The development team behind Guns Of Icarus have announced that they are working on a new game that will be coming to PC, Mobile, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch. The game is titled Hamsterdam: Paws Of Justice and features a Kung-Fu practicing Hamster named Pimm. Hamsterdam is an arcade brawler inspired by 80’s kung fu movies and blends colourful visuals with satirical humour.
You can find out more about the game and its kickstarter campaign in the Press Release below.
Brawling hamster-fu beat-em up Hamsterdam revealed for Nintendo Switch, Mobile, PC and PS Vita
New game from Guns of Icarus team heading to Kickstarter today
New York, August 15 2018 – New York based developers Muse Games (Guns of Icarus, CreaVures) today officially unveiled Hamsterdam, a brawling hamster-fu beat ‘em up made for Nintendo Switch, mobile devices, PC and PS Vita, with a Kickstarter campaign launching today.
The once peaceful town of Hamsterdam is in danger! The vile chinchilla Marlo and his Rodent Gang are wreaking havoc and terrorizing the town. Enter our hamster hero, Pimm, who must harness his mightiest martial arts powers and kick tail through district after district, on a heart-pounding journey to take down the Rodent Gang, save his grandfather, and restore peace to Hamsterdam.
Hamsterdam is a game where rhythm and precision meets some good old fashioned button mashing. With classic arcade brawling mechanics, and swing, tap and swipe martial arts combos, the power of Hamster-fu is in your paws!
“To craft the vision of Hamsterdam, the team at Muse Games are continually inspired by 80’s kung-fu movies, the ground-breaking perspectives of The Wire, the satirical depiction of Amsterdam in the famed Pulp Fiction scene, and the beautiful visuals and humour of Ratatouille.” said Derek Chow from Muse Games “As you can probably guess we’re having a lot of fun with Hamsterdam, and are looking forward to getting it out into the world for players to enjoy too!”
Source: Muse Games PR
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This post was written by Mike Scorpio