Teesside games company hoping for success after scooping award

Teesside games company hoping for success after scooping award
 

A Teesside games company is hoping for success after released their first ever product.
Robo Pixel Games is based at Teesside University’s Tees Launchpad and their game ‘Gunnihilation’ is now available on early access on the on online marketplace, Steam.
The full version of the action adventure game is set to be out in January or February next year and may even be released on console later on in 2017.
The game is pixelated and you have to use a laser gun to defeat waves of monsters as you go up levels. Up to four players are allowed to play.
29 year-old James Batten is an artist at Robo... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 43
Source: Gazette Live
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