Super Mutant Alien Assault Out On PC, PS4, and XBox One

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

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If you’re a fan of randomly generated chaos you might have a new game to add to your no doubt expansive library of rogue-likes. Super Mutant Alien Assault launches today forĀ Steam, PS4, and Xbox One.

In Super Mutant Alien Assault you get to shoot up randomly generated aliens with randomly generated guns, in randomly generated rooms. You get the drill. But what makes it stand out form say Enter the Gungeon, released earlier this year, or Binding of Isaac is it’s side-scrolling presentation.

You can checkout the trailer below along with the press release:


DANCE WITH DEATH —
SUPER MUTANT ALIEN ASSAULT OFFICIALLY RELEASES TODAY ON PS4, XBOX ONE AND PC
Developer Cybernate and publisher Surprise Attack Games officially announce the release of random arcade platform shooter Super Mutant Alien Assault, available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Taking inspiration from unforgiving arcade classics and Vlambeer’s Super Crate Box, Super Mutant Alien Assault is a dance with death across randomised single-screen levels where dodging is as just important as shooting if you hope to survive. Played solo the game is frantic, but with local co-op, a second robot enters the fray, taking the action to a level of mayhem.
Featuring a wide range of unlockable weapons, explosives, sidearms, special abilities, perks and defence moves, each single-screen level is a randomised combination of layout, vending machines, enemies and objectives, requiring ever-increasing levels of mastery. The more you unlock, the more the game changes!

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