Studio Pixel released a brand new trailer this week for Kero Blaster as it joins the Nindies library for the Nintendo Switch. Publisher Playism will be releasing the game on August 23rd for a mere $10 in the eShop. You can check out the trailer and the game description below.
You play a bipedal frog employed by the mysterious start-up company “Cat & Frog Inc.”. Fend off enemies seeking to stop you and overcome the challenging landscape as you head toward your destination. When you start the game, you’ll likely be surprised by your skimpy amount of life and your crappy weapon. And when the frog runs out of life, he “enters the hospital” and has to restart from the beginning of the stage.
But you can keep collecting and saving up money to go “shopping” to increase your life and carefully select powered-up weapons to take down enemies you couldn’t defeat before. The further you get, the stronger you can feel yourself becoming – and it feels good. The characters appearing in between stages are the game’s other charm point.
You’ll meet your coworker, who is a cat (for some reason), your president (also a cat), and an office lady of indeterminate species. They work like us, slog through overtime like us, complain, get chewed out, and even comfort each other, just like us. Experience the unique and intricately detailed world of Kero Blaster!
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