Atomega screenshot of a giant stomping the ground

Reflections, an experimental Ubisoft studio most famous for Grow Home and Grow Up, has now released a rather intriguing retro arena-shooter onto Steam. Instead of simply blowing a hole through your enemies and calling it a day, in Atomega you will need to constantly collect matter and energy which lets you transform into larger and more powerful forms, culminating with the nearly godlike Omega.

The concept is a little bit strange, so allow me to share with you the recently posted trailer. Its fairly brief, but it should give you a pretty damn good idea of just what Atomega is all about. Have a look:

While the reviews are mostly positive, it is important to note that Atomega is an indie multiplayer-only game, so there is no guarantee it will have a stable playerbase in the future. The price is fairly low at €10 so its not that big of a risk, but its definitely something you should consider before opening your wallet.

If you would like to learn more about Atomega, or just grab yourself a copy, you should head over to either Steam or the official website. And finally, here's a couple of extremely stylish images to help set the mood:

Atomega screenshot of a boxy dinosaur getting hit by lasers

Atomega screenshot of the absolutely gigantic Omega robot

Atomega screenshot of a large battleground full of players