4-player competitive bullethell shooter in the vein of classics like Tanks from wii play and Combat for the Atari 2600. Play as video game "heroes" such as hackers, greifers or even a cyberbully each with unique ability's and weapons.


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You and your friends are seen as mankind's last hope for redemption, you must fight, until only one remains...

19 characters!

which play style fits you best?

6 different locales each with their own perks, and  differences!

your inner creativity, and utilize the 33 items to your advantage! 

find out what happens when you mix a grenade with a black hole!

The unique 32 bit graphics, handcrafted, with lighting technology.

Warning this game provides intense moments, that may ruin friendships!!

Our cartoon art style isnt just for looks it draws in inspiration for the ability's and items, use a lag switch to confuse your enemy, or load a save state if you don't like the outcome. Our game play and creative items create a truly unique multiplayer experience.


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He try's so hard to be good at every game he plays he bought himself a slick revolver that shoots at a ridiculously high velocity!

She dresses up as anyone that happens to be getting a lot of attention at the time, she wields a bow and arrow!

There's always one in every server!!!!

He wields a weapon with suspiciously perfect accuracy!

The camper sets up a campsite around him when he stops moving giving him some much needed cover!

The AI can change his difficulty for a short time granting him boosted stats!

There are 14 more characters each with there own special skill sets and weapons, you will need to master them all!

He may start with a humble beginning but each kill the Streamer gets gains him a subscriber which grants him a random skill boost! 


Video Game | Twin Stick Heroes

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