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Follow the unyielding, rifle-wielding Sumire in this episode of 'Magical Rifle Girl Sumire'! Our heroine is tasked with entering a theatrical, distorted realm where an evil fairy has summoned hundreds of faceless, pirouetting dolls! Armed with her elemental rifle Chekhov, she storms the warped tower and unleashes her powerful magicks upon the ceaseless hordes of fae-willed puppets!

Magical Rifle Girl Sumire is a singleplayer first-person shooter with a focus on high mobility created in 30 days for Reload Magazine Game Jam #2. 


  • WASD: Move
  • Spacebar: Jump
  • LMB: Fire
  • RMB: Open Ability Wheel
  • E: Use ability
  • F: Interact
  • Q: Coup de Grâce!
  • 1-4: Choose Element


  • Adagio: Slows time for a few seconds
  • Allegro: Double fire rate for a few seconds
  • Chaînés: Temporary invulnerability
  • Renversé: Loads an explosive round into rifle
  • Coup de Grâce!: Wipe out a whole horde of enemies


  • 1 - Earth: Useful against all enemies
  • 2 - Ice: Super effective against yellow Wind Dancers
  • 3 - Fire: Super effective against blue Ice Dancers
  • 4 - Wind: Super effective against red Fire Dancers


  • Emily Garczynski: Character Art & Modeling
  • Brandon Hanabarger: Level and Weapon Design
  • Brian Maresso: Programming and VFX
  • Sydney Michael: Voice Acting
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Linux
Rated 3.7 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorsMoonMuse Jams, SnailOnAShip, emilyikima
Made withUnity
Tagsboomer-shooter, First-Person, magical-girl, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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Magical Rifle Girl Sumire - WINDOWS x64.zip 121 MB
Magical Rifle Girl Sumire - LINUX x64.zip 124 MB
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The worldview was like that of Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and Sumire fighting with a musket gun was cool and very good!

The high-speed style of combat, where the player shoots and kills, is interesting, and the ABILITIES Renversé and Coup de Grâce are especially exhilarating and fun!

The motion of the enemies was also very elaborate, with unnoticed enemies dancing ballet, and the jumps made by enemies when moving on high ground were also well done.

Furthermore, when I fled far away from a large number of enemies, I was thrilled to see them chasing after me while posing for me. (Since most of the usual works have enemies stuck or falling into the abyss because they can't move to other footholds.)

Thanks for an interesting piece!