PC & Consoles
Available on Steam
English, Français, Español, Italiano, Polski, Русский, Română, Íslenska, 中文, 日本語, Tiếng Việt
Bootleg Systems™ is a first-person shooter and puzzle-platformer for PC and consoles. The game features the revolutionary Clone Gun™, which allows players to clone objects in their surroundings to use them as projectiles to destroy enemies, platforms to overcome obstacles, or even keys to solve puzzles. The game's experience can be described as a balanced and satisfying mix of shooting, platforming, and puzzle solving.
- The revolutionary Clone Gun™ which allows you to clone and shoot items (copy and paste weapon)
- Single-player story-driven campaign
- Cyberpunk universe inspired by Blade Runner and Tron
- Balanced mix of shooting, puzzles, and platforming
- Worldwide leaderboards and player stats
Logo & Icon
- "I just kept cloning and shooting until the gun emptied and then I cloned some more."
- Serena Nelson, Cliqist
- "Overall, the game mechanics are simple, but the kind of simple that I quickly became addicted to."
- Will Morin, indielove
- "For whatever reason, there’s not as many indie developers looking to create FPSes as there are creating puzzle, platformer, or even adventure titles. [Neonable] is looking to change that with Bootleg Systems."
- Marcus Estrada, Hardcore Gamer
Neonable™ allows for the contents of Bootleg Systems™ to be published through video broadcasting services for any commercial or non-commercial purposes. Monetization of videos created containing assets from Bootleg Systems™ is legally & explicitly allowed by Neonable™.
Neonable™ is a Canadian game studio founded by Gabriel De Roy in 2015. Bootleg Systems is Neonable's first game, and will define the kind of games the studio will create in the future.
More information on Neonable™, our logo & relevant media are available here.
Gabriel De Roy
Producer, Game Designer, Creative Director, Lead Programmer
Music & Voice Overs
Audio Lead & Mastering
Helgi Tómas Gíslason
Steam Store Page
Steam Greenlight Page
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