into the Breach".]]



* EveryBulletIsATracer

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* GatlingGood: The first gun available. Comes with [[MoreDakka lots of dakka]].
* [[spoiler:TheHeroDies: The final mission is unwinnable. You keep going until you're dead.]]

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* %%* GatlingGood: The first gun available. Comes with [[MoreDakka lots of dakka]].
* [[spoiler:TheHeroDies: The TheHeroDies: [[spoiler:The final mission is unwinnable. You keep going until you're dead.]]



* HomingProjectile: Homing rockets.
* LeadTheTarget: This is required if you're using the cannon.
* LightningGun: The Tesla cannon.
* MoreDakka: The gatling gun's main purpose.
* PointAndClickMap
* SkyPirates
* SteamPunk

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* %%* HomingProjectile: Homing rockets.
* %%* LeadTheTarget: This is required if you're using the cannon.
* %%* LightningGun: The Tesla cannon.
* %%* MoreDakka: The gatling gun's main purpose.
* %%* PointAndClickMap
* %%* SkyPirates
* %%* SteamPunk



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* ZeppelinsFromAnotherWorld

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You are Gabriel, a traveling merchant, captain of the zeppelin ''Icarus''. Your task is to deliver your cargo safely to its destination without being blown out of the air by the SkyPirates that will chase you every step of the way. There's an element of time management involved--you've got to strike a balance between repairing [[SubsystemDamage damaged parts of your ship]] and manning the guns to shoot down the bad guys.

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You are Gabriel, a traveling travelling merchant, captain of the zeppelin ''Icarus''. Your task is to deliver your cargo safely to its destination without being blown out of the air by the SkyPirates that will chase you every step of the way. There's an element of time management involved--you've got to strike a balance between repairing [[SubsystemDamage damaged parts of your ship]] and manning the guns to shoot down the bad guys.


An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', was released in 2012. An expansion to the MMO game -- which includes co-operative play against AI opponents and a persistent strategic map for factions of players to fight over -- was successfully funded through Website/{{Kickstarter}} in the spring of 2013, and released in 2017.

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An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] A PvP sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', was released in 2012. An expansion to the MMO PvP game -- which includes co-operative play against AI opponents and a persistent strategic map for factions of players to fight over -- was successfully funded through Website/{{Kickstarter}} in the spring of 2013, and released in 2017.


''Guns of Icarus'' is an {{Indie|Game}} turret-based [[CooperativeMultiplayer co-op]] [[ShootEmUp shooter]] game set in a [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] SteamPunk world, developed by Muse Games. You are Gabriel, a traveling merchant, captain of the zeppelin ''Icarus''. Your task is to deliver your cargo safely to its destination without being blown out of the air by the SkyPirates that will chase you every step of the way. There's an element of time management involved--you've got to strike a balance between repairing [[SubsystemDamage damaged parts of your ship]] and manning the guns to shoot down the bad guys.

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''Guns of Icarus'' is an {{Indie|Game}} turret-based [[CooperativeMultiplayer co-op]] [[ShootEmUp shooter]] game set in a [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] SteamPunk world, developed by Muse Games. Games and released on [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] in 2009.

You are Gabriel, a traveling merchant, captain of the zeppelin ''Icarus''. Your task is to deliver your cargo safely to its destination without being blown out of the air by the SkyPirates that will chase you every step of the way. There's an element of time management involved--you've got to strike a balance between repairing [[SubsystemDamage damaged parts of your ship]] and manning the guns to shoot down the bad guys.



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* ZeppelinsFromAnotherWorld

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An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', was released in 2012. An expansion to the MMO game -- which will include co-operative play against AI opponents and may eventually include a persistent world for players to interact with -- has been successfully funded through Website/{{Kickstarter}} in the spring of 2013, and is currently in development.

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An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', was released in 2012. An expansion to the MMO game -- which will include includes co-operative play against AI opponents and may eventually include a persistent world strategic map for factions of players to interact with fight over -- has been was successfully funded through Website/{{Kickstarter}} in the spring of 2013, and is currently released in development.
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An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', was released in 2012. An expansion to the MMO game -- which will include co-operative play against AI opponents and may eventually include a persistent world for players to interact with -- has been successfully funded through {{Kickstarter}} in the spring of 2013, and is currently in development.

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An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', was released in 2012. An expansion to the MMO game -- which will include co-operative play against AI opponents and may eventually include a persistent world for players to interact with -- has been successfully funded through {{Kickstarter}} Website/{{Kickstarter}} in the spring of 2013, and is currently in development.


''Guns of Icarus'' is an {{Indie|Game}} turret-based [[CooperativeMultiplayer co-op]] [[ShootEmUp shooter]] game set in a [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] SteamPunk world, developed by Creator/MuseGames. You are Gabriel, a traveling merchant, captain of the zeppelin ''Icarus''. Your task is to deliver your cargo safely to its destination without being blown out of the air by the SkyPirates that will chase you every step of the way. There's an element of time management involved--you've got to strike a balance between repairing [[SubsystemDamage damaged parts of your ship]] and manning the guns to shoot down the bad guys.

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''Guns of Icarus'' is an {{Indie|Game}} turret-based [[CooperativeMultiplayer co-op]] [[ShootEmUp shooter]] game set in a [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] SteamPunk world, developed by Creator/MuseGames.Muse Games. You are Gabriel, a traveling merchant, captain of the zeppelin ''Icarus''. Your task is to deliver your cargo safely to its destination without being blown out of the air by the SkyPirates that will chase you every step of the way. There's an element of time management involved--you've got to strike a balance between repairing [[SubsystemDamage damaged parts of your ship]] and manning the guns to shoot down the bad guys.

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* AfterTheEnd



* ZeppelinsFromAnotherWorld

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* ZeppelinsFromAnotherWorld

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*[[UsefulNotes/{{Airships}} Airships]]: The game [[SteamPunk unsurprisingly does not provide a realistic portrayal of airships]]; regardless, they form the backbone of the game.

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* ThoseMagnificentFlyingMachines


An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', is currently in development.

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An [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnline MMO]] sequel, ''VideoGame/GunsOfIcarusOnline'', was released in 2012. An expansion to the MMO game -- which will include co-operative play against AI opponents and may eventually include a persistent world for players to interact with -- has been successfully funded through {{Kickstarter}} in the spring of 2013, and is currently in development.

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* PointAndClickMap


* GameLevel: The "Lattice" variant. When selecting the next mission, you pick from multiple paths to make your way across the WorldMap.

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* GameLevel: The "Lattice" variant. When selecting the next mission, you pick from multiple paths to make your way across the WorldMap.world map.


* StockCostumeTraits: Standard pilot outfit with goggles and scarf.

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* StockCostumeTraits: Standard pilot outfit with goggles goggles, scarf, and scarf.jacket.

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