Swedish indie game developer, Bertil Hörberg – best known for his action platform series Gunman Clive and in more recent times Mechstermination Force – has officially announced his new “classic” style beat ’em up game launching on Nintendo Switch on 17th September.
Introducing Super Punch Patrol. Hörberg says it’s a “small game, developed mostly as a solo project during quarantine”. It’ll set players back $4.99 USD (or your regional equivalent) and the file size is around 130 MB. The visuals, as you can see, draw inspiration from Gunman Clive, and the music has been composed by Vile Hartman.
As shown in the trailer, there’ll be multiple characters to play as, two-player local co-op and even unlokcable costumes. Here’s the back story:
When crime and violence dominate the streets, Police Chief Anders Punch decides to take desperate measures. Defeat the Evil Crime Syndicate using just your fists!
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