Developer Legal Radiation, the same studio responsible to the fantastically clever casual game Line Defense a couple of years back, has now announced that it is having another project on the horizon, which looks quite promising. Titled Kazarma, this upcoming title is kind of a combination between a third-person auto-runner and a scrolling shoot ’em up. And, similar to Line Defense, it features a simple yet colorful and colorful art style. Check out a trailer for the game below:

The core concept of Kazarma is pretty straightforward: There’s this spaceship that automatically propels forward alongside a bridge and also shoots at incoming enemies on its own. Your task is to maneuver its left or right movements through a touch-and-drag control scheme.

Control your spaceship as it propels down a bridge shooting enemies

There are a total of 50 procedurally-generated levels for you to fight your way through. Naturally, the difficulty will constantly ramp up with each level. As you progress, you’ll start encountering more obstacles, more challenging enemies, and your ship also moves faster, meaning you’ll have less time to react to everything. Luckily, there are several power-ups that you can collect to make your life a bit easier, and along the way you can unlock new ships and a new gameplay mode along the way.

Kazarma Gameplay
There are 50 levels of increasing difficulty for you to overcome

An interesting fact is that the game’s environment is created based on the Kazarma Bridge, an actual bridge located in Greece whose history can be traced back all the way to the 13th century BC. While this real-life Kazarma Bridge is not as long as the bridge we see in the game, it is still in use even to this day, which is quite remarkable. The idea of using it as an inspiration sounds really cool, and Kazarma the game looks like the type of frantic and fun action that we can enjoy on the go. It is estimated to hit the mobile platform at the end of this month, so stay tuned for more update!