God’s Trigger Free on Epic Games Store

God's Trigger
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This week’s free offering from the Epic Games Store resembles something out of a John Woo movie. Looking for a mature-rated game with lots of violence that’s presented in a nostalgic top-down, old-school arcade style? If so, you might want to mosey on over and grab a copy of God’s Trigger. One thing is certain: if this was an ’80s action TV show, it would’ve been banned.

When an Angel and a Demon team up to kill their way into Heaven and stop the Apocalypse bullets are sure to fly and blood will be spilled. Play solo or in co-op, make split-second decisions, dodge bullets, and use weapons and special abilities to dispatch violence in the most brutal way possible.

Kill enemies in the most graphic way possible

Make split-second decisions, dodge bullets, and inflict violence in a highly stylized, fast-paced bloodbath. Each character brings their own unique powers. With a treasure trove of weapons and customizable special abilities you have the means to annihilate your enemies in just the way you like

Two heroes working together will slay enemies twice as fast!

Switch freely between Harry and Judy, the Angel and the Demon, at any moment in solo mode, or grab a friend and work together in co-op for even greater bloodshed!

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Shotguns, pitchforks & you. Burst through a room in seconds killing with anything that isn’t nailed down-swords, shotguns, flamethrowers, revolvers, acid guns, ancient grimoires, and even holy hand grenades. All are yours to dispense justice with.

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After escaping from Hell, Judy has been trapped on Earth and thoroughly enjoying every minute of it. Unfortunately, the starting Apocalypse threatens to ruin it all. Fighting with her bladed chain and making deadly use of her demonic powers, she’s the perfect yang for Harry’s yin.


A disgraced soldier of Heaven, Harry loses his wings and finds himself on Earth fighting for the fate of the World. Wearing his distaste for humanity on his sleeve, he’ll carve a path of destruction with his sword to save everyone… even if he has to kill them first.

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Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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